Here's an interesting series of moves ahead of Sunday's game:
Clark, one of the Jets' sixth round draft picks, had been on the non-football injury list. For more detail on him, check our our in-depth scouting report here.
After spending some time on the practice squad, Nelson was activated in October and immediately called into action against the Falcons. He had four tackles but gave up a few key plays. Having played only on special teams in the following week's game, he had been inactive ever since.
Langford is an interesting addition, who was the heir apparent to Le'Veon Bell at Michigan State and was drafted in the fourth round by the Bears in 2015. In two years with Chicago, Langford rushed for 737 yards and caught 41 passes, scoring 11 total touchdowns. His career so far peaked in the middle of his rookie year as he racked up 142 and 182 yards from scrimmage in consecutive games, adding three touchdowns. He hasn't played yet this season.
To make room for Langford, the Jets are placing recently-signed wide receiver Tre McBride on the injured list.