Owusu (concussion) has been waived/injured by the Jets.
Owusu being waived comes while he's trying to overcome a concussion. If no team claims him off waivers, Owusu will revert to the Jets' injured reserve list. In a corresponding roster move, the Jets activated running back Stevan Ridley on Friday.
Owusu (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Raiders, NJ.com reports.
Owusu is yet to clear the NFL's concussion protocol, thus making him ineligible to play in Sunday's contest. With rookie Devin Smith (ankle) also slated to be sidelined, Jeremy Kerley should see an increased workload against Oakland.
Owusu (concussion) did not practice Thursday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
Owusu missed three weeks earlier in the season with a knee injury and now will need to pass concussion protocol in order to play in Week 8. The 25-year-old recorded two catches for 25 yards on four targets against the Patriots in Week 7, so it remains to be seen how effective Owusu might be even if he was cleared to play.
Owusu (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.
Owusu has a history of concussions, which clouds the wideout's Week 8 status, in the wake of his return to action this past Sunday against the Patriots, a contest in which Owusu caught two of four targets for 25 yards.
Owusu (knee) caught two passes for 25 yards Sunday against the Patriots.
Owusu had a 21-yard reception to highlight his day, but he was otherwise quiet. The Jets used five receivers in the game, and his four pass targets only placed him behind Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. In the three games in which he's appeared this season, he's averaging slightly over four targets.
Owusu (knee) is active Sunday against the Patriots.
Owusu was limited in practice all week, and while he is healthy enough to dress Sunday, Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker continue to dominate the targets, leaving Owusu with a fairly limited fantasy upside.
Owusu (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Owusu was limited at practice this week, but it looks like he has a good chance to suit up Sunday, though a wait-and see approach is in order from a fantasy perspective, so long as both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker are healthy enough to play.
Owusu (knee) was a limited participant in practice Thursday.
Owusu ran with the special teams early in practice Thursday, and remained limited as he continues to recover from a knee scope. Although he remains questionable for the Jets' Week 7 matchup against the Patriots, it appears his health is improving heading into the weekend.
Jets wide receiver Chris Owusu (knee) returned to a limited practice Wednesday, NJ.com reports.
Owusu is bouncing back from a knee scope, but his Wednesday practice participation offers hope that he'll be able to return to the Jets' wideout mix this Sunday against the Patriots.
Owusu (knee) is inactive Sunday against Washington.
Owusu has been unable to practice due to the ailment, and he'll continue to sit out, though his upside wasn't all that high to begin with, so there likely aren't many affected fantasy rosters.
Owusu (knee) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Washington, ESPN.com reports.
Owusu was unable to practice this week, but the fact that the wideout is not ruled out for Sunday's contest hints that he could potentially resume practicing next week.
Owusu (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Owusu is bouncing back from a knee scope, with his absence from practice Wednesday suggesting that his return to action is not yet imminent.
Jets wideout Chris Owusu had his knee scoped Thursday and could miss upwards of three weeks, per Rich Cimini of ESPN.
Original reports had him missing only one week.
Owusu caught four passes for 55 yards in the season opener, but was blanked in Week 2, perhaps due at least partially to the injury.
Jets wide receiver Chris Owusu is slated to have his knee scoped and will be out for "a week or two," ESPN.com reports.
With Owusu out and fellow wideout Eric Decker ailing, Jeremy Kerley could be in line to see added opportunities Sunday against the Eagles, plus rookie Devin Smith could be worked into the Jets' passing offense as well, now that he appears to be past his injury woes.
Jets wide receiver Chris Owusu could miss the next two weeks due to a leg issue, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
After opening with four catches (on six targets) for 55 yards, Owusu was kept out of the box score in Monday night's game at Indianapolis, perhaps due to the aforementioned injury. As long as he's sidelined, Jeremey Kerley and Quincy Enunwa would be counted on to ensure the Jets' offense continues to hum, with Eric Decker's game-day status also up in the air due to a knee sprain.
The Jets re-signed wide receiver Chris Owusu on Sunday, just one day after he was cut from the team, according to NorthJersey.com.
Jets wide receiver Chris Owusu is sidelined with a concussion and following the league's protocol, coach Todd Bowles said on Saturday, per ESPN.
It's at least the fourth career concussion for the 25-year-old Owusu.
Owusu suffered the injury at practice on Friday. "I know he went out a little woozy," Bowles said.
A hamstring injury has landed Jets wideout Greg Salas on injured reserve just days after he scored his first touchdown of the season in the Monday night loss to Miami.
Salas, whose score was on the ground and had not caught a pass since Week 6, finishes the year with just eight receptions for 167 yards.
The Jets have promoted fellow wide receiver Chris Owusu from the practice squad to take his place on the active roster.
The Jets promoted quarterback Matt Simms from the practice squad Saturday and released wide receiver Chris Owusu. Geno Smith is listed as questionable for Sunday's game, and Simms may end up being active as the team's No. 2 signal caller if Smith can't go.
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Jets Week 7 at New England: T.J. Barnes, Dakota Dozier, Wesley Johnson, Chris Owusu, Trevor Reilly, Greg Salas and Josh Thomas.