Enunwa’s 2017 season ended before it began when it was discovered that he needed surgery to repair a bulging disc in his neck. He had led the Jets in receiving yards in 2016, when the departure of Brandon Marshall and an injury to Eric Decker created an opportunity. The Jets are somewhat thin at receiver behind Robby Anderson, so Enunwa has a chance to return to relevance. He pairs a 6-2, 225-pound body with 4.45 speed.
Anderson became the Jets’ No. 1 receiver last year in Enunwa’s absence and is the favorite to hang on to that unofficial title. The Jets’ passing game is in a state of transition, with veteran QBs Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater keeping the seat warm for rookie Sam Darnold.
Some of your rivals may have forgotten about Enunwa after his lost 2017 season, but it’s worth remembering the contributions he made in 2016 and monitoring his performance in training camp and the preseason.