New York Jets Starters WR Quincy Enunwa and DE Leonard Williams Both Suffer Injuries

It appears the Jets might open their preseason schedule without a few starters, Dennis Waszak of the Associated Press reports.

Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa injured his groin during practice Tuesday and was set to have tests. Coach Adam Gase did not seem overly concerned, but Enunwa’s status is uncertain for the preseason opener Thursday night against the Giants.

“He was trying to go back in practice,” Gase said. “I think we’re just making sure that he’s OK, so that’s what they have to do. I don’t want to make it more alarming than what it is.”

Defensive lineman Leonard Williams has missed two straight practices with a hip injury and seems unlikely to play. Gase said Williams was working on an anti-gravity treadmill during practice.

“I think he’ll be all right next week,” Gase said, adding that Williams had an MRI. “Yeah, they’ve done all the stuff they need to do, we’re just being slow. He’s just kind of sore and we’re just being smart with him

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