New York City, NY- The New York Jets announced today that starting free safety Jon McGraw is expected to miss two-to-four weeks of action due to a right shoulder subluxation.<p>
McGraw, in his second NFL season was injured during the Jets' 30-3 win over the Buffalo Bills
on Sunday, October 12 at The Meadowlands. In five games this season, all of which he started, McGraw recorded 21 tackles, including a ten-tackle game at New England in week three, and a pass defensed.
As a rookie, McGraw played in 15 regular season games for the Jets last season and recorded 43 tackles (27 solo), two passes defensed, one interception, and a forced fumble on defense, as well as 18 tackles on special teams. McGraw joined the Club as a second-round draft selection in 2002.