Zane Lewis suffers major injuries as multiple Jets exit Thursday’s practice

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Several Jets departed Thursday’s joint practice with the Packers with injuries.

The biggest blow was to defensive end Carl Lawson. He left practice on a cart after a left leg injury. He’ll have an MRI on his Achilles tendon, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo added that he was told Lawson felt a pop before going down.

The severity of Lawson’s injury is currently unknown.

Zane Lewis, a second-year defensive back, also left practice on a cart. He suffered a torn patellar tendon and a sprained ACL, according to Rapoport. He will undergo more tests.

Receiver Denzel Mims and defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins left practice with injuries as well, according to The Athletic’s Connor Hughes. No updates were given on either player, but the Jets pulled Mims as a precaution and don’t consider his injury to be serious, according to the New York Post’s Brian Costello.

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