Geno Smith (broken jaw) has been cleared for football activities and practiced in full Wednesday.
Jets coach Todd Bowles said QB Geno Smith's (broken jaw) recovery timetable has not changed.
Geno Smith (broken jaw) is not expected back until Week 6.
Jets QB Geno Smith (broken jaw) is participating in positional drills in Monday's practice.
The New York Daily News' Manish Mehta reported "there's a growing sense" Geno Smith could return sooner than expected.
Jets GM Mike Maccagnan doesn't expect Geno Smith (broken jaw) to be placed on injured reserve/designated to return.
Jets coach Todd Bowles "wasn't happy" when he heard Geno Smith recently began throwing on his own immediately after jaw surgery.
Eyewitnesses told the Daily News that Geno Smith was "was up in (IK Enemkpali’s) face and pointed/touched his face" and "deserved it."
Geno Smith's (broken jaw) timetable depends on "how he heals," and the nature of his surgery.
Geno Smith will be sidelined 6-10 weeks after breaking his jaw in a "locker room altercation."
Geno Smith hasn't thrown an interception through eight training camp practices.
Geno Smith has thrown zero interceptions through the first four days of training camp.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora expects Geno Smith to get a "solid half season" to show he can maintain the Jets' quarterback job.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski said he "like(s) the future of the Jets with Geno Smith at quarterback."