I am always skeptical as to what espn reports, but Steph Bell had an analysis on AJ's surgery and said that a tendon was cut off that was causing the problem in the hamstring. She said it was more near the knee and not towards the butt as most hamstring injuries occur in this area. She said the part of the hamstring that was taken out was "not necessary" and that it is typically cut out and used to replace tendons in knee injuries. She also said that once the wound heals from the surgery that he can resume normal activities. She said that this kind of surgery is easier to target a return date because once the wound heals he is good to go. So it sounds like Jacksonville is a pretty good chance of return for AJ. Take this all with a grain of salt because who knows if she knows what she is talking about but it sounds better than what it looks like. I think the mason signing is a couple of things. One, the Jets were sick of Mason's mouth and were probably shopping him for next to nothing. Two, Houston plays Bal. this week and are a little desperate for a win, Mason can only help with some inside info. And 3, I think Jacoby Jones finally drew his last straw and they need someone out there that is competent.
RB:Charles, McCoy, Ware, Howard, Gillislee, Gio,
WR:Nelson, ARob, Hopkins, Enunwa, Meredith
DEF: Dallas, Arizona