New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell will return to practice on Saturday after sitting out two days with an ailing shoulder. Bell underwent an MRI exam on Thursday and said via Twitter the tests showed no reason for concern. Head coach Adam Gase described the injury as a sore shoulder.
The Jets enter Monday's game against the Cleveland Browns without quarterback Sam Darnold, who has mononucleosis. Several other players are battling injuries and uncertain for Week 2. Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams are making progress, Gase said, but neither is a lock to play. Mosley left the Jets' Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills with a groin injury. Williams was slowed by an ankle injury.
Gase said Mosley and Williams could play Monday night even if they're unable to practice Saturday.
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