Joyner (triceps) re-signed with the Jets on a one-year deal Thursday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Joyner was expected to serve as a starting safety opposite Marcus Maye in the Jets' secondary in 2021. That plan was derailed after Joyner suffered a season-ending triceps injury in the first game of the season. He'll have another chance to make a significant impact in the team's secondary in 2022, especially given the expectation that Maye departs in free agency.
Joyner (triceps) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Joyner logged 11 snaps in Week 1 before his season ended with a torn triceps. The Jets signed Jarrod Wilson to the active roster to help fill the void at safety, though he'll need to compete with Sheldrick Redwine for the starting strong safety job.
Joyner tore his triceps during the Jets' season opener and will miss the remainder of the season, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. As expected, Joyner will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery to repair his torn triceps. The Jets are extremely thin at safety with only Marcus Maye, Sheldrick Redwine and Adrian Colbert healthy.
Joyner (elbow) has been downgraded to out and will miss the rest of Sunday's game against the Panthers, according to Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York. This is not much of a surprise, as Joyner left the game early in the first half, and there were no signs of him making a potential return. His recovery during the week will determine his availability going forward.
Joyner (elbow) is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Panthers, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. Joyner departed the game, and if he can't return to action, it would cause a big problem for the Jets secondary. Sheldrick Redwine is expected to take on a bigger role if Joyner can't return to the field.
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