Bryce Petty finally caught a break. The Jets quarterback was diagnosed with a Grade 1 MCL sprain in his left knee after an MRI exam on Sunday, a source confirmed. That is a much better diagnosis than the dreaded ACL tear, which would have ended his season. Players can play with an MCL sprain, and...
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