New York Jets Safety Officially Done For The Season


The New York Jets have put together one of the most impressive rosters in all of football over the past two years, and now with Aaron Rodgers at Quarterback, the belief is that this team can compete for a Super Bowl, but unfortunately, injuries have already struck.

Following the news of the team landing former Packers safety Adrian Amos, it was revealed that off-season acquisition Chuck Clark may have suffered a season ending injury, and now, Ian Rapoport has confirmed the news that the former Baltimore Raven has suffered a torn ACL and will miss the entire 2023-24 season. 

The Jets still have one of the best secondaries in football, led by D.J. Reed and Sauce Gardner, and with the safety duo of Amos and Jordan Whitehead, this is still a fantastic unit, but it's hard not to feel for Clark who was ready to make an impact on a playoff ready squad. 

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