Trenton Cannon

#40 RB / N.Y. Jets / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 185 lb Age: 24 College: Virginia State Bye 4

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: On roster bubble

    Trenton Cannon will have to battle for a roster spot in camp, Matt Stypulkoski of reports.New York's roster battle at running back will likely come down to the preseason, as the New York Jets currently have five capable bodies in camp and are unlikely to keep them all. Cannon played well in coverage on special teams as a rookie last season and has the potential to turn into a dangerous returner if he can curb his fumbling issues, making him a strong fit for the back end of the roster. He'll need to beat out at least one of Bilal Powell, Ty Montgomery or Elijah McGuire behind starter Le'Veon Bell.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Looks raw as rookie

    Trenton Cannon rushed twice for 16 yards and failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Patriots. He finishes his rookie season with 113 yards and a touchdown on 38 carries, plus another 144 yards on 17 carries.The sixth-round selection will be fighting for a roster spot with the New York Jets next season, though he'll likely have the inside track on the No. 3 running back role. Cannon's greatest asset is his speed, which could turn him into a future threat in the return game as well. He struggled with ball security on special teams in the preseason, so he'd be wise to work on that weakness ahead of his second NFL campaign.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Just three touches in Week 16

    Trenton Cannon rushed twice for four yards and caught one of two targets for five yards in Sunday's 44-38 overtime loss to the Packers.Cannon didn't get much work in a change-of-pace role behind Elijah McGuire. The speedster out of Virginia St. will complete his rookie campaign against the Patriots in Week 17.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Gets 10 touches in backup role

    Trenton Cannon (toe) carried the ball seven times for 13 yards and caught three of four targets for 24 yards in Saturday's 29-22 loss to Houston.Cannon worked as a change-of-pace option behind Elijah McGuire, and that will be the case moving forward with Isaiah Crowell on injured reserve with a toe injury of his own. Neither New York Jets running back was able to get much going against the stout Houston front, but there should be more running room in Week 16 with the Packers coming to town.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Suiting up Saturday

    Trenton Cannon (toe) is active for Saturday's game against the Texans.Cannon's toe issue prevented him from logging full practice participation at any point this week, but the injury ultimately didn't impact his availability for gameday. Though he might be less than 100 percent healthy, Cannon should benefit from an enhanced role nonetheless after the New York Jets placed top back Isaiah Crowell (toe) on injured reserve Friday. Crowell's absence for the final three games elevates Elijah McGuire to the lead role, though Cannon should be locked in as the clear top change-of-pace option. De'Angelo Henderson is the No. 3 back for the Jets and probably won't be in store for much work Saturday after having just been promoted from the practice squad a day earlier.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Listed as questionable

    Trenton Cannon (toe) is listed as questionable on the New York Jets' final Week 15 injury report.Initially, it appeared as though Cannon would approach Saturday's contest against the Texans free of an injury designation, but a limited practice session Thursday has him listed as questionable. If Cannon is able to suit up this weekend, he'd be in line to work behind Elijah McGuire (ankle), with the Jets' top rusher Isaiah Crowell already ruled out.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Good to go this week

    Trenton Cannon (toe) does not carry an injury designation for Saturday's game against the Texans after practicing fully Thursday, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.Meanwhile, Isaiah Crowell (toe) has been ruled out this week, while Elijah McGuire (ankle) is listed as questionable after practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday and Thursday. Given that McGuire was able to practice two days in a row, it seems likely that he'll probably tough things out Saturday, but if he ends up limited at all, or is unavailable, Cannon would be next up for the New York Jets' carries. In any case, Crowell's absence at a minimum provides Cannon with an opportunity to see added touches this weekend, which makes him worthy of a speculative pickup by those scrambling for short-term backfield help.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Logs limited practice

    Trenton Cannon (toe) returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant, Darryl Slater of reports.With each of the New York Jets' three running backs bothered by an injury, Cannon could handle a significant role if he's able to suit up for Saturday's game against the Texans. Isaiah Crowell (foot) missed another practice Wednesday, while Elijah McGuire (ankle) joined Cannon as a limited participant. The Jets will release their final injury report Thursday.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Not practicing Tuesday

    Trenton Cannon (toe) did not practice Tuesday, Darryl Slater of reports.Cannon appears to have sustained a toe injury during Sunday's 27-23 win over the Bills. The rookie sixth-round pick could be in line for a notable workload if he's able to get healthy in the near future, with Isaiah Crowell (toe) nursing what appears to be a significant injury. However, Saturday's approaching matchup against the Texans' stout defensive line does not inspire much confidence in Cannon even if he were to serve as the New York Jets' top running back.

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    Jets' Trenton Cannon: Scores TD in Buffalo

    Trenton Cannon rushed five times for three yards and a touchdown while catching his lone target for four yards in Sunday's 27-23 win over the Bills.Cannon was mostly quiet even though fellow running back Isaiah Crowell was forced to exit due to a foot injury. The rookie running back did manage to find paydirt on a 4-yard carry in the second quarter, but Cannon's lack of usage relative to Elijah McGuire following Crowell's injury doesn't inspire much confidence ahead of New York's Week 15 meeting with the Texans, regardless of Crowell's health.