Thomas (hamstring) said Wednesday in an interview with Sportsradio 104.3 The Fan Denver on Wednesday that he feels good and wants to continue his playing career in 2020. After appearing in 11 games for the Jets in 2019 and totaling 36 catches for 433 yards and one touchdown, Thomas has remained unsigned since the start of free agency in mid-March. The veteran wide receiver sits at 9,763 receiving yards for his career and said that he would like to crack the 10,000-yard mark before he more seriously considers retirement.
Thomas (hamstring/knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills. With Thomas still out, Vyncint Smith will once again work as the Jets' No. 3 wide receiver in the team's season finale.
Thomas (hamstring/knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills after returning to a limited practice Friday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Thomas, who hasn't played since Dec. 8, could potentially be active for Sunday's season finale, but if he does suit up, how much work he'd be in line to see is cloudy, considering that Friday's limited session was the veteran wideout's frst practice participation since Week 14.
Thomas (hamstring/knee) didn't practice Thursday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Thomas has one more chance to practice this week, but he's trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Bills. If that ends up happening, Vyncint Smith would once again work as the Jets' No. 3 wide receiver this weekend.
Thomas (hamstring/knee) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Thomas, who has missed two straight games, has a couple of chances to return to the practice field this week. At this stage though, he looks iffy for Sunday's season finale against the Bills. If Thomas remains out this weekend, Vyncint Smith would continue to see added work as the Jets' No. 3 wide receiver.
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