The Jets placed Clark (neck) on injured reserve Tuesday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Clark excited an early training camp practice in an ambulance after suffering a spinal cord contusion. While the injury was gruesome, the 23-year-old was able to display some movement in his extremities, and coach Robert Saleh is optimistic that he will make a full recovery.
Clark exited Tuesday's practice due to a spinal cord contusion, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
The Jets ended practice after Clark suffered his injury, and he was on the field for approximately 10 minutes before he was moved to an ambulance. However, the offensive tackle had some movement in his extremities, and coach Robert Saleh is optimistic that the 23-year-old will make a full recovery.
Clark (illness) was a full participant during the Jets' practice session Thursday.
Clark was ruled out ahead of Sunday's road trip to Arrowhead Stadium because of an illness after being made active for his first NFL game the week prior against Buffalo. The fourth-round rookie from Charlotte will contribute depth to the offensive tackle spot if he's able to go for a Week 9 Monday night matchup against the Patriots.
Clark (illness) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs.
Clark made his NFL debut last week against the Bills, but he'll be sidelined again due to an illness. Luckily for the Jets, they're in good shape otherwise, as Mekhi Becton and George Fant are both healthy for Sunday's AFC clash.
The Jets activated Clark (knee) from injured reserve Saturday, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.
Clark has two weeks of practice under his belt and is ready to return to action after missing the first six games of the season. The rookie fourth-rounder could start in his NFL debut, as Mekhi Becton (shoulder), George Fant (knee) and Chuma Edoga (calf) are all considered questionable. If two of the three offensive tackles are inactive, Clark will start against Buffalo.
The Jets designated Clark (knee) to return from injured reserve Wednesday.
Clark picked up a knee injury in early September and missed the first five games of the 2020 season. The rookie fourth-rounder returned to practice Wednesday and will begin preparing to return to the lineup, although he'll likely man a reserve role once he's officially activated.
The Jets placed Clark (knee) on injured reserve Monday, Ethan Greenberg of the team's official site reports.
The rookie fourth-rounder dealt with a shoulder injury in August and picked up a knee injury last Wednesday, so he'll be shut down for the first three weeks of the season. There's no clear indication of how long he'll be out, but Clark will be eligible to return in Week 4 against the Broncos.
Clark left Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
The 2020 fourth-round pick already was forced to miss time with a shoulder injury during training camp, and it's unclear how long this injury will sideline him. Clark is expected to provide depth across the offensive line for 2020 when healthy.
Clark (shoulder) was a full participant in Sunday's practice, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Clark suffered a shoulder injury in camp that forced him to miss a week of practices. Now that the rookie fourth-round pick is back healthy, he's expected to be ready for the regular season and supply depth across the offensive line.