FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Geno Smith's hopes for a breakout season with the Jets took a major blow — to the jaw.The presumptive starting quarterback will miss 6-10 weeks with a broken jaw after being punched by teammate Ikemefuna Enemkpali in the locker room Tuesday morning. Smith will require surgery.The Jets immediately released Enemkpali, a second-year outside linebacker.ESPN reported that the issue between the players derived from Smith's failure to reimburse Enemkpali $600 in airfare and limousine fees after Smith could not attend Enemkpali's charity event last month in Texas."It had nothing to do with football," coach Todd Bowles said of the altercation. "It was something very childish, and he got cold-cocked, sucker-punched — whatever you want to call it — in the jaw. You don't walk up to another man and punch him in the face."In a statement, Enemkpali said: "I apologize to the Jets organization, coaches, teammates and fans. Geno and I let our frustration get the best of us, but I should have just walked away from the situation. …It was never my intention to harm anyone."Smith will likely be out until at least a few weeks in to the regular season.Neither Bowles nor a handful of players available to the media would go into detail about the incident."This isn't a UFC match," guard Willie Colon said. "We're football players, not fighters." L.A. looks likelier SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Team owners met to hear more about moving at least one team to the Los Angeles market. The Chargers and Raiders presented a proposal for a stadium in Carson and Rams owner Stan Kroenke talked about his plan for a facility in Inglewood. Commissioner Roger Goodell said no voting occurred but it was clear the momentum was rolling toward at least one team relocating, perhaps as soon as next season. "I feel the likelihood is good," Giants owner Steve Tisch said. "I think it's better than 50-50." Deflategate: A federal judge urged Goodell and New England quarterback Tom Brady to find common ground before he lowers the gavel on a controversy over deflated footballs. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman is slated to meet with both parties today in Manhattan federal court. Newton defends role: Panthers quarterback Cam Newton defended his role in Monday's scuffle in practice with cornerback Josh Norman. "What's the blueprint of a franchise quarterback? Leading your team," Newton said Tuesday. "I'm not going to let anyone dictate how I play." Trade: The Patriots acquired guard Ryan Groy, who appeared in four games as a rookie last season, from the Bears for rookie linebacker Matthew Wells Browns: Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas did not sustain significant damage when he was hit on the right knee in Monday's practice. Coach Mike Pettine said Thomas might play in Thursday's preseason opener against Washington. Backup quarterback Johnny Manziel, limited in practice Tuesday by a sore right elbow, also is expected to play Thursday. Cardinals: The league suspended starting right tackle Bobby Massie three games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the Associated Press reported. Steelers: Garrett Hartley was signed to be the team's kicker two days after Shaun Suisham injured his left knee in a preseason loss to Minnesota on Sunday night.