Enunwa is currently on injured reserve with a neck injury. He claims he failed to attend the sessions because he was dealing with an emergency at home and taking his wife out for a Veteran's Day lunch.
The receiver claimed he shouldn't have to be in the building to be "reminded every day of what I can't do" after a doctor only gave him a 50% chance to continue playing because the injury is the second of his career.
This isn't the first incident between the Jets and an injured player. Veteran guard Kelechi Osemele is considering legal action against team doctors over the handling of his shoulder injury. New York and Osemele disagreed on the severity of the shoulder issue, and the franchise fined him nearly $580,000 for detrimental conduct before releasing him in late October.
Earlier in November, backup quarterback Luke Falk reportedly filed a grievance against the Jets after the team didn't list him on the injury report prior to his final start or during the week before his release.