Cornerback Parry Nickerson, receiver Deon Cain and tight end Melindo Williams have been cleared to begin practicing with the Jets. The group’s participation in training camp has been predicated by the strength of their preseason injuries.
Defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day and running back Trenton Cannon are day-to-day after suffering hamstring strains. Center Spencer Long (knee) and defensive end Josh Martin (ankle) are also considered to be day-to-day.
Running back Mark Ingram is nearing full strength for the Saints after spending much of the offseason recovering from a hamstring injury.
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will not practice with his team on Wednesday, but his progress is encouraging for the Saints.
Geremy Davis, a third-round pick in this year’s draft, was placed on injured reserve after suffering a sprained knee.
The Jets are scheduled to begin training camp on July 25.
Forbes revealed this month that the Jets paid $1.4 million to 25 players last season.