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PRO FOOTBALL DAILY REPORT : AROUND THE NFL : Jets’ Receiver Moore Has Broken Wrist

The New York Jets, already thin at wide receiver, have lost one of their two experienced starters, Rob Moore.

The Jets disclosed that Moore broke his wrist in Saturday’s victory over Philadelphia.

“They told me I have to wait a week and let it calm down,” Moore said, “They’ll take the cast off in 10 days and see what it looks like.”

Former Miami Dolphin safety Louis Oliver, still recovering from a broken foot he suffered last November, could miss the first six games for the Cincinnati Bengals. Oliver underwent surgery in April to repair the stress fracture.

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Chuck Cecil, a Pro Bowl safety with Green Bay two years ago and a seven-figure player last season, was released by the Arizona Cardinals. . . . Kicker Scott Sisson was one of seven players cut by the New England Patriots. . . . Wide receiver Reggie Rembert was released by Cincinnati along with Patrick Robinson, who set a team record last year with 43 punt returns.


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