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Updated May 21, 2019 10:42:06 New York Jets quarterback Bryce Petty is back to work after being sidelined for the past three games with a neck injury.
New York coach Todd Bowles said Tuesday that the former Heisman Trophy winner has a “pretty good chance” to play against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, and he expects him to play Sunday against Cincinnati.
It’s the first time Petty has played in consecutive games since Week 3 of last season.
In three previous games, Petty has thrown four touchdown passes and no interceptions.
“We’ll just see how Bryce feels,” Bowles told reporters on Tuesday.
“Hopefully, he feels better in the next few days.
It’ll be fun to see how he feels tomorrow.”
Petty was the subject of a trade request from the New England Patriots last week and the Jets signed him to a three-year deal after he was released by the Arizona Cardinals in the offseason.
He is scheduled to make $5 million this season.
The Jets are hoping to build on a successful 2017 season, which saw them finish fourth in the AFC East, reach the AFC Championship Game for the first and only time and win the division for the third straight season.
“I’m just happy to be back on the field and ready to go,” Petty said.
“To play in the playoffs again and to win it again, I’m just really excited to get back on that field and do it.”
The Jets won eight games in a row from 2016-17.
The team’s offensive line was among the league leaders in sacks and ranked third in yards per carry.
They finished eighth in the NFL in scoring defense and sixth in points allowed.