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Jets' Vinny Curry: Reups with Jets
Curry (illness) re-signed with the Jets on Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Curry signed a one-year deal with the Jets last offseason, but he missed all of 2021 due to developing blood clots after having surgery to remove his spleen. The 33-year-old veteran last played in 2020 with the Eagles, where he recorded 16 tackles and three sacks in 11 contests. He'll work to help the Jets pass rush, which was near the bottom of the league with just 33 sacks last season.... See More ... See Less
Vinny Curry: Waived Friday
Curry (illness) was waived off the reserve/non-football injury list by the Jets on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Curry underwent surgery to remove his spleen in July and developed blood clots after the surgery. He was ruled out for the 2021 season on Aug. 25. Though expected to make a full recovery and return to the field in 2022, the nine-year veteran may be doing so for a team other than the Jets.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Vinny Curry: Done for the season
Curry is ruled out for the 2021 season after having undergone surgery to address a blood disorder, the New York Daily News reports.
Curry developed blood clots after initially undergoing surgery to remove his spleen back in July, and he ultimately required blood thinners as part of his treatment. The ninth-year veteran said he expects to fully recover and retake the field in 2022, which is certainly positive news, but for the 2021 campaign, his absence will be a notable blow for New York's defensive front.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Vinny Curry: Placed on reserve/NFI
The Jets moved Curry to the reserve/non-football injury list Tuesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Coach Robert Saleh said back in July that Curry could be available by Week 2, but his shift to the reserve/NFI list means he will be forced to sit out the first six weeks of the 2021 season. The veteran defensive end appeared in 11 games with the Eagles last season, during which time he racked up 16 tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Vinny Curry: Not expected back until Week 2
Head coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that Curry (undisclosed) has a conservative return date of Week 2, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Curry currently resides on the non-football injury list. He'll likely miss the entirety of the preseason and will need to beat initial recovery projections to make it back in time for the start of the regular season. The source of Curry's injury is an undisclosed offseason procedure.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Vinny Curry: Lands on NFI list
The Jets have placed Curry (undisclosed) on the non-football injury list, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
It is unclear what issue Curry is dealing with at this point in time. He projects to to start at defensive end opposite Carl Lawson in the upcoming season. The 32-year-old spent eight of his nine previous seasons in Philadelphia.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Vinny Curry: Latches on with Jets
Curry agreed to a one-year contract with the Jets on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Curry will provide the Jets with some assistance at defensive end across from Carl Lawson. The 32-year-old veteran has notched five or more sacks only twice across nine career seasons, eight of which he played in Philadelphia. Though he'll likely play a valuable rotational role in New York, he's not a strong candidate to provide value in IDP leagues.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Vinny Curry: Modest numbers in 2020
Curry notched 16 tackles (12 solo), three sacks and one fumble recovery through 11 games in 2020.
Curry started the Eagles' final two games of the regular season, but his snap share was under 50 percent in his other nine contests. The 32-year-old played out the 2020 campaign on a one-year deal with Philadelphia, and he'll likely now need to search for a depth role on the free agent market.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Vinny Curry: Returns to team activites
The Eagles activated Curry from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
Curry was a high-risk close contact to someone who had tested positive. He's cleared the proper protocols and will be available for Monday's game versus the Seahawks. The veteran defensive end hasn't played more than 46 percent of the defensive snaps in a game this year. He's recorded seven tackles and two sacks through five contests.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Vinny Curry: Lands on COVID list
Curry was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday.
Given this update, Curry has either tested positive for COVID-19 or has come in close contact with someone who has. The Eagles reported a positive test within the building Thursday, shifting a total of five players to the reserve/COVID-19 list in response. If the positive test is confirmed and Curry is sidelined for a minimum of five days per NFL protocol, depth behind Brandon Graham at right defensive end would be reduced heading into a Week 11 matchup against the Browns.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Vinny Curry: Activated Saturday
Curry (hamstring) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Curry returned to practice earlier in the week and had a 21-day window to be activated. It looks like he is ready to go, but the depth lineman will presumably be eased back into the swing of things.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Vinny Curry: Cleared for practice
The Eagles designated Curry (hamstring) to return from injured reserve Wednesday.
Curry's 21-day practice window has thus officially opened, though the Eagles likely won't need to evaluate him for that full timeframe before deciding whether to add him to the active roster. The veteran defensive end could retake the field as early as Sunday's contest in Pittsburgh.... See More ... See Less
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