Campaign Coverage 2020

Jets WR Perriman could miss some games with sprained ankle



NEW YORK (AP) — New York Jets wide receiver Breshad Perriman could miss some games after spraining his left ankle against San Francisco on Sunday. Perriman left the 31-13 loss midway through the second quarter and didn’t return. Perriman was one of the Jets’ top free agent signings this winter. He missed some time in training camp with a knee injury and has just five receptions for 29 yards. Center Connor McGovern is also considered week to week with a hamstring injury. He would be replaced by Josh Andrews if he can't play at Indianapolis on Sunday.

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