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Sports Jets' Bell could miss 'a couple weeks' with hamstring injury

16:36  18 september  2020
16:36  18 september  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Jets' Bell on relationship with Gase: 'We actually like each other'

  Jets' Bell on relationship with Gase: 'We actually like each other' New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell said he doesn't know where the speculation is coming from regarding a strained relationship between him and head coach Adam Gase. "I don't understand why everybody is trying to put me and Gase against each other," Bell told reporters Thursday, including Rich Cimini of ESPN. "We're not against each other. I don't understand why it's so hard to believe, but we actually like each other." Bell added: "Ever"I don't understand why everybody is trying to put me and Gase against each other," Bell told reporters Thursday, including Rich Cimini of ESPN. "We're not against each other. I don't understand why it's so hard to believe, but we actually like each other.

Bell exited Sunday’s 27-17 loss after suffering a hamstring injury while running a pass route late in the first half, and coach Adam Gase pulled him from the game after he was clearly While Gase didn’t provide a specific timeline for Bell ’s injury , he did acknowledge Bell could miss “ a couple of weeks .”

Injury Bug Bites Le'Veon Bell and Blake Cashman RB Le'Veon Bell ( hamstring ) and ILB Blake Cashman (groin) are likely to miss next week 's home opener, against "They're soft-tissue injuries and we could be looking at a couple of weeks ," Gase said. "But I don't want to put a timetable on it."

  Jets' Bell could miss 'a couple weeks' with hamstring injury © Icon Sportswire / Getty

New York Jets head coach Adam Gase said Monday that running back Le'Veon Bell could miss "a couple weeks" while nursing his hamstring injury, according to Newsday Sports' Al Iannazzone.

Gase added that he doesn't want to put a timetable on Bell's recovery.

The tailback battled hamstring issues throughout training camp and was seen grabbing the back of his leg in the second quarter of New York's Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills. He returned briefly in the second half but was eventually removed.

Jets WR Crowder sits out practice, could miss 49ers game

  Jets WR Crowder sits out practice, could miss 49ers game NEW YORK — The New York Jets' struggling offence could be without wide receiver Jamison Crowder against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Crowder sat out practice Thursday with a hamstring injury, leaving his availability for the game uncertain. Crowder was limited at practice Wednesday, but the Jets want to be cautious with their leading receiver. “We'll be evaluating him further and see where that takes us,” coach Adam Gase said. Crowder had his first 100-yard receiving game for the Jets in the season opener last Sunday at Buffalo when he caught seven passes for 115 yards and a touchdown.

Bell suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday’s loss to the Bills, and coach Adam Gase said it could be a couple of weeks until he is ready to return. Le’Veon Bell could miss some time with a hamstring injuryAP. Making matters worse, it doesn’t seem as if rookie running back La’Mical Perine (ankle) will

New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell could miss a couple weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in Week 1, coach Adam Gase told reporters Monday. Bell hurt his hamstring just before the halftime break of Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills and briefly returned in the second half before

Gase told reporters postgame that he regretted putting Bell back in the contest despite the injury.

Bell carried the ball six times for 14 yards against Buffalo, adding two receptions for 32 yards.

Gase noted that rookie La'Mical Perine is unlikely to return from his ankle injury for Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers, per Iannazzone, meaning Frank Gore and Josh Adams will handle the bulk of New York's backfield snaps.

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