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11/17/14 - TE Jace Amaro (illness) missed practice Monday. Amaro should be fine for the Jets' game against the Bills on Sunday. The rookie ranks second on the Jets in receptions (34), receiving yards (291) and touchdowns (two).
11/10/14 - TE Jace Amaro had a five-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter of the Jets' 20-13 win over the Steelers on Sunday afternoon. Amaro finished the day with two catches for five yards, though he had a 21-yard gain wiped out due to offensive pass interference. He leads NFL rookie tight ends in both receptions (34) and touchdowns (two).
10/12/14 - TE Jace Amaro was the focal point of the passing game Sunday, when he had 10 catches for 68 yards and the first touchdown of his career. Amaro, the first Jets tight end with at least 10 catches in a game since Johnny Mitchell had 11 receptions against Minnesota on Nov. 20, 1994, is a weapon both as a dump-off option and on vertical plays. His measurements (6-foot-5, 265 pounds) and athleticism can make him impossible to cover. On his touchdown catch, a falling Amaro corralled the ball and managed to get both feet in bounds. Whoever is throwing the ball to Amaro next year will have quite the security blanket.
09/28/14 - TE Jace Amaro had four yards in his first NFL game against the Oakland Raiders but in the last games, he has eight receptions for 99 yards.
09/11/14 - TE Jace Amaro's career got off to a quiet start last Sunday, when he had two catches for seven yards and played just 21 of the Jets' 70 offensive snaps in a 19-14 win over the Raiders.
Of course, the Jets didn't spend a second-round draft pick on Amaro to use him less than one-third of the time. Ryan said Wednesday that he didn't want to guarantee a particular snap count for Amaro but that the rookie -- whose performance improved dramatically throughout training camp -- will almost surely see more time going forward.
"We know Jace is a good football player," Ryan said. "And we'll definitely use him. Will he play more than 20 snaps? That's certainly a possibility."