Zach Wilson suffers a bone bruise and a torn meniscus.
For a change, the team received some positive injury news on Saturday.
The right knee injury to quarterback Zach Wilson is not as catastrophic as first thought.
Wilson has a meniscus tear and a bone bruise, an MRI on Saturday revealed, according to sources.
He is only anticipated to be absent for two to four weeks. He might not miss any regular-season games as a result.
In four weeks on Sunday, the Jets will play their season opener at MetLife Stadium against the Ravens.
The Jets won't know they are completely in the clear, despite the optimistic initial diagnosis, until the physicians operate on Wilson's knee to repair his meniscus.
There's a chance they'll find further damage.