Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 3 days ago

Ridley (knee) is still on the physically unable to perform list, and head coach Todd Bowles indicated that's likely where Ridley will start the season, NJ.com reports.

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Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 2 weeks ago

New York Jets running back Stevan Ridley is expected to begin the season on the physically unable to perform list as he continues to recover from a knee injury, according to ESPN. Ridley is recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL last November and has yet to begin practicing.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 3 months ago

Ridley (knee) is unsure if he'll be ready to practice when Jets' training camp begins in late July, NJ.com reports.

Ridley is working his way back from a torn ACL suffered last October, which precluded him from any 11-on-11 work during OTAs and minicamp. While Ridley continues to target a return to full health by Week 1, it's unclear how far along he'll be when training camp begins next month. However, with running backs like Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Daryl Richardson and Zac Stacy on the roster, the Jets aren't forced to rush their offseason signing Ridley back into action, thus allowing him time to ensure he's 100 percent before eventually returning.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 3 months ago

Ridley (knee) took part in positional drills during the Jets' OTAs Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports.

Ridley was reportedly moving well Wednesday, which is certainly a positive sign for a player coming off knee surgery. He remains on track to be ready to go when training camp begins in July.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 5 months ago1 Comment

ESPN.com's Rich Cimini relays that barring any setbacks, Ridley (knee) is expected to be ready when training camp opens.

Ridley, who signed a one-year deal with the Jets, tore his ACL while with the Patriots back on Oct. 12. Once he re-proves his health, look for him to jostle with Bilal Powell for work in the Jets' backfield along with projected starter Chris Ivory.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 5 months ago9 Comments

Ridley (knee) will sign with the Jets, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

Ridley had already met with the Dolphins and Redskins this offseason, but New York will be his final landing spot. The 26-year-old back played just six games in 2014 before suffering a season-ending ACL injury, but had collected a career-low 3.6 yards per carry over that span. Ridley will have to earn his role during camp, competing with the likes of Chris Ivory and Bilial Powell for reps in the backfield.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 5 months ago

Ridley, who previously visited the Dolphins and Jets, is meeting with the Redskins on Tuesday, ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss reports.

Washington would be one of the worst places for Ridley to establish any kind of value, given that the Redskins already have an early-down workhorse in Alfred Morris. While the team does figure to pursue another running back through free agency and/or the draft, it would be surprising if they devote significant resources to a player who doesn't offer much in the passing game. Should he ultimately sign in Washington, Ridley would probably just be a handcuff for Morris in most league.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 5 months ago

Ridley (knee), who visited the Dolphins earlier this week, is slated to meet with the Jets on Thursday, the Patriots' official site reports.

Meawhile, the Boston Herald relays that Ridley, who is still recovering from a torn ACL that he suffered in Week 6 this past season, has received interest from other (unnamed) teams, while suggesting that a return to the Patriots can't be ruled out, either.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 5 months ago11 Comments

Ridley (knee) is visiting the Dolphins on Tuesday, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero.

Ridley still hasn't been given medical clearance following ACL surgery so a contract offer is unlikely but the Dolphins nonetheless are doing their due diligence on a running back that has talent. Ridley could help someone this season although Miami may not be a fit with Lamar Miller already entrenched as the starting back.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 10 months ago

Ridley (knee) will have surgery Tuesday to repair the torn ACL and MCL in his right knee, The Boston Herald reports.

Ridley suffered the injury five weeks ago, but he needed the swelling to subside before undergoing surgery. Jonas Gray was fantastic in Ridley's role Sunday night, rushing for 199 yards and four touchdowns against the Colts. Ridley is set to become a free agent in the offseason, and the Patriots won't necessarily have interest in bringing him back.