Wednesday was no different.
Carroll added: "He's pretty determined to get this done."
This knee sprain has been gumming up what was supposed to be Wilson's grandest season yet. He was subject to an endless hype parade put on by Carroll this offseason but has put up rather pedestrian numbers -- 63.3 completion percentage, 755 yards, two touchdowns, one INT -- through three games so far, with the knee to blame.
The Jets' versatile front poses an interesting challenge to the suddenly less mobile Wilson. While coach Todd Bowles' unit has not been comprised of world beaters through three games -- the Jets are currently 22nd on Football Outsiders' latest DVOA rankings -- they do possess the neccessary firepower to cause problems for Wilson in the backfield.