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6/11:New York Jets tight end Jordan Leggett, who missed all of his rookie season after injuring his right knee in the preseason finale, says he is between 90 and 100 percent healthy entering mandatory minicamp this week. Assuming he is healthy, Leggett will compete with rookie Chris Herndon for starting tight end duties in 2018. Leggett's knee surgery was just a cleanup, and he was adamant that he didn't have any torn ligaments. He wore a brace on his knee during organized team activities and will "probably" continue to do so. New York's competition at tight end will be settled in training camp, but Leggett has a leg up on the job. Still, he's nothing more than a dart throw as a TE2 in deeper formats.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: New York Daily News - Daniel Popper

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