The Jets placed safety Bradley McDougald on injured reserve, the team announced on Saturday, as part of a slew of roster moves in advance of the team’s Week 8 matchup against the Chiefs on Sunday.
As the Chiefs prepare to play the New York Jets on Sunday, Reid knows one of the intriguing subplots will be running back Le'Veon Bell's first shot at his former team. The two-time All-Pro joined the Chiefs after a rather acrimonious split with the Jets a couple weeks ago. And, after a get-your-feet wet game against the Denver Broncos last weekend, Bell could take on a much bigger role — with glee — when the Super Bowl champs face the winless Jets at Arrowhead Stadium.
Castillo was elevated from the practice squad last week to step in for Sam Ficken, who injured his right groin during practice last week. Castillo made a 29-yard field goal and an extra point in his NFL debut last Sunday against Buffalo. New York also placed safety Bradley McDougald on injured reserve, activated cornerback Arthur Maulet from IR and elevated linebacker Bryce Hager and wide receiver Jaleel Scott from the practice squad.