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12/15/14 - S Calvin Pryor (shoulder) was injured in the second quarter of the Jets' 16-11 win over the Titans on Sunday but returned for the second half. Pryor, who said he suffered a stinger, didn't show any ill effects the rest of the game and actually knocked Titans RB Shonn Greene from the game with a hard hit in the fourth quarter.
12/14/14 - S Calvin Pryor (stinger) missed some time in the first half, but was able to return to the game. The rookie from Louisville, who finished with five tackles, isn't expected to miss next week's game at home with New England.
09/28/14 - S Calvin Pryor assisted on one of the Jets' four sacks and assisted on three tackles. He also left the game with a thigh injury and the Jets did not have an immediate update afterward.
07/30/14 - SS Calvin Pryor (concussion) missed a third straight practice July 30. Pryor was hurt during a special teams drill on July 27. The Jets expect him to return to practice before the Green/White Scrimmage on Aug. 2.
07/27/14 - S Calvin Pryor sustained a concussion in practice, coach Rex Ryan confirmed Sunday. Ryan said the rookie was injured in a special teams drill on Saturday while blocking on a kick return.
"Pryor now will go through the protocol, so it is a concussion," Ryan said. "Apparently it was on a kick when we were doing a kick return drill and he was blocking and the returner kind of got knocked into him and kind of just hit him right. It's one of those things. One of those heavyweights hit you in the chin, the lights go out I guess."
Ryan said he wouldn't hesitate to play starters on special teams.
"When you look at it, we're going to play them all," Ryan said. "We're going to have a bunch of those guys on all our special teams. ... We think we have to get better on teams, we want to be one of the top special teams units in the league. It's really all hands on deck."