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C.J Uzomah Injury Update: Will He Play The Season Finale Against The Dolphins?

Suyash Deep Sinha

C.J. Uzomah

On Sunday, January 8, the New York Jets will play their final regular-season game against the Miami Dolphins. At 1:00 p.m. ET, the game will start at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

For the second time this year, the two AFC East teams will square off. In Week 5 of the regular season, under the direction of QB Zach Wilson, the Gang Green defeated the Dolphins 40-17. After being eliminated from the playoff race, the Jets now have a chance to finish the Dolphins off by winning on Sunday.

Just before the game, the Jets updated their injury list, and some of the players who were on the previous injury list now appear to be healthy. Let’s see if Cj Uzomah, one of the players who hasn’t practiced since this week, will participate or not.

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C.J Uzomah Injury Update

Uzomah’s participation in Sunday’s game against the Dolphins is uncertain.

Uzomah has not practiced since Tuesday, according to the head coach. If we look at the complete injury report for the Jets, we see that six Jets have been ruled out for the regular-season finale against the Miami Dolphins. Three of those six—including the two starting tackles—are members of the offensive line.

Nate Herbig (calf), George Fant (knee), and Duane Brown (shoulder) are all out on Sunday. Mike White (ribs), Lamarcus Joyner (hip), and Brandin Echols are also sidelined (quad). Joe Flacco will start in White’s absence, and Zach Wilson will serve as his backup.

Ashtyn Davis (ankle), Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (knee), C.J. Uzomah (ankle), and Jordan Whitehead are a few of the players who are listed as questionable (hamstring). Whitehead and Davis are anticipated to participate.

Overall, this game’s matchup isn’t very interesting, but the contest between the Dolphins’ receivers and the Jets’ corners might be entertaining to watch. Hill (117 catches, 1,687 yards, seven touchdowns) and Waddle (70 catches, 1,312 yards, eight touchdowns) have put up impressive numbers this season, but without starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, their output should decline.

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Suyash Deep Sinha

Suyash Deep Sinha

Suyash Deep Sinha is an NFL writer and sports enthusiast who is always watching and thinking about sports, particularly NFL and cricket. He began watching NFL in high school and became interested after learning that several WWE superstars are somehow connected to NFL. He is also a theatre actor, writer, and movie buff who enjoys trekking and dancing and is a proactive person. He enjoys horseback riding and cooking in his spare time. Reading is also one of his favorite pastimes.

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