New York Jets QB Trevor Siemian out for season with ankle injury

New York Jets quarterback Trevor Siemian is out for the season with a left ankle injury that is very likely to require surgery, according to trainer Adam Gase.
Siemian, filling for ill Sam Darnold, was hurt in the second quarter of Monday night’s loss. The New York Daily News reported that he had ligament damage but did not break his ankle.
A sombre Gase announced the Darnold announced Siemian the starter and had mononucleosis.
He will now turn into player Luke Falk, who had been raised from the practice squad following Darnold was sidelined. Falk was selected by the Tennessee Titans .
Darnold will not play Sunday against the New England Patriots, and the Jets have a bye the following week. He’s likely to miss three to eight weeks, depending upon his recovery.
Gase shown on Tuesday that Darnold was back in the team facility.
“He’s feeling better. The doctors are letting us know how to proceed with him,” Gase stated.
Gase included that the a wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (knee/hamstring) along with linebacker Jordan Jenkins (calf) are being monitored on a week-to-week basis. Linebacker C.J. Mosley is day-to-day with a groin injury.
The first-year Jets coach also dealt with the status of cornerback Trumaine Johnson, who didn’t find action in Monday night’s 23-3 decrease till late in the fourth quarter. Back in March 2018, Johnson signed a five-year, $72.5m contract with the Jets, $45m of it ensured.
“We just chose not to play with him ” Gase said, adding it wasn’t for disciplinary steps.

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