Zach Wilson might still start the New York Jets' season from the starting position rather than the bench.
Wilson practised throwing on the field on Monday to test out his surgically repaired right knee, according to coach Robert Saleh.
"He looked good, felt good," Saleh said.
Wilson, who had surgery less than a month ago, might start Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, according to Saleh.
Saleh stated that the Jets will assess Wilson over the following two days and decide whether to start him or Joe Flacco on Wednesday.
Wilson underwent arthroscopic surgery in Los Angeles on August 16 to repair a bone bruise and torn meniscus.
"When Zach's ready to play and he's healthy, like I've said from the beginning - when he's healthy and he feels good, he's going to play football," Saleh said.