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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: One catch in return

    Uzomah (hamstring) caught his only target for five yards in Sunday's 27-12 loss to the Bengals. Uzomah returned from a one-game absence but was the clear No. 2 option at tight end behind Tyler Conklin, who caught all eight of his targets for a team-high 84 yards. As long Conklin's healthy, Uzomah's role figures to remain minimal.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Ready for Sunday

    Uzomah (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. Uzomah was listed as questionable despite putting in a full practice Friday, so it's not a surprise he's been cleared to suit up Sunday. The 29-year-old sat out with the injury Week 2 but is back in action to face his former team this weekend.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Questionable after full practice

    Uzomah (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Uzomah logged a full practice Friday after a pair of limited sessions, putting him in a good position to return against his former team and limit his absence to just one game. Cimini adds that all the Jets listed as questionable for Week 3 are expected to play, further bolstering Uzomah's outlook.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Full participant Friday

    Uzomah (hamstring) fully participated in Friday's practice session, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Uzomah was limited at practice over the last two days due to a hamstring injury, but his full participation Friday is certainly encouraging ahead of Sunday's Week 3 matchup against the Bengals. While coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Uzomah would be a game-time decision this week, it seems likely that the tight end will be available against his former team.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Uzomah (hamstring) was limited at practice Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Uzomah didn't play in Week 2 and was deemed a game-time decision for Week 3 by coach Robert Saleh on Monday. However, the Jets probably won't have a good sense of what direction the tight end is trending until seeing how he progresses throughout practice this week. If Uzomah is eventually ruled out for the contest against his former team, Tyler Conklin, who caught six of nine targets for 40 yards during Sunday's win over the Browns, would serve as the team's top tight end again.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Iffy for Week 3

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh suggested that Uzomah (hamstring) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's contest against the Bengals, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. The Jets probably won't have a good sense of what direction Uzomah is trending in for the game until evaluating him in practices Wednesday through Friday, but Saleh appears to be proceeding with the belief that the tight end will take an injury designation into the weekend. Uzomah had been listed as doubtful prior to the Jets' eventual Week 2 win over the Browns before landing on the inactive list. With Uzomah out of the picture, Tyler Conklin served as the Jets' clear top tight end, playing every snap on offense and finishing with six receptions for 40 yards on nine targets.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Inactive against Cleveland

    Uzomah (hamstring) is inactive Week 2 against the Browns. Uzomah entered the week with a "doubtful" tag after sitting out Friday's practice session entirely, and it was reported earlier Sunday that he wasn't on track to play. That idea was confirmed with the official inactives report, leaving Tyler Conklin to start at tight end, with Jeremy Ruckert and Kenny Yeboah on hand to work in a reserve capacity.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Not on track to play Sunday

    Uzomah (hamstring), who is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's game in Cleveland, isn't in line to play, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Fantasy managers likely weren't counting on Uzomah playing this weekend after he was tagged as "doubtful" following Friday's practice, but Pelissero's report confirms the tight end hasn't progressed enough in the last 48 hours to have a realistic shot at suiting up Sunday. Expect Uzomah to be included on the Jets' inactive list released 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, leaving Tyler Conklin in line to serve as the team's clear top tight end.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Doubtful for Week 2

    Uzomah (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Browns, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Uzomah's condition seems to have deteriorated throughout the week, as he was unable to practice Friday after posting a limited session Thursday and practicing fully Wednesday. In Uzomah's absence, Lawrence Cager and rookie Jeremy Ruckert should see increased opportunities at tight end behind Tyler Conklin.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: To be game-time call

    Coach Robert Saleh said Friday that Uzomah (hamstring) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's contest against the Browns, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Uzomah is coming off a full practice Wednesday and a limited session Thursday, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him be listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. Tyler Conklin operated as the Jets' top tight end during the team's season-opening loss to Baltimore, while Uzomah was not targeted.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Logs limited practice

    Uzomah (hamstring) was limited at practice Thursday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Uzomah practiced fully Wednesday, so it's possible that he was injured during Thursday's session. Friday's injury report will reveal what level of concern there is for the tight end's availability for Sunday's game against the Browns. That said, it appears as though Uzomah -- who logged zero targets on 23 snaps in Week 1 -- currently is behind fellow TE Tyler Conklin (77 snaps, seven targets) in terms of fantasy lineup utility.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Blanked in Jets debut

