Returning to practice for the first time since Aug. 7 on Tuesday, McKinnon did not look good according to Lynch.


“It’s a real bummer because you keep getting to the final step and the final step is actually playing NFL football, and particularly at his position, where you have to make hard cuts, you have to put your foot in the ground, and we did it a month ago and he kind of regressed and I would say yesterday we had a similar situation. “So we’re trying to get to what’s the root cause of the problem that he’s having. And just because he’s working through it, I’m going to leave it at that, but yesterday was not encouraging from that standpoint for Jet. What that means, we’re not sure yet, but we’re working hard to find that out.”

McKinnon signed a four-year, $30 million contract with the team in 2018 after a strong season with the Minnesota Vikings.

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