Jets' Maye sidelined with broken thumb; Enunwa, Pryor hurt
NEW YORK (AP) — Jets safety Marcus Maye has a broken right thumb that could sideline him for a few weeks.
Maye was injured in the third quarter of New York's 42-34 win over Indianapolis on Sunday. He was seen wearing a cast on his right hand after the game.
Coach Todd Bowles had no immediate update on Maye's status during a conference call Monday. Terrence Brooks filled in for Maye opposite Jamal Adams against the Colts. The Jets also have Doug Middleton at the safety spot.
It's the latest injury to a Jets secondary that is already without cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson (quadriceps) and Buster Skrine (concussion).
The Jets also have some concerns at the wide receiver position with both Quincy Enunwa (sprained ankle) and Terrelle Pryor (groin) leaving the game against the Colts with injuries.
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