    Uzomah wasn't targeted in Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Ravens. Tyler Conklin was targeted seven times and scored New York's only touchdown, establishing himself as the team's clear-cut No. 1 tight end. In fact, the only Jets tight end besides Conklin to have a ball thrown his way in this one was Lawrence Cager rather than Uzomah.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: One target in preseason opener

    Uzomah didn't catch his only target in Friday's 24-21 preseason win over Philadelphia. Uzomah made a nice leaping attempt in the back of the end zone but failed to corral a high pass from Mike White, which was a bit off the mark. Fellow new addition at tight end Tyler Conklin had three catches for 23 yards, while rookie third-round pick Jeremy Ruckert scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Removed from PUP

    Uzomah (undisclosed) was removed from the PUP list Tuesday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. This suggests Uzomah has been cleared for the Jets' first training camp practice Wednesday. He and fellow offseason signing Tyler Conklin are in line to compete for the starting job at tight end, with some form of timeshare the most likely outcome after both had similar production last season and signed similar contracts this offseason. The Jets also have rookie third-round pick Jeremy Ruckert, who will open camp on the non-football injury list with a foot injury.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Placed on active/PUP list

    Uzomah (undisclosed) has been placed on the active/PUP list by the Jets, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. The tight end missed time during the team's June minicamp with an undisclosed issue that was described as minor, but for now Uzomah will remain on the PUP list until he's ready to practice. Once he returns to the field, he'll look to cement a key role in a retooled Jets tight end corps that also includes fellow free-agent addition Tyler Conklin and rookie Jeremy Ruckert, who's currently dealing with a foot issue.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Held out of June minicamp

    Uzomah (undisclosed) didn't participate in June minicamp, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. While the injury isn't believed to be serious, it did allow fellow free-agent acquisition Tyler Conklin to take more reps with the first-team offense. Competition for snaps should be fierce this summer, as the Jets suddenly have good depth at both wide receiver and tight end.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Joined by Conklin in NY

    Uzomah will compete for playing time with fellow tight end Tyler Conklin, whom the Jets officially signed to a contract Friday. Uzomah and Conklin both topped the tight end depth charts for their respective teams in 2021, with the former racking up 493 yards and five touchdowns with the Bengals and the latter totaling 593 yards and three touchdowns with the Vikings. There should be plenty of snaps to go around for both of the Jets' new tight ends in 2022, as offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur likes to run a lot of 12 personnel with two tight ends on the field simultaneously. LaFleur's shift away from such formations in the second half of last season can be attributed to New York's lack of healthy talent at tight end, which the team hopes to have addressed with the signings of Uzomah and Conklin.
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  • Jets' C.J. Uzomah: Three-year deal with Jets

    Uzomah (knee) is slated to sign a three-year, $24 million deal with the Jets, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Uzomah is bouncing back from an MCL sprain that he sustained during the postseason, but his pending deal with the Jets suggests that's not going to be a concern heading into the team's offseason activities. The 29-year-old is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he logged 49 catches (on 63 targets) for 493 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games for the Bengals. With the Jets, Uzomah is in line to serve as the team's top pass-catching option at tight end, a role that could yield fantasy utility in 2022 should the 6-foot-6, 260-pounder click well with second-year signal-caller Zach Wilson.
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  • Bengals' C.J. Uzomah: Needs another MRI

    Head coach Zac Taylor said Wednesday that Uzomah (knee) is scheduled to undergo another MRI, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports. Uzomah was able to play through the MCL sprain of his left knee in Sunday's Super Bowl LVI matchup with the Rams, securing both his targets for 11 yards in the Bengals' 23-20 loss. The 29-year-old is coming off a career year, having racked up 493 yards and five touchdowns on 49 catches in the regular season. The fact that he's headed for another MRI could suggest that surgery might be on the table for Uzomah, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year in mid-March.
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  • Bengals' C.J. Uzomah: Two catches in Super Bowl

    Uzomah (knee) caught both his targets for 11 yards during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Rams in Super Bowl LVI. Uzomah suited up for the Super Bowl despite suffering a sprained MCL during the AFC Championship Game two weeks prior, and he still operated as Cincinnati's No. 1 tight end. However, he was unable to replicate his success from the first two rounds of the playoffs, when he totaled 13 receptions for 135 yards and one touchdown. The 29-year-old set career highs across the board during the 2021 regular season with 49 catches for 493 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games, and he's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year in March.
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