Mims caught four of eight targets for 67 yards in Sunday's 20-3 loss to Miami.
Mims tied Breshad Perriman for the team lead in targets and catches while coming up 12 receiving yards short of Perriman's team-leading total. The rookie second-round pick is still searching for his first career touchdown heading into a Week 13 home date with the Raiders, but Mims has now topped 60 yards in each of the past three games. He also recorded a tackle for the second time in the past three weeks as New York's turnover-prone offense has frequently forced its players to turn into defenders following fumbles and interceptions.
Mims caught three of eight targets for 71 yards in Sunday's 34-28 loss to the Chargers.
Mims also drew a couple of pass interference penalties, as Joe Flacco consistently searched him out downfield. The rookie second-round pick led the team in targets and receiving yards in the best game of his young career. Mims is starting to find his stride after having his debut delayed to Week 7 by hamstring injuries, and he'll continue his search for his first career touchdown when the Dolphins come to town in Week 12.
Mims caught four of eight targets for 62 yards in Monday night's 30-27 loss to the Patriots.
Mims showed his usefulness as a speed weapon down the seam, hauling in a 26-yard gain early. The rookie then helped move the sticks a couple times, building on his encouraging first two showings as a pro. Through three games, Mims sports 10 receptions on 18 targets for 146 yards, flashing his promise as the Jets head into their Week 10 bye without a win this season.
Mims caught two of three targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 35-9 loss to the Chiefs.
All of Mims' production came in the first quarter, as he helped lead the Jets to field goals on each of their first two drives with catches of 15 and 27 yards. Inexplicably, quarterback Sam Darnold stopped looking the rookie's way after that, instead preferring to pepper slot receiver Braxton Berrios with short passes. Berrios turned his 11 targets into just 34 yards as New York went without a passing touchdown for a third consecutive game. It's encouraging to see the second-round pick out of Baylor making a couple plays in each game after having his debut delayed to Week 7 by hamstring injuries, but Mims' short-term prospects remain limited by virtue of playing in the league's least productive offense.
Mims (hamstrings) caught four of seven targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 18-10 loss to Buffalo.
Mims made an immediate impact in his NFL debut, leading the team in receiving yards while tying Braxton Berrios for the team lead in both targets and receptions. Breshad Perriman exited in the fourth quarter with a possible concussion and Jamison Crowder missed this game with a groin injury, so Mims could find himself serving as quarterback Sam Darnold's de facto No. 1 wide receiver in Week 8 against the Chiefs. That matchup projects to offer plenty of garbage time for the rookie second-round pick out of Baylor to pad his stats, as the winless Jets are sure to come in as massive underdogs.
Mims (hamstrings) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The 2020 second-round pick is set to make his rookie debut Sunday against the Bills after Mims put together a second straight week of practice. It's possible Mims could be featured immediately, especially if Jamison Crowder (groin) is unable to play, although a Crowder absence more than likely sets the stage for Braxton Berrios and Jeff Smith to take over in the slot, with Mims operating as the second outside receiver opposite Breshad Perriman.
Coach Adam Gase said Friday that he hasn't decided whether Mims (hamstrings) will be activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's matchup with Buffalo, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
The rookie second-round pick was designated to return from injured reserve last week and has resumed taking part in team drills, but the Jets' wholesale health issues could result in the team prioritizing adding a player at a different position rather than clearing a roster spot for Mims' activation. Mims has yet to make his NFL debut since sustaining injuries to both of his hamstrings in training camp. The status of fellow wideout Jamison Crowder (groin) could play a role in the Jets' decision-making process for this weekend. The Jets would have until Saturday at 4 p.m. ET to add Mims to the roster in order for him to be eligible to play Week 7.
Mims (hamstring) is expected to take part in live team drills during Wednesday's practice, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports.
Mims, who practiced with the scout team last week, looks set to ramp up his workload in preparation for potentially making his NFL debut Sunday versus the Bills. According to Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York, head coach Adam Gase merely said there's "a chance" Mims will be active Week 7, so the rookie's status for the weekend may ultimately hinge on what he's able to do in practice over the next few days.
Coach Adam Gase said Monday that Mims (hamstring) could have a chance to make his NFL debut against the Bills on Sunday, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Mims still hasn't been officially activated to the 53-man roster, but Gase notes that he was impressive while working with the scout team last week. The Jets finally have both Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman available, so Mims may only serve as the No. 3 receiver at best upon his return, but the team remains desperate for a spark on offense. Coming off a 24-0 loss to the Dolphins, New York maybe compelled to see what Mims can do with a few opportunities Week 7, if he's indeed activated in time to face Buffalo.
