Stephen Hill Injury: Updates on Jets WR's Head, Likely Return Date
New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill didn't last long in his team's Week 4 matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, Hill suffered a head injury in the first quarter and had to be evaluated by team doctors shortly after:
Stephen Hill has a head injury and is being evaluated, press box announcer says #nyj— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) September 29, 2013
Hill is active for Week 5.
UPDATE: Monday, Oct. 7
Hill is officially active according to the Jets Twitter account:
Jets inactives: QB Brady Quinn, WR Santonio Holmes, CB Dee Milliner, G Will Campbell, T Ben Ijalana, T Oday Aboushi, TE Zach Sudfeld.— New York Jets (@nyjets) October 7, 2013
UPDATE: Saturday, Oct. 5
From ESPN's Adam Caplan:
Jets say WR Stephen Hill (concussion-probable) has been cleared for contact.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) October 5, 2013
UPDATE: Thursday, Oct. 3
Kimberley Martin of Newsday has an update on Stephen Hill, who is trying to return from a concussion suffered last week vs. Tennessee:
Hill, who suffered a concussion in last week’s loss to Tennessee, was not on the field for Monday's practice. But after today's warm-up period was over, he made his way to the rehab area. With an extra day to prepare before Monday night’s game in Atlanta, Hill will no doubt want to play, one player said. But it remains to be seen whether he’ll be medically-cleared by then.
Stephen Hill had zero catches on one target at the time of his departure.
For his career, the second-year man from Georgia Tech has 34 receptions for 485 yards and four touchdowns. He had three catches for 108 yards and a touchdown in New York's Week 3 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Santonio Holmes and Jeremy Kerley will have to step up on the outside for rookie quarterback Geno Smith and the Jets' passing game if he is unable to play in Week 5.
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