CORTLAND, N.Y. -- It's been a tough couple of days for the New York Jets' top two draft picks.
On Sunday, tight end Jace Amaro injured his right knee in a 7-on-7 drill and received medical attention from the trainers. Amaro's right knee was wrapped with ice, and he watched the remainder of the practice from the sideline. The second-round pick tried to jog and attempted a few light cuts, but he struggled to put weight on it. That he wasn't carted off was a good sign. We'll have an update later.
Meanwhile, first-round pick Calvin Pryor, who suffered a head injury on Saturday, didn't practice. The hard-hitting safety was tested for a possible concussion. No word yet on the results.