Jets' Gase amid mounting injuries: 'Whoever has a pulse' needs to be ready
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New York Jets head coach Adam Gase is making a desperate call for action with numerous injuries plaguing his team.

Gase said the Jets need "whoever has a pulse" to be ready to go ahead of their Week 3 matchup Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, according to team reporter Brian Costello.

New York is expected to be without receivers Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman versus Indianapolis, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. Offensive linemen Connor McGovern and George Fant will also likely miss Sunday's action.

Additionally, the Jets placed starting running back Le'Veon Bell and rookie wideout Denzel Mims on injured reserve earlier this season.

The injuries to Mims, Crowder, and Perriman are projected to leave New York especially thin at wide receiver against the Colts.

Wideouts Chris Hogan, Braxton Berrios, and Josh Malone have combined for just 17 receptions and 150 receiving yards this season.

The Jets' offense currently ranks last in the NFL in total yardage.

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