Jets' Quincy Enunwa diagnosed with spinal stenosis
New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa revealed Monday that he has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis.
Enunwa has suffered two neck injuries in the past three seasons, limiting him to just 12 appearances in that span, including just one in 2019. He is signed with the Jets through 2021, though it's not clear if/when Enunwa will be cleared to play again. Enunwa turns 28 in May.
Enunwa has 119 career catches on 222 targets for 1,617 yards and 5 touchdowns in 41 games.
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