Jets star Mosley does not have the 2020 season


Linebacker CJ Mosley of the New York Jets has decided not to start in the 2020 NFL season ESPN-Insider Adam Schefter with reference to league internal sources.

According to the report, the star linebacker will not play next season due to family health concerns. He is said to have sent his official letter with the explanation to his team on Saturday. That is the 28 year old.

With 16 million euros a year, Mosley is the highest paid player in the Jets roster. He received ten of them before the start of the season in mid-March, the other six would have flowed into his account as a classic basic salary.

After Adams, Mosley was the second loss for the Jets

With Mosley’s outage, the New York franchise has now lost its two best defensive players within a week of last Sunday.

Last season, Mosley signed a five-year, $ 85 million jet contract, but missed 14 games last season due to an injury.

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