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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets are concerned linebacker C.J. Mosley could be dealing with more than just a groin injury.
Coach Adam Gase says Wednesday that team doctors are doing a "really deep dive" on what's ailing the playmaking middle linebacker. Mosley played Monday night for the first time since straining his groin in the season opener, but clearly wasn't 100%.
He lacked his typical burst and had just three assisted tackles. He said after the loss to New England he was still feeling the injury a bit.
Gase wouldn't speculate what else might be ailing Mosley, who signed with the Jets as a free agent in the offseason.
Quarterback Sam Darnold was expected to sit out team drills after having a toenail removed. Gase says he should be fine to play Sunday at Jacksonville.
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