Jets suffer injuries on defense but aren’t believed to be serious
The New York Jets moved to 3-1 after beating the Miami Dolphins 27-14 in London. The defense played well once again, holding the Dolphins to just 226 yards of total offense.
On the downside, the defense suffered injuries to three starters, although they're not believed to be long-term as of now.
Safety Calvin Pryor left the game after banging knees with a Dolphins player, but he doesn't think it's serious. Additionally, David Harris exited the game with a quad injury. After the win, Harris said “I'll be alright,” while head coach Todd Bowles echoed that notion, as well.
Potentially the most serious of the group is Leonard Williams' ankle injury. It was diagnosed as a sprained ankle and wasn't available to comment on the ailment after the game.
Fortunately, the Jets have a bye in Week 5, giving all three players extra time to recover. Not to mention, Sheldon Richardson will return from suspension in Week 6, who's very capable of filling in for Williams should he miss the game.