Posted: 10/24/2020 7:38 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims on Saturday, Oct. 24, was activated off the Reserve/Injured list.
Huddle Up: Mims, a second-round pick from Baylor, has yet to play a snap this season due to dual hamstring injuries suffered in training camp. The winless Jets can certainly use his help with a banged-up wide receiver corps, but he's a speculative add in deeper leagues only at this point.
Posted: 10/21/2020 7:02 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) has a good chance to play in the Week 7 game, according to head coach Adam Gase.
Huddle Up: Mims has missed the first six weeks of the season because of his injury but may be active this week depending on how he does during practice. He probably will not have a big role in the passing game if he active, so fantasy players may want to see him play in a few games before considering him a fantasy option.
Posted: 10/19/2020 6:26 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) reportedly put in a lot of work with the scout team leading up to Week 6, and the hope is that will be a launching point for him to make his NFL debut in Week 7 versus the Buffalo Bills.
Posted: 10/14/2020 5:18 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) has been designated to return from the Reserve/Injured list. The team has 21 days to add him to the active roster.
Huddle Up: Mims has not played in 2020 because of hamstring injuries but could return in the next few weeks if he does not suffer any setbacks. It is not known if Mims would be eased back into the offense, but he has a chance to have some fantasy value during the second half of the season.
Posted: 10/08/2020 2:29 am UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) is still unable to make cuts, so it sounds like he is unlikely to play again in Week 5 against the Arizona Cardinals, beat writer Rich Cimini suggests.
Huddle Up: Mims has a ton of upside, but he has been unable to stay on the field for great lengths to show off his potential. He has fantasy appeal in long-term leagues, but he isn't a recommended option in standard play due to his propensity for injury.
Posted: 9/11/2020 9:11 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstrings) did not participate in practice Friday, Sept. 11, and has been ruled out for Week 1.
Huddle Up: Mims is dealing with injuries to both of his hamstrings and probably will be sidelined for an extended time. Fantasy players could consider stashing him on their bench if they have the roster space in hopes he can help later in the season.
Posted: 9/11/2020 4:26 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) injured his other hamstring in practice Thursday, Sept. 10, after missing most of training camp with a hamstring issue. Head coach Adam Gase said Friday, Sept. 11, that the latest hamstring injury isn't as bad, but added that 'it's not looking good' for Mims to play Sunday in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Mims' hammy issues have derailed any re-draft league fantasy value for the rookie, who's only worth hanging on to in dynasty formats.
Posted: 9/10/2020 9:09 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) was limited during practice Thursday, Sept. 10.
Huddle Up: Mims missed most of training camp because of the injury and probably would have a limited role in the passing game if he is active for Week 1. Fantasy players can keep him on the bench and look for other options for their lineups.
Posted: 9/09/2020 9:58 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) was listed as a full participant in practice Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Huddle Up: Mims, a rookie, will be a risky play early in the season but has plenty of upside to grow into a sizable role by year's end. He's worth a late-round flier in last-minute drafts.
Posted: 9/02/2020 4:36 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) said he believes he will be able to play in Week 1. Mims was limited during practice Wednesday, Sept. 2.
Huddle Up: Mims has missed most of training camp because of the injury and probably will be eased back into the offense over the first few weeks of the season. Fantasy players can consider Mims as a late round option because he should have a solid role when he is healthy.