In Philadelphia Zach Wilson, the quarterback for the New York Jets, will undergo an MRI on his right knee on Saturday, but the team is optimistic that he will not require surgery, sources stated on Friday night following the team's preseason opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Wilson's ACL is "supposed to be intact," according to coach Robert Saleh, but the Jets declined to offer any other details.

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The early indications are that he reinjured his right PCL and that he might miss only a few weeks, sources told ESPN's Dianna Russini.

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Due to a sprained PCL in the same knee last season, Wilson, the No. 2 overall choice in 2021, missed four games.

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"I'm going to let the MRI play out and we'll figure it out [Saturday]," Saleh said after the Jets' 24-21 win.

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Wilson and the Jets had a terrible start to the preseason.

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Wilson seemed to suffer a non-contact injury to his knee during their second offensive series as he sprinted out of the pocket.

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At 3:43 in the first quarter, he hobbled to the locker room.

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"A lot of swear words," said Saleh, describing his reaction as he watched his quarterback leave the field.

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