A dose of Jeremy Kerley is all the Jets needed to remedy their abysmal offense. Was Was Kerley’s presence the determining factor during Sunday’s win or was the improved game plan the reason for the improved play from the Jets’ offense? Find out here at The Jets Beat.
The Jets are finally getting some good news. It looks like Jeremy Kerley will play against the Raiders Sunday.
The Jets could sure use him. Jeremy Kerley is something the Jets have sorely been lacking, a quality NFL wide receiver.
Geno Smith is making some horrible decisions and wild throws, but the receiver play the Jets are getting is not helping. When you watch the film, you...
The New York Jets have placed wide receiver Jeremy Kerley on the inactive list for their game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Kerley leads the Jets with 28 receptions this season. It's the second straight game he's been inactive because of an elbow injury.
Baltimore defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is bothered by a sore knee but was on the active roster Sunday after missing...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley suffered a gruesome elbow injury back in Week 9, and there was hope from some that he would be able to suit up this Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, but now it has been confirmed that Kerley will not be making his return in Week 12.
On Saturday afternoon, the Jets announced that Kerley has been ruled out for the game.
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley is doubtful to play against the Ravens at Baltimore on Sunday as he recovers from a dislocated left elbow.
Kerley was limited in practice Friday, as he has been all week, while wearing a red no-contact jersey and catching passes in receiver drills with his right hand. He has also been wearing a brace over his left elbow.
Kerley was injured...
Via AP on Fox
17 days ago
The New York Jets pulled off an upset of the New Orleans Saints on Sunday but may have lost wide receiver Jeremy Kerley in the process.
There is some concern among the Jets that the left elbow injury suffered by Kerley is serious. Tests will be run on Kerley’s elbow to determine the course of action.
Jets fear Jeremy Kerley’s elbow injury is serious, I’m told...
New York Jets wideout Jeremy Kerley (elbow) is done for the day due to an elbow injury, reports ESPN's John Clayton.Fantasy Spin:He had one catch for one yard before suffering the injury. Kerley has posted a couple of decent games this season, but has yet to crack the 100-yard mark in a game. With Jeff Cumberland (concussion) also out, David Nelson will serve as Geno Smith'...
Jeremy Kerley returned to the Jets lineup this week after battling illness during the week. However, he lasted less than two quarters before he appeared to suffer a gruesome arm injury after a Saints player fell on his left forearm. Arms should not bend that way.
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Jeremy Kerley has a knack for coming through in clutch situations for the New York Jets.
The wide receiver, in his third season, had six catches for first downs on third-down plays in the Jets' 30-27 overtime victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday. It was the most third-down conversion catches by a Jets receiver since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
Kerley is tied for second...
Via AP on Fox
October 24, 2013
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