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Jets rookie wide receiver Denzel Mims will miss Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks after leaving the team to attend to a family emergency.
Mims returned to his home in Texas earlier this week, and even if he makes it back to New Jersey in time for Sunday’s game, he will be ineligible due to the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols.
“Obviously, he’s been trending in the right direction and he’s been a big reason why we’ve had some better games since he’s been playing,” Jets coach Adam Gase said. “Protocols are what they are. He had to handle family business, which we support, because we felt like that was the right thing for him to do.”
The second-round pick out of Baylor was sidelined for the first six weeks of the season with a hamstring injury. In six appearances since, Mims has totaled 19 receptions for 324 yards, plus a catch for a two-point conversion in Sunday’s loss to Las Vegas.
Gase said linebacker Jordan Jenkins (shoulder) also was among the players unable to practice Thursday.
“I don’t know if you saw at the end of the half, I think it was the last play of the half, you see a guy walk off the field like that, it [did] not look like his shoulder is intact,” Gase said. “He was able to go back out there and finish the game. I think he’s in a lot of pain and obviously his movement isn’t great right now.
“So we’ll see how the rest of the week plays out. But he is as tough as they come though. I would not be surprised if he makes it to the game this week.”
Safeties Ashtyn Davis (foot) and Bennett Jackson (hamstring), guard Greg Van Roten (toe) and running back Frank Gore (concussion protocol) also did not practice Thursday. Offensive lineman Pat Elflein (shoulder/ankle) and receiver Breshad Perriman (shoulder) were listed as limited in practice.