Jets Head Coach Says Running Back Is ''Not Going Anywhere''

He's been impressive in his first two NFL games.

New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh said that rookie running back Zonovan Knight is ''not going anywhere'' when Michael Carter returns.

Knight came out of nowhere, posting back-to-back 100-yard games in his NFL debut. It now appears that Saleh and the Jets will continue to ride the hot hand and give Knight the lead-back duties once Carter returns, which could be as soon as this week.

The twenty-one-year-old has rushed 29 times for 159 yards to go along with eight receptions on eight targets for 62 yards in his first two games. Knight is an undrafted rookie out of NC State.

The explosive rookie will get the Buffalo Bills this Sunday.

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