When Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes said last week that he didn't know when he will return from his Lisfranc injury, the assumption was he meant didn't know whether or not he would be able to play early in the season. But Holmes is unsure if he will be playing at all. When asked Friday if he will play this season, Holmes replied, "I can't answer that question right now."
Holmes suffered a Grade 4 Lisfranc fracture in his left foot last September.
We have a long way to go in training camp, but Holmes has not even started running on his surgically repaired foot, and the regular-season Physically Unable to Perform list could be in his future. That would cost him at least six games. Braylon Edwards , Stephen Hill and slot receiver Jeremy Kerley are the Jets' top three wideouts right now. If you are in a 20-team PPR, I think Kerley has a dash of fantasy appeal. Hill has the most talent, but he's got to get/stay healthy as well.