Jets head coach Adam Gase was unwilling to rule Mims (hamstrings) out from returning from injured reserve prior to Sunday's game in Miami, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Mims took a significant step forward in his recovery from his double-hamstring injury Wednesday, when he took part in practice after being designated to return from IR. Since Mims is not yet a member of the 53-man roster, the Jets don't have to disclose the extent of his activity on their injury reports, but the rookie was able to get in some reps with New York's main group as well as the scout team, according to Cimini. Given that his hamstring injuries date back to training camp, Mims will probably need more than a week of practice to gain clearance to play, but the Jets will wait and see how he fares Thursday and Friday before rendering a verdict on his status.
Mims (hamstrings) is unlikely to be activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Mims was cleared to return to practice Wednesday, but he'll still need some time to get up to game speed after being sidelined since early August due to injuries to both hamstrings. The rookie second-round pick out of Baylor should get the opportunity to climb the wide receiver depth chart quickly once he's ready for game action, but it makes sense for New York to bring Mims along slowly after his extensive absence.
Mims (hamstring) will practice Wednesday after the Jets designated him to return from injured reserve, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Mims' return to practice marks his first on-field action since he was placed on IR in mid-September. The transaction opens up a 21-day window for the Jets to evaluate Mims for a return to the active roster. Coach Adam Gase was unwilling ot say whether the rookie second-round pick will be ready to make his NFL deut Sunday against the Dolphins.
Mims (hamstring) isn't present at Wednesday's practice, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.
Though Mims is eligible to be designated to return from injured reserve, the Jets aren't yet willing to open a 21-day window to evaluate the rookie wideout in practice. Since Mims will presumably need to turn in a full week of practice before making his NFL debut, he's looking unlikely to be activated and added to the 53-man roster ahead of the team's next game Sunday versus the Cardinals.
The Jets placed Mims (hamstring) on injured reserve Tuesday.
Mims sat out the Jets' season-opening loss to the Bills with the injury, and the team apparently wasn't confident that he would make a full recovery from his hamstring issue in the immediate future. As a result of the transaction, he won't be eligible to make his NFL debut until the Jets' Week 5 matchup with the Cardinals on Oct. 11. His move to IR leaves Braxton Berrios as the only healthy depth receiver on the roster behind starters Breshad Perriman, Jamison Crowder and Chris Hogan.
Mims (hamstrings) has been ruled out for Sunday's season opener against the Bills, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Mims practiced fully Wednesday, was listed as limited Thursday and then sat out practice altogether Friday. The 59th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft will thus have his pro debut delayed until at least Week 2. As a result, Chris Hogan figures to serve as the Jets' No. 3 receiver Sunday behind Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder.
Mims aggravated a hamstring injury and, according to head coach Adam Gase, is "not looking good" for Sunday's season opener against the Bills, Chris Iseman of NJ.com reports.
Mims has been slowed by injuries in both hamstrings for the last several weeks, and he tweaked one of them at Thursday's practice and won't take the field Friday. His status for Week 1 won't be revealed until after practice, but it looks like the rookie may have to wait to make his NFL debut.
Mims (hamstrings) was limited at practice Thursday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Mims practiced fully Wednesday, which suggests that he may have tweaked one or both of his hamstrings during Thursday's practice session. The rookie wideout dealt with injuries to both hamstrings during training camp, but it's unclear whether his limitations Thursday were directly related. If available Sunday in Buffalo, Mims could push for the Jets' No. 3 receiver spot behind Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman.
Coach Adam Gase said Mims (hamstring) will be a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Mims was sidelined for much of August due to a hamstring injury, but he appears to have managed to return to full health ahead of Sunday's season opener against the Bills. Fellow wideout Breshad Perriman (knee) will also practice in full. The rookie second-round pick could still push for the Jets' No. 3 receiver spot early in his career, but Mims' lengthy absence during training camp could set the stage for veteran wideout Chris Hogan (undisclosed) to begin the season in a starting role alongside Perriman and Jamison Crowder (lower leg).
Mims (hamstring) is listed as a member of the second team on New York's unofficial depth chart Monday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Mims still appears on track for Week 1, but the hamstring injury that caused him to miss much of training camp appears to have knocked him out of contention for an immediate starting gig. The rookie second-round pick could still be in the mix for playing time during Sunday's season opener against the Bills, but for now Chris Hogan (undisclosed) looks to have a grip on the No. 3 receiver role behind Jamison Crowder (lower leg) and Breshad Perriman (knee). If any of the Jets' starters end up limited due to injury, it could open up additional opportunities for snaps.
Mims (hamstring) said Wednesday that he'll "most definitely be ready" for the Jets' Week 1 game at Buffalo, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Mims went through individual drills Wednesday, marking his first practice participation of any kind since the start of training camp. He may be too late to earn a Week 1 starting job, but he should at least be in the mix for some playing time, especially if the Jets don't get some good news on their other injured wide receivers. Jamison Crowder (lower leg) and Chris Hogan (undisclosed) seem to be fine, but Vyncint Smith (core muscle) is facing a prolonged absence, while Breshad Perriman's swollen knee is becoming more of a concern.
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