According to the New York Post, Jets QB Erik Ainge is set to miss the "majority" of the 2011 season after it was discovered that he has a torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder.
In addition to tearing his right rotator cuff, Jets QB Erik Ainge also underwent surgery to repair a stress fracture in his foot a few months ago.
Jets QB Erik Ainge, currently on the reserved/non-football illness list, has been diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder.
Jets QB Erik Ainge, currently on the reserved/non-football illness list, recently disclosed that he was a "really bad drug addict," escalating from marijuana to prescription meds, alcohol, cocaine and even heroin.
Jets QB Erik Ainge recently entered a drug treatment/rehab facility for "recreational issues."
Jets placed QB Erik Ainge on the reserved/non-football illness list.
Jets declared third QB Erik Ainge, QB Kevin O’Connell, WR Brad Smith, CB Lito Sheppard, S James Ihedigbo, G Matt Slauson, WR Jericho Cotchery, and LB Marques Murrell inactive for Week 7.
Jets declared QB Erik Ainge, QB Kevin O'Connell, LB Ryan Fowler, OL Matt Slauson, DE Mike DeVito, DL Ropati Pitoitua, and TE Matthew Mulligan inactive for Week 2.
Jets QB Erik Ainge has finally reported for the team's voluntary offseason program.
Coach Rex Ryan said Thursday that Erik Ainge has been absent from offseason workouts for "personal reasons."
Jets QB Erik Ainge has reportedly been absent from the team's offseason conditioning program.
2008 fifth-round pick Erik Ainge is reportedly a "non-factor" in the Jets' bid to replace Brett Favre.
NFL suspended Jets QB Erik Ainge four games for violating the league's steroids and related substances policy.
Jets placed rookie fifth-round QB Erik Ainge on injured reserve, ending his season.