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Robert Saleh said it’s a neck injury and that Clark had “some” movement in his extremities before leaving the facility, but the coach waiting on an evaluation.
Jets practice ended on a scary scene Tuesday when backup offensive lineman Cameron Clark was immobilized on a backboard and taken away from the team’s Florham Park training facility in an ambulance.
Jets GM Joe Douglas and coach Robert Saleh huddled on the field with team doctors for several minutes after practice was halted.
Saleh said it’s a neck injury and that Clark had “some” movement in his extremities before leaving the facility, but was waiting on an evaluation.
The 23-year-old tackle was the Jets’ fourth-round pick in 2020 out of Charlotte, but he did not appear in any games.
This story originally appeared on: NyPost - Author:Peter Botte