Quincy Enunwa

Quincy Enunwa Fantasy

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2020
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Height / Weight
6'2" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
May 31, 1992 (28)
Experience
6th Season
Drafted
2014 / Rd. 6 / Pk. 209 (NYJ)
College
Nebraska

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Quincy Enunwa News

Quincy Enunwa Wants To Play Again

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (neck) says that he is not giving up on playing in the NFL again. He will battling a career-threatening neck injury that will cost him the 2020 season. Enunwa missed the 2017 season with a neck injury and only played one game in 2019 before reinjuring himself. After the 2020 season he will have missed almost three of the last four seasons. The 27-year-old receiver wants to play again, but knows that isn't under his control. He is under contract through the 2021 season, but it's unclear if he'll actually play again.

May. 27th • 6:18 PM
Jets Put Quincy Enunwa, Josh Bellamy On PUP List

The New York Jets placed wide receivers Quincy Enunwa (neck) and Josh Bellamy on the reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list on Tuesday, meaning that both players will miss the entire 2020 season. Enunwa was a promising wideout for the Jets, but he missed the 2017 and 2019 seasons due to a serious neck injury, and his career is hanging on by a thread because of it. He averaged at least 11 yards per catch over three seasons for Gang Green. Bellamy, 31 this month, caught just two passes for 20 yards in seven games in his lone season with New York last year. Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder are set up to be the team's top two receivers heading into the 2020 season.

May. 5th • 4:55 PM
Quincy Enunwa Remains A Question Mark

New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas acknowledged that wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (neck) remains a "big question mark" heading into the 2020 season and beyond. Enunwa played in just one game in 2019 before being shut down for the year, and he was diagnosed with spinal stenosis. He also played in just 1 games in 2018 due to neck and back issues, and it's unknown if he'll ever be 100 percent again, which makes it hard for the Jets to rely on him behind Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder. If healthy, the 27-year-old (28 in May) wideout would likely be the team's No. 3 receiver, but he'll have to compete with Josh Doctson and Vyncint Smith and prove he's healthy in training camp.

Apr. 6th • 11:00 AM

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