Coach Todd Bowles revealed that Enunwa (concussion) will not play in Saturday's preseason tilt with the Giants, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Enunwa has been desperately trying to work his way back onto the practice field, but with the league's stiff regulation of concussions, the 24-year-old will have to sit out Saturday's much anticipated dress rehearsal. For the most part, the Jets don't appear to be too worried about his absence thanks to the existences of both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. But at the same time, the Jets are counting on Enunwa to step up as the team's clear cut third receiver. The expectation is that Enunwa will be ready to go for the regular season opener, but Kenbrell Thompkins and Kyle Williams will likely fill his void in the meantime.
Forte (hamstring) said he will play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants, The Record reports.
Forte was held out of the Jets' first two preseason contests, but he'll make his likely sole appearance before the regular season after returning to normal practice this week. Forte is expected to handle a bulk of the carries this season, so getting him some game reps before Week 1 was important.
Robinson (lower leg) won't take the field for Thursday's preseason opener against the Jaguars.
Just three days removed since his activation from the PUP list, Robinson will be held out as he builds up his workload in advance of the regular season. While it's unclear if he'll log any exhibition snaps over the next month, he'll serve as one of Matt Forte's (hamstring) primary backups with Bilal Powell.
Revis (wrist) took part in team drills at Saturday's practice, Seth Walder of New York Daily News reports.
Revis has slowly built up his rep count as he recovers from offseason wrist surgery, but participation in the team portion of practice was the last hurdle in the rehab process. With the development behind him, he should resume his status as one of the NFL's top cover cornerbacks.
Richardson (suspension) returned to practice Tuesday after a brief excused absence, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Richardson was excused from practice for personal reasons over the weekend by coach Todd Bowles, but was able to return Tuesday. The Jets will be without Richardson for Week 1 due to a suspension, but they should have their starting defensive end throughout the remainder of training camp.
Though Drake (hamstring) has returned to practice, he won't play Thursday against the Falcons, the Miami Herald reports. "It's a very lingering injury, especially in my case because it's the second one in a couple of months," Drake noted. "My kind of game, I need that burst. So until I feel like I have that burst, I'm not going to feel 100 percent."
With Jay Ajayi and Arian Foster atop the Dolphins' RB depth chart, Drake is off the short-term fantasy radar, and his hamstring issue hasn't helped his chances of making an early-season impact. Meanwhile, fellow RB Isaiah Pead is making a strong case to stick with the team, while Damien Williams and Daniel Thomas also remain in the team's backfield mix.
Moore (concussion) will not play in Thursday's preseason tilt with Atlanta, the team's official site reports.
Moore suffered a concussion back in the Dolphins second preseason matchup against the Cowboys. It doesn't come as much of a surprise that the 32-year-old won't play considering he did not partake in practice throughout the week leading up to Thursday. Miami remains optimistic that Moore will be ready for Week 1, but in the meantime, Brandon Doughty and Zac Dysert will serve as the primary backups to Ryan Tannehill during his absence.
Howard (knee) is expected to be ready to play in the season opener for Miami, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
The Dolphins need any and every healthy cornerback in order to compete this season. Howard won't play Thursday versus Atlanta but the Dolphins are hoping to ramp up his practice routine so that they might be able to get him some reps in the final preseason game next week.
The Dolphins and Gray agreed to a contract Thursday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Landing the second tight-end role out of training camp, Gray earned 26 offensive snaps and 75 more on special teams over the first four games of 2015, during which he hauled in his only target. In the same game, though, he sustained a broken forearm and spent the rest of the season on injured reserve. Upon joining the Dolphins, he'll compete for one of the few TE spots behind Jordan Cameron.
Parker secured two of four targets for eight yards in Thursday's 17-6 preseason victory over the Falcons.
The 2015 No. 1 pick took a back seat to both Kenny Stills and Jarvis Landry, coming in third in catches and targets to both players. Parker has had a relatively quiet summer after dealing with a hamstring issue and then sitting out the Dolphins' first preseason game. He now has four receptions for 24 yards over the last two weeks, but is slated to be a focal point of the offense, particularly downfield, once the regular campaign kicks off.
Jordan (knee) has been notified by the league he is eligible to begin practicing, Adam Schfter of ESPN reports.
While Jordan has been cleared to practice, he is still unable to physically do so. The 26-year-old defensive end is still rehabbing from a knee injury. He has not played since December of 2014, and will face stiff competition for playing time on an already deep D-line.