Smith's jaw was broken in two places when he was punched by Enemkpali last month.
At the time, Jets head coach Todd Bowles referred to the punch as a "sucker punch."
Smith participated in individual drills on Monday for the first time since suffering the injury.
Geno was the punch-ee, but it's probably best for all involved that he let this embarrassing story die. I'm so over this story and this whole situation and I don't want to go back and try to assign blame after the situation or watch the court bear all of this stuff out. The result of the incident was that Geno Smith lost his job for behavior by both players that the head coach referred to as childish. The best way out from here is to work hard and demonstrate readiness for game action.
It seems like there's only a shred of hope left that Geno can become an unquestioned multi-year starter for the New York Jets and the only way that will happen is that he needs to work hard and be ready. For Geno getting back into the starter's sport means that there's been issues of performance or injury with Ryan Fitzpatrick and only then will he get a shot at proving what he can bring to an upgraded Jets offense.