Keelan Cole

#88 WR / N.Y. Jets / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 194 lb Age: 28 College: Kentucky Wesleyan Bye 6

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Two catches in London

    Keelan Cole caught two of three targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Falcons.Cole actually came just seven receiving yards short of Corey Davis' team-leading total, as the New York Jets struggled to move the ball through the air. He was on the field for 31 of New York's 56 offensive snaps, trailing Davis and slot receiver Jamison Crowder but notably finishing ahead of rookie Elijah Moore (23). New York's Week 6 bye will present further opportunities to integrate Moore into the offense, and it wouldn't be surprising to see Moore's playing time climb at Cole's expense once the team returns to action.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Piles up 92 yards

    Keelan Cole caught three of four targets for 92 yards in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win over the Titans.Cole was more involved with fellow wide receiver Elijah Moore (concussion) sitting this one out. The veteran wideout tied tight end Ryan Griffin for third on the team in targets with four, but Cole made the most of his opportunities. He caught a perfectly placed 54-yard pass from quarterback Zach Wilson in the third quarter before adding catches of nine and 29 yards in overtime.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Two catches in shutout loss

    Keelan Cole caught both of his targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 26-0 loss to Denver.Cole registered his first two receptions as a member of the New York Jets. The veteran wide receiver produced New York's longest offensive play (23 yards) and finished just 11 receiving yards shy of Corey Davis' team-leading total, as rookie quarterback Zach Wilson threw for just 160 yards in the shutout loss. Playing time shouldn't be an issue for Cole since Elijah Moore exited this one with a concussion and Denzel Mims has been a healthy scratch two weeks in a row, but Cole's value remains limited given New York's offensive struggles.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Not targeted against Patriots

    Keelan Cole (knee) wasn't targeted in Sunday's 25-6 loss to New England.Cole suited up after missing the season opener, but his lack of involvement suggests he's still feeling the effects of his knee injury. If Cole's able to increase his practice participation in the upcoming week, he'll likely be more involved in the game plan against the Broncos in Week 3.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Suiting up Week 2

    Keelan Cole (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Patriots.A limited participant in practice throughout the week while he continued to manage the knee injury that sidelined him for the season-opening loss to the Panthers, Cole ultimately received the green light to make his New York Jets debut after checking out fine following a pregame evaluation. The extent of Cole's role in the Week 2 game plan is difficult to forecast, however, even with Jamison Crowder (groin) sitting out a second straight contest. While Corey Davis is locked in as the Jets' No. 1 outside receiver, Cole may have to fend off Braxton Berrios for work out of the slot sans Crowder. Cole also has the ability to play outside, so he could challenge rookie Elijah Moore for reps if the Jets prefer to deploy Berrios as their top slot option.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Game-time call against Pats

    Keelan Cole (knee) logged a third consecutive limited practice Friday and is questionable for Sunday's game against New England, Rich Cimini of reports.Cole has been limited all week after missing the season opener due to this knee injury. He's expected to start on the outside if cleared to play against the Patriots after rookie second-round pick Elijah Moore flopped in his NFL debut while helping fill in for Cole and Jamison Crowder (groin) in Week 1 against the Panthers. Cimini relays that coach Robert Saleh sounded optimistic about the status of both Cole and Crowder, despite suggesting that the two profile as game-time decisions.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Still limited

    Keelan Cole (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday, Rich Cimini of reports.Meanwhile, fellow WR Jamison Crowder came off the reserve/COVID-19 list but was limited Thursday due to a groin injury. Friday's practice therefore will determine if the duo, who missed Week 1 action, will approach Sunday's game against the Patriots with any sort of injury designation. If both players are available this weekend, Elijah Moore and Braxton Berrios likely would see reduced roles Week 2.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Limited at practice

    Keelan Cole (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.Cole was added to the injury report last Thursday and ended up being a game-time decision before being on the inactive list ahead of Sunday's 19-14 loss to the Panthers. He now looks questionable for Week 2 against the Patriots, while slot man Jamison Crowder is expected to come off the reserve/COVID-19 list at some point this week. Cole likely will be the third or fourth option at wideout if and when everyone is healthy, depending on the progress of young receivers Elijah Moore and Denzel Mims.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Expected to practice

    Keelan Cole (knee) is on track to return to practice this week, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.The New York Jets are also expected to get Jamison Crowder (illness) back in action, after he and Cole were both sidelined for the team's Week 1 loss to the Panthers. Wednesday's practice report will provide added context with regard to where Cole is at in his recovery from a knee issue that kept him out for the opener.

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    Jets' Keelan Cole: Sitting out Week 1

    Keelan Cole (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Randy Lange of the New York Jets' official site reports.Considered a true game-time call heading into Sunday, Cole was ultimately ruled out after the Jets evaluated him during a pregame workout. With Cole's Jets debut delayed by the knee injury and Jamison Crowder (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Elijah Moore, Braxton Berrios and Denzel Mims should all be in line for enhanced snap and target counts behind No. 1 receiver Corey Davis.

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