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Coach Robert Saleh said Monday that the team is still deciding between Hall and rookie first-round pick Sauce Gardner for the starting cornerback role across from D.J. Reed (hamstring), Andy Vasquez of NJ Advance Media reports. It's encouraging to hear that Hall's still in contention to start after his forgettable Monday Night Football preseason performance against the Falcons. He was caught flat-footed on two crucial plays in the first quarter, allowing Kyle Pitts to run by him for a 52-yard gain on the opening drive before giving up a 13-yard Olamide Zaccheaus touchdown on the following possession. Hall racked up an impressive 16 passes defensed in a starting role for the Jets last season, but New York's decision to sign Reed in free agency and draft Gardner fourth overall suggests the Jets likely view Hall as a long-term backup.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Breaks up 16 passes in Year 2Hall finished with 79 tackles (66 solo), 16 passes defensed and half a sack in 2021. Hall was initially viewed as a first-round talent in the 2020 NFL Draft but slipped to the fifth round after a major ankle injury. After taking some time to get back up to speed as a rookie, Hall took a major step forward in his second season, tying the likes of Jalen Ramsey and Xavien Howard for sixth league-wide with 16 passes defensed. While Hall probably lacks the ball skills to become a truly elite cornerback, he's already established himself as a legitimate starter at the position heading into his third NFL season.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Busy against BucsHall racked up nine tackles (seven solo) and two passes defensed in Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Buccaneers. Hall played well in coverage and in run support, though the Jets fell apart defensively after taking a 24-10 lead in the third quarter. The second-year cornerback out of Virginia has blossomed into a promising young starter on the outside for New York. Hall set a new single-game high with nine tackles and brought his season tackle total to 75 through 16 games. He's added 16 passes defensed.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Returns from COVID listHall (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday. Hall landed on the COVID list Monday after testing positive but was able to clear the league protocols relatively quickly. The 24-year-old has played at least 91 percent of the defensive snaps in all 15 games this season and has 66 tackles (55 solo), a half-sack and 14 passes defensed.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Placed on COVID-19 listHall (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports, and he tested positive for the virus, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Hall is in danger of missing his first game of the season if he can not clear protocols in time for Sunday when the Jets host the Buccaneers. The second-year pro has been a bright spot in the Jets' secondary, and he's tied for sixth in the NFL in passes defensed on the season.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Returns from NFI listThe Jets activated Hall from the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. Hall may have been dealing with the effects of a month on the COVID-19 list, but he's practiced for three weeks and appears ready for his NFL debut Sunday against the Patriots. Pierre Desir, Blessuan Austin and Brian Poole will continue starting at cornerback, but there could still be reps left over for Hall.... See More ... See Less
Bryce Hall: Starts season on NFI listHall was placed on the reserve/non-football list by the Jets on Sunday, Chris Ryan of NJ.com reports. Hall was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Aug. 27, but it's possible that he's still dealing with effects from illness. The 2020 fifth-round pick will hope to get healthy quickly before being activated for game action.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Bryce Hall: Activated off COVID listHall was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Manish Mehta of The New York Daily News reports. The rookie has spent almost a month on the COVID list and will now get the chance to take the field once again. It's a sizable amount of time to miss from camp, especially as a rookie, so Hall will have to catch up quickly in hopes of carving out a role on the team.... See More ... See Less
Rich Cimini@RichCimini1D agoJets optimistic on Rodgers' calf, RB Hall's rehab https://t.co/suMapoujlq
Dennis Waszak Jr.@DWAZ731D ago#Jets RB Breece Hall on Aaron Rodgers quizzing teammates during meetings: "You know you've got to be on your stuff because he expects you to be in this spot because you know he's going to get you the ball if you're in the right place."
Andy Vasquez@andy_vasquez1D agoBreece Hall said he is feeling more like himself again. He’s started to do some cutting, and feels like his speed will be all the way back. As for if he’ll be ready Week 1? “I’ll be ready when I’m ready.” He said he’s going to let his knee determine how his recovery progresses. https://t.co/QXcH9Hys4d
Al Iannazzone@Al_Iannazzone1D agoBreece Hall looking forward to getting back on the field. https://t.co/NjxUjUlNnJ
Brian Costello@BrianCoz1D agoBreece Hall: "I feel like myself again."
Rich Cimini@RichCimini1D agoJeff Ulbrich says the sophomore slump is a “real thing” for certain players, but he doesn’t see any signs of that with Sauce Gardner. Says he’s “more hungry” than ever. The challenge to Gardner, per Ulbrich: More takeaways. #Jets https://t.co/7jFEabCv6I
Brian Costello@BrianCoz1D agoJets confident Breece Hall will be ready for Week 1: 'Looks freaking good' https://t.co/Gu4qMBuzQw via @nypostsports
Rich Cimini@RichCimini1D agoAmong those present but not practicing are Randall Cobb, Breece Hall, Bam Knight, Tyler Conklin, Mekhi Becton and Micheal Clemons. #Jets
Eric Allen@eallenjets1D agoRobert Saleh said @nyjets RB @BreeceH is already hitting over 22 on the GPS. He tells reporters he's very optimistic on Hall's chances for Week 1. Saleh on Hall - looks strong, looks powerful. He looks awesome.
Al Iannazzone@Al_Iannazzone1D agoRobert Saleh said he’s very optimistic that Breece Hall will be ready for Week 1. #Jets