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Because of the emergence of Bilal Powell, Ganaway's impact, so far this summer, has been minimal, only getting four carries in the opener against Cincinnati.
The good news is that those four carries were good for 16 yards, a four-yard average.
As the fourth running back, Ganaway is going to have a tough time getting on the field, but based on his skill set as a quicker version of Shonn Greene, the Jets were hoping to get him on the field at some point during the regular season.
While he has not been a liability by any means, he has not made much of a splash either.
Rex Ryan also singled out Ganaway for being the root cause of one of many training camp fights, as told by ESPN's Rich Cimini.
I saw a young rookie (Terrance Ganaway) run through a guy in a 'thud' period. That's not what you're looking for. That's not being physical. That, to me, is being selfish. I told guys about it and, sure enough, apparently somebody didn't get the message.
As of now, it appears as if the Jets are going to keep Ganaway on the bench and special teams this season, which is a big disappointment for those expecting more from Ganaway this season.