Munchak: Jets Hits on Locker 'Unnecessary'

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Munchak: Jets Hits on Locker 'Unnecessary'
Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Jake Locker's injury on Sunday came about due to a pair of hits on one play. New York Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson smashed his helmet into Locker's upper torso after Locker had released a pass, and as Locker fell toward the turf, linebacker Quinton Coples leaned in and gave Locker another shot. Neither player was penalized on the play.

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