Jets: Breshad Perriman & Denzel Mims Return to Practice

Ever since training camp started, the Jets have been dealing with a lot of injuries at the wide receiver position. Breshad Perriman and rookie Denzel Mims are back at practice. Good news for the New York Jets.

Along with two other players, Mims has been designated to return to practice from injured reserve. However, head coach Adam Gase has not committed to him playing this Sunday.

Does he have a chance to play Sunday? Said Adam Gase: “We’ll see how that goes. I thought that the last time and it didn’t work out.”

Mims was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL Draft out of Baylor.

Don’t expect Denzel Mims to play this week. He has not practiced in a while and he has a lot to catch up on.

For the team, this is a clear step in the right direction.

Breshad Perriman has not played since he got injured in Week 2’s home opener against the San Francisco 49ers. So far this season, Perriman has caught 5 receptions for 29 yards.

Perriman was signed to a one-year contract this offseason by Gang Green. So far, he doesn’t seem like a piece for the future of this team.

Arguably, this has been the healthiest the Jets wide receiver position has been all season.

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