Data Scout Notes: 2015: 2ndC/3rdM...PLombardi/PNagurski...2014: NAC
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Draft Scout *Darron Lee News
08/21/17 - LB Darron Lee of the Jets will not face discipline from the NFL for an incident that occurred at a music festival in June. Video appeared to show Lee getting into an argument with his girlfriend before he was restrained and forcibly removed by teammate Leonard Williams, a 6-5, 300-pound defensive lineman. No arrests were made in the incident, which occurred at Governors Ball Music Festival in New York on June 3. Lee, who was the 20th overall pick in 2016, recorded 73 tackles in 13 games as a rookie linebacker last season.
11/11/16 - LB Darron Lee (ankle) will play Sunday after missing three games.
10/19/16 - ILB Darron Lee was diagnosed with a sprained ankle. He was injured in the third quarter Monday in a 28-3 loss to the Cardinals. He did not practice Wednesday, and his availability for Sunday's game against the Ravens is unknown.
10/18/16 - ILB Darron Lee (ankle) was injured in the third quarter of the Jets' 28-3 loss to the Cardinals on Monday night. Lee did not return to the game and underwent testing on Tuesday. Head coach Todd Bowles said he would have a better idea Wednesday of Lee's availability for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
09/13/16 - ILB Darron Lee, who was briefly injured against the Bengals but should be fine for Thursday, has to put his sideline-to-sideline skills to good use in order to contain running back LeSean McCoy and tight end Charles Clay on short passes. The Jets' need for a fast, second-level linebacker was on display again against the Bengals, when tight end C.J. Uzomah got wide open for a 54-yard gain and was all alone at the goal line when he couldn't corral an underthrown pass by Andy Dalton.