It doesn’t look like Jordan Leggett will play in Sunday’s game against Jacksonville at MetLife Stadium.
The New York Jets rookie tight end from Navarre has already missed the first three games of the regular season because of a knee injury and that same injury has kept him out of practice this week.
Leggett hasn’t played since the preseason when he appeared in three games and finished with four catches for 36 yards.
Media in New York asked Jets head coach Todd Bowles about the injury to Leggett this week and he would only say that Leggett’s knee is sore.
“That’s about all you’re getting,” Bowles told reporters. “I’m not a doctor. I’m not going to go into (injuries any) more. Don’t ask me.”
Leggett was a two-time Mackey Award finalist while at Clemson and helped the Tigers win the national championship in January. He is the first NFL player to come out of Navarre High.