News: 5 hours agoHall is dealing with "nicks and bruises" and will be limited at practice Wednesday, per coach Robert Saleh, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Spin: In the Jets' 24-20 win over the Steelers on Sunday, Hall saw action on 46 snaps on offense en route to recording 17 carries for 66 yards and a TD to go along with two catches of six targets for 12 yards. Though the running back's looming inclusion on the team's Week 5 injury report makes his status for this weekend's game against the Dolphins worth monitoring, at this stage it doesn't appear as though Hall's availability for the contest is in danger.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hall was selected by the Jets in the second round of April's draft. He is a well-built, three-down back who racked up 3,044 yards and 41 TDs on 532 carries during his final two seasons at Iowa State. Hall has passing-game chops, having caught 93 passes during three FBS seasons, and he rushed for a TD in an NCAA-record 24 consecutive games to finish his career. He's one of the youngest backs in this year's rookie class and he crushed the combine, running a 4.39 40-yard dash and posting a class-best 40-inch vert and 126-inch broad jump. Hall profiles as a potential feature back with a high fantasy ceiling, though Michael Carter will remain involved, especially in the passing game. Hall's combination of talent and opportunity should land him in the RB2 mix in 2022.