Hogan will be eligible to be drafted in the Premier Lacrosse League after signing with the organization for the 2021 season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The Premier Lacrosse League season stretches from June 4 to Sept. 19, which seems to suggest the veteran wide receiver will not play in the 2021 NFL season. Hogan hasn't formally announced his retirement, however, so it's possible he could make a return to the NFL at some point. Of course, that's dependent on teams' interest in the 33-year-old, who played 11 games with the Jets last season before being cut from injured reserve.
The Jets cut Hogan (ankle) from injured reserve Saturday.
Hogan had a role in the Jets passing attack before landing on injured reserve, accumulating 14 receptions for 118 yards over five games in large part due to a variety of injuries to the rest of the receiving corps. The veteran wide receiver appears to be healthy after a seven-week stint on injured reserve, but it remains to be seen if he can catch on with another squad before the end of the regular season.
The Jets placed Hogan (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday.
According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Jets won't provide a timeline for Hogan's return from a high-ankle sprain until he has the injury assessed by foot/ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson within the next few days. At the very least, however, Hogan's placement on IR means that he'll be sidelined for at least three games, leaving the Jets' Nov. 9 matchup with the Patriots as his earliest possible return date. Before going down with the injury in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, Hogan had hauled in 14 of 26 targets for 118 yards and no touchdowns through the Jets' first five games. The impending returns of Breshad Perriman (ankle), Vyncint Smith (abdomen) and Denzel Mims (hamstring) should help alleviate Hogan's absence.
Coach Adam Gase said Monday that Hogan is nursing a high-ankle sprain, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Hogan's injury, which forced him out of Sunday's loss against the Cardinals, will almost certainly cause him to miss time and could result in his placement on short-term IR. The veteran wideout is scheduled to undergo further tests to see if his ankle sustained additional damage. Hogan handled at least 80 percent of offensive snaps during the Jets' first four games of the season, so his loss is a notable blow to the team's already-depleted receiving corps.
Coach Adam Gase said that Hogan will have an MRI on Monday to evaluate the severity of the knee injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Hogan entered the weekend questionable due to rib and knee injuries, and it's unclear if his departure Sunday is related. Gase wasn't very optimistic about Hogan's status, but we should have a better idea about what he's dealing with Monday.
Hogan was carted to the locker room with a left knee injury during Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.
Hogan caught all three of his targets for 20 yards before sustaining the injury toward the end of the 30-10 loss. The severity of the issue should come into focus by the time the Jets return to practice Wednesday.
Hogan (ribs/knee) is active Week 5 against the Cardinals.
Hogan may have been limited in practice all week, but he has yet to allow various injuries to force his absence from any game in 2020. That trend will continue Sunday, as he'll suit up to work alongside Jamison Crowder and Jeff Smith in a game with Joe Flacco set to be under center. While Hogan's actual production has been hit-or-miss this season, he's been on the field for at least 51 snaps and garnered three or more targets in each game thus far.
Hogan (ribs/knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.
Hogan will take an injury designation into the weekend after the ribs and knee issues resulted in him being listed as a limited participant on practice reports Wednesday through Friday. The wideout has been a mainstay on the injury report throughout the season, but he hasn't missed any games or lost out on much playing time as a result. He's played 80 or more percent of the offensive snaps in each of the Jets' four games to date, hauling in 11 of 23 targets for 98 yards.
Hogan (ribs/knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Hogan's name has been a staple on the injury report since he hurt his ribs in Week 2, but he hasn't had to miss any game action since then. The veteran wide receiver should thus be considered more likely than not to suit up against the Cardinals once Sunday arrives, but his already limited value might take another hit with backup quarterback Joe Flacco under center Week 5 rather than Sam Darnold (shoulder).
Hogan (ribs/knee) brought in four of eight targets for 23 yards in the Jets' 37-28 loss to the Broncos on Thursday.
Hogan likely wasn't playing at full capacity, yet he still filled a complementary role in a passing attack that was missing Breshad Perriman (ankle). The veteran possession receiver checked in third in receptions for the Jets on the night, but considering fellow wideout Jeff Smith's emergence Thursday and rookie Denzel Mims' (hamstring) pending return from injured reserve, Hogan may struggle for week-to-week relevancy once the pass-catching corps is at full strength.
Hogan (ribs/knee) is active for Thursday night's matchup against the Broncos.
