FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - New York Jets rookie wide receiver Jordan White has a broken left foot that will likely sideline him until training camp.
White, a seventh-round draft pick, broke the fifth metatarsal in the foot during the team's first session of organized team activities May 21. Team surgeon Dr. Ken Montgomery operated two days later at Morristown Memorial Hospital.
White has not yet signed but the Jets said Friday the injury will not affect negotiations.
White played at Western Michigan, where he redshirted in 2006 and again two years later because of knee issues. He rebounded last year to catch 140 passes for 1,911 yards.
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