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Top Greg Van Roten News

  • Bills' Greg Van Roten: Signs with Buffalo

    Van Roten signed a one-year contract with the Bills on Monday.

    Van Roten will get an opportunity in Buffalo after he was waived by the Jets back in May. He'll compete for a starting spot at right guard with Ryan Bates, Ike Boettger and Cody Ford.

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  • Greg Van Roten: Released by New York

    The Jets released Van Roten on Friday.

    Van Roten was let go to make room for Nate Herbig, who the Jets claimed off waivers from the Eagles. Van Roten started 23 games for the Jets over the past two season, but he was benched midway through last season in favor of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. The move frees up $3.5 million for the Jets, per Connor Hughes of The Athletic.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Returns from IR

    Van Roten (toe) was activated from injured reserve Saturday.

    The 30-year-old will rejoin the active roster after spending the three-game minimum on IR with the toe injury. Van Roten should reclaim his starting role at right guard in the season finale.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Opens practice window

    Van Roten (toe) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday.

    Van Roten may return to action for the season finale against New England. He'll likely return to the starting right guard role if he's, indeed, able to play.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Out at least three weeks

    Van Roten (toe) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.

    Van Roten will miss the next three games, but he may return for the Week 17 matchup against the Patriots. Cameron Clark is expected to start at right guard moving forward.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Out for Week 14

    Van Roten (toe) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.

    Van Roten will be forced to miss at least one game due to his toe injury, and coach Adam Gase has already expressed doubt that the starting guard will return this season. Cameron Clark and Conor McDermott will be candidates to replace Van Roten.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Season could be done

    Coach Adam Gase said that Van Roten (toe) could be out for the remainder of the 2020 season, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.

    The 30-year-old guard was forced to exit Sunday's loss to the Raiders after 12 offensive snaps, having proven incredibly durable to that point without a single offensive play missed over his first 11 appearances of 2020. Van Roten remains under contract with the Jets through 2022, causing a $3.5 million hit to the cap over each of the next two seasons.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Exits contest Sunday

    Van Roten (foot) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Raiders, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.

    The injury occurred in the first quarter of Sunday's game, and the specifics of the injury remain unclear. With Van Roten sidelined, Josh Andrews came into the contest to replace him at right guard.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Ready to rock

    Van Roten (oblique) wasn't on the team's injury report for Wednesday's practice.

    Van Roten suffered the injury during training camp last month but appears to be back to game shape. Now healthy, Van Roten is expected to serve as the team's starting right guard for 2020.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Leaves practice Wednesday

    Van Roten was pulled from Wednesday's scrimmage due to an oblique injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

    Van Roten looks set to serve as the Jets' starting right guard, so the team could take a cautious approach to his recovery. He'll have multiple weeks to get fully healthy ahead of Sept. 13's season opener against Buffalo.

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  • Jets' Greg Van Roten: Competing for starting gig

    Van Roten (toe) will compete with Brian Winters (shoulder) for the No. 1 right guard job in training camp, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.

    Van Roten started 11 games for Carolina in 2019 before suffering a toe injury that required him to sit out the final five contests, but after undergoing December surgery he's set to enter training camp at full health. The 30-year-old veteran should be considered the early favorite to win the starting job after the Jets opted to sign him to a three-year, $10.5 million deal in March, but Winters will be given at least some opportunities to compete.

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HT/WT: 6-3, 305 lbs
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY
Age: 32
School: Penn
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