Following surgery last month on a torn pectoral muscle, New York Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas is considering retirement according to reports. Thomas, 33, says he wouldn't pass a physical if he signed with a team for the veteran minimum. The former first-round pick has missed 16 games in the last two seasons with Achilles and hamstring injuries.
On Oct. 31, Jets outside linebacker Bryan Thomas was arrested on an aggravated assault charge against his wife as well as multiple drug charges, and according to the Daily Record, he's reportedly applied for admission into a probation program that would allow him to resolve those charges.
As expected, New York Jets WR Stephen Hill and TE Dustin Keller are inactive for Monday's game at Tennessee. LB Bryan Thomas is also inactive. Thomas will be replaced in the starting lineup by LB Garrett McIntyre. Hill will be replaced in the starting lineup by WR Chaz Schilens.