Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Jets' picks: Round 4/112 -- Joe McKnight, RB, 5-11, 198, Southern Cal, McKnight rushed for 1,014 yards as a junior last season, averaging 6.2 yards per carry and has an excellent burst and the ability to shift gears in the open field. His ability to run between the tackles has been questioned at times. - by The Sports Xchange
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09/21/14 - RB Joe McKnight was a revelation Sunday with six catches for 64 yards and two scores. McKnight also gained 65 yards on three kickoff returns. McKnight is still only 26. He showed flashes in his first three years in the NFL, all with the Jets. In 2011, for example, he averaged 31.6 yards per kickoff return, including one for a touchdown. He averaged 27.5 yards per kickoff return in 2012 before sitting out last season.
09/01/14 - RB Joe McKnight sat out the 2013 season after he was released by the Jets, but he made the Chiefs roster on the first edition of the team's 53-man roster. McKnight overcame arthroscopic knee surgery in June and missed the early weeks of training camp. But he got a major opportunity for snaps against Green Bay and produced 95 yards and a touchdown run on 13 plays with the ball in his hands. McKnight also had a touchdown catch wiped out by a penalty.
08/19/14 - RB Joe McKnight did not play in preseason game No. 2 against Carolina because of recurring problems with a knee that required surgery back in June. McKnight had been practicing over the last week and seemed to be moving about without problem.
08/08/14 - RB Joe McKnight has been given the go ahead for full-time practice participation after missing the bulk of the first two weeks of training camp recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his knee. McKnight had the procedure in mid-June, after the Chiefs' offseason program ended and he has been working hard at rehab.
08/05/14 - RB Joe McKnight finally got on the practice field August 4, after rehabbing in the first 10 days of training camp after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his knee in the middle of June. McKnight won't play in the Chiefs first preseason game, but is expected to get a full practice turn when the players report back for camp this weekend. "We'll ease him back into things," said head coach Andy Reid