Jets WR Elijah Moore in concussion protocol, TE Tyler Kroft dealing with chest injury

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Elijah Moore looks up with helmet off vs. Broncos
Elijah Moore looks up with helmet off vs. Broncos

Jets head coach Robert Saleh gave the news everyone expected on WR Elijah Moore following Sunday's loss to the Denver Broncos.

Moore is in concussion protocol after taking a big hit on an end around play and exiting Sunday's game.

Depending on how Moore responds and how severe the concussion is, there's a chance that he won't be available for the game against the Tennessee Titans this week.

Moore has gotten off to a slower start than many expected given his terrific training camp. However, the Jets' offense as a whole has struggled since they set a solid foundation in Week 1 with Zach Wilson at the helm.

Also on offense, TE Tyler Kroft is dealing with a chest injury.

Saleh didn't explain the severity of that ailment, either, but Kroft has been taking most of the tight end reps on game day. So being without him would be a big loss.