Zach Wilson reportedly out 2-4 weeks with sprained knee


An MRI on Jets quarterback Zach Wilson's ailing right knee confirmed a ligament sprain, according to a report.

The sprained PCL is set to sideline the rookie signal-caller for about 2-4 weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported on Monday morning.

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Wilson exited Sunday's blowout loss to the Patriots early in the second quarter, after he went down awkwardly while being hit by New England's Matthew Judon.

After the game, the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft said his knee got twisted and the play, and he felt something in it "pop."

Wilson also had his leg bent awkwardly on a more scary looking play by Patriots lineman Lawrence Guy shortly before his injury, but said he felt fine after Guy's hit, which seemed to be borderline late.

Asked whether he thought Judon had delivered a dirty hit, Wilson said no.