The 32-year-old AFC East journeyman has started for the Jets each of the past two games, though Week 3 against Indianapolis he was held without a catch after racking up six receptions and 75 yards Sept. 20 against the 49ers. With a myriad of injuries to the position, including those to Denzel Mims (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (ankle), Hogan stands as a top-three wide receiver option for the Jets alongside Jamison Crowder and Braxton Berrios. On the defensive side for Denver, the Broncos have allowed the second-most WR receptions in the NFL this season with 49.
Hogan (ribs/knee) is officially listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Broncos.
Hogan logged three straight limited practices throughout the week while battling a pair of injuries. He was held without a catch last week while toughing it out for the injury-riddled Jets, but Hogan should be more involved if he suits up Thursday against a Broncos defense that's almost as ravaged by injuries as New York's offense.
Jets head coach Adam Gase said that Hogan (ribs/knee) will be listed as a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
After playing 80 percent of the offensive snaps and finishing with no receptions on three targets in Sunday's 36-7 loss to the Colts, Hogan popped up on the Jets' first Week 4 report a day later with the two injuries. Neither issue is considered serious, however, as Gase said he's optimistic the veteran receiver would be ready to go for Thursday's game against the Broncos, according to Eric Allen of the Jets' official site. With Breshad Perriman (ankle) ruled out for a second straight game, Hogan should retain a spot in the starting lineup, but his involvement in the Jets' passing attack could take a hit with slot specialist Jamison Crowder (hamstring) trending toward a return following a two-game absence.
Hogan (ribs/knee) was listed as limited on Monday's practice estimate, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Hogan was on the field for 51 of the Jets' 64 snaps on offense in Sunday's 36-7 loss to the Colts but didn't haul in any of his three targets in the game. With no injury setbacks reported, it's likely that his listed limitations Monday are maintenance-related as the Jets prepare for Thursday night's game against the Broncos.
Hogan failed to haul in any of his three targets in Sunday's 36-7 loss to the Colts.
Perhaps Hogan was still bothered by the rib injury that forced him out of last week's loss, but he gutted it out with all of New York's other injuries at the wide receiver position. Whatever the reason, he posted a goose egg here, further cementing the belief that nobody on New York's offense can be trusted in fantasy with the team struggling mightily in all facets at the moment. Hogan has nowhere to go but up when the Broncos come to town for Thursday Night Football in Week 4.
Hogan (ribs) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Colts, Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.tv reports.
Finally a bit of good news amid the Jets' slew of injuries. Hogan's set for an expanded role Week 3 as the last man standing in a receiving corps that will be missing Breshad Perriman (ankle), Jamison Crowder (hamstring) and Denzel Mims (hamstring), and could be be without Braxton Berrios (hamstring) as well.
Hogan (ribs) will remain limited at practice Thursday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Hogan, who hauled in six of his eight targets for 75 yards in Week 2's loss to the 49ers, evidently avoided a serious rib issue coming out of that game. He'll be needed this weekend to handle plenty of snaps along with Braxton Berrios, given that Breshad Perriman (ankle) and Jamison Crowder (hamstring) are both trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Colts.
Hogan (ribs) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
The injury tentatively muddles Hogan's status for Sunday's game in Indianapolis, but assuming he's able to move past the issue by the end of the week, he'll likely be in line to serve as the Jets' top receiver. Both Breshad Perriman (ankle) and Jamison Crowder (hamstring) missed practice with their respective injuries and don't look to be trending in the right direction for the Week 3 matchup.
Hogan (ribs) did not suffer any broken bones during Sunday's 31-13 loss to the 49ers, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Hogan hauled in six of eight targets for 75 yards before being forced out of Sunday's contest. The 32-year-old has already exceeded his total receiving yardage from 2019, and it's encouraging to see that he could avoid missing any time due to his rib injury. With Breshad Perriman (ankle) and Jamison Crowder (hamstring) both nursing their own injuries, Hogan could be in line for another major role at Indianapolis in Week 3 if he's able to take the field.
Hogan was forced out of Sunday's game versus the 49ers with a rib injury, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
The Jets entered Sunday's game without Jamison Crowder (hamstring), and they could finish it without their top three receivers if Hogan or Breshad Perriman (ankle) don't return. Braxton Berrios and Josh Malone are the only remaining wideouts for the Jets.
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