6'1'' / 220 lbs
Hall rushed 12 times for 18 yards and caught one of two targets for nine yards in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Patriots.
After the Jets mustered just one first down on their first five drives, Hall picked up two by himself on the ground on their final possession of the first half, including a six-yard run on 4th and 1 to set up a field goal for New York's first points of the game. Outside of that drive, the Jets' offensive line didn't open up many holes for Hall or Dalvin Cook, who rushed for 18 yards on eight carries. Outside of two long Hall runs in Week 1, neither running back has mustered much heading into a Week 4 matchup with the Chiefs.
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Hall (knee) logged a full practice Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Hall's limited participation Wednesday and Thursday was due to load management on his surgically repaired knee. After following the same practice pattern last week, Hall was listed as questionable against Dallas, but he avoided an injury designation this time around. Hall got just four carries against the Cowboys as the Jets abandoned the run after falling behind early, but New York's expected to lean on the ground game more heavily in this AFC East rivalry game.
Hall (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday.
Hall was also limited Wednesday, but if last week's pattern is followed, the running back could return to a full session Friday. Either way, the Jets' final injury report of the week will clarify whether Hall (who has played in both of the team's first two games) approaches Sunday's contest against the Patriots listed as questionable or free of a Week 3 injury designation.
Hall (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports.
Hall's practice reps have been capped all season, with the Jets taking a cautious approach with his return from a torn ACL. He suited up for each of the team's first two games but saw his touches dip from 11 in Week 1 to four in Week 2 as the Jets fell behind early in Dallas and abandoned the run. "I only had four touches, that's why we struggled," Hall said after the Week 2 loss, per Andy Vasquez of NJ Advance Media, so the second-year running back is hoping for a larger workload in Sunday's upcoming home game against the Patriots.
Hall carried the ball four times for nine yards and failed to catch his two targets in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Cowboys.
QB Zach Wilson actually led the Jets with 36 rushing yards, as Hall and Dalvin Cook were held to a combined 16 yards on eight carries in another dominant performance by the Dallas defense. It was a disappointing showing for Hall after his huge Week 1 return from last season's knee injury, and until he demonstrates some consistency, he should be viewed as a risky option heading into a Week 3 tilt against the Patriots.
Hall (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Hall logged back-to-back limited practices to start the week, but his full participation Friday set the stage for the 2022 second-rounder to suit up Sunday. Per Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, coach Robert Saleh previously indicated that Hall is on track to remain on some level of a pitch count as the Jets ease the running back in after last year's torn ACL. In that arrangement, Dalvin Cook logged 16 touches to Hall's 11 in this past Monday's win over the Bills, a context that resulted Hall rushing 10 times for 127 yards (including an 83-yarder) and catching one of his two targets for 20 yards, while Cook carried 13 times for 33 yards and caught three passes for 26 yards.
Hall (knee) logged a full practice Friday but is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Dallas, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Hall started the week off with back-to-back limited practices, but his full participation Friday suggests the second-year running back is more likely than not to suit up Sunday. Per Cimini, coach Robert Saleh said Hall remains on a pitch count as the Jets ease the running back in after last year's torn ACL. Dalvin Cook had 16 touches to Hall's 11 in Monday's win over the Bills, and Cimini expects a similar distribution Sunday in Dallas.
Hall (knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Coming off a 10-carry, 127-yard rushing performance in the Jets' 22-16 overtime win over Buffalo on Monday, Hall has now been limited in both of the team's first practice sessions of Week 2. The Jets haven't suggested that Hall's limitations are the result of any setback with his surgically repaired knee, so his reps are presumably being capped for maintenance purposes more than anything. Hall should be ready to go by the time Sunday's game in Dallas arrives, and he could be in store for a slight uptick in playing time after logging just 17 snaps against Buffalo.
Hall (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday, Connor Hughes of SportsNet New York reports.
Hall will likely be a mainstay on the injury report in the first few weeks of the season as the Jets ease him in after last year's torn ACL, but the injury didn't inhibit his effectiveness in Monday's 22-16 win over the Bills. He racked up 109 yards on his first two carries and finished with 147 scrimmage yards on 11 touches. Hall's likely to earn more touches moving forward, and Wednesday's limited participation isn't indicative of a setback ahead of Sunday's game in Dallas.