Jets TE Jeff Cumberland is "95 percent" recovered from Achilles surgery.
"I'm feeling real well," Cumberland said. "I'm out there doing everything else everybody is doing." Cumberland will have to be fully healthy to compete for a roster spot in training camp.
[QUOTE=estang74;4461181]who was the player who came back from an ACL injury the same year? Somebody did it and I can't remember who. Anyone know the answer?[/QUOTE]
Yeah, Welker blew out his knee in the final regular season game and was back on the field for training camp. Then had a fantastic year. That was crazy, especially for a guy whose entire game is dependent on being able to make quick cuts.
Hope the guy pulls through. It would be a shame if he didn't given the brilliant glimpses he gave us last year. If he comes back, Hayden Smith turns out to be a keeper then TE could be a surprising strength this year after suffering through mad Mully's mishaps...
Jets need better blocking all round from the TE's too, especially since Hunter and others have been wailing about it...
[QUOTE=jeT.MAC;4461463]jets offense is going to be running and Gunning by mid season with the addition's of [B]TE/Hayden Smith,[/B] WR/Hill, RB/ Ganaway, WR/Jordan White and TEBOW!!!
TE - Keller, Smith, Baker or Cumby??maybe , no bigdeal! [B]jets are set at TE[/B]WR - Hill,Holmes,Kerley,Turner,White,Shilens,Burd,Ganaway,Pollard,Riley
Huh? Which of those TE's can block? Also, what happens at RB when Green gets injures (as he always does)?
You just posted excitedly on our RB's and TE's which are the biggest questionmarks of any of the units on the team. Followed closely by S and QB.