Wednesday was looking like a big day for Jets running back Chris Ivory.

He’d been limited to individual work in training camp because of a hamstring issue but was scheduled to take part in a full practice for the first time. Ivory made it out to the field as planned but he wasn’t able to stay there for very long. Ivory had to leave the field after his hamstring tightened up leaving him to say that he felt he was “starting on the wrong foot” with the team that traded for him this offseason.

“Hamstrings are tricky” Ivory said via Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post. “It can feel good and you can go out there like I did today and I thought I was ready but I’m not ready. So it’s a feel thing. I don’t want to push it and make it a two-week injury. When it’s fixed I want to be able to stay out there and not go back and reinjure it.”