Aug. 18, 2011; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller (81) before the game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE

Jets vs. Colts: Friday Injury Report

It’s Friday, so here is your final injury report for the game on Sunday. First, for the Jets:

DOUBTFUL:DL Sione Po’uha (Lower Back), DL Kenrick Ellis (Knee), RB John Conner (Hamstring), WR Clyde Gates (Shoulder), DB Eric Smith (Knee)

Coach Ryan has mentioned earlier this week that we will not see Eric Smith after he sprained his knee during practice. Nobody has been officially ruled out, but with none of them practicing, they are all not likely to play.

QUESTIONABLE:OL Nick Mangold (Ankle)

Nick was a limited participant in practice today, and coach Ryan is still hopeful that Mangold will be able to play on Sunday. It will be a big blow to the offense if he cannot go.

PROBABLE:DB Aaron Berry (Ribs), DB Antonio Cromartie (Shoulder), LB Nick Bellore (Shoulder), QB Mark Sanchez (Low Back), LB Calvin Pace (Achilles), OL Brandon Moore (Hip), OL Matt Slauson (Knee), OL Austin Howard (Back), TE Jeff Cumberland (Ribs), DB LaRon Landry (Heel), WR Jeremy Kerley (Finger/Illness), LB David Harris (Hamstring), LB Bart Scott (Toe), TE Dustin Keller (Hamstring), LB Bryan Thomas (Hamstring), WR Stephen Hill (Hamstring)

Now for the Colts:

OUT:LB Pat Angerer (Foot), RB Donald Brown (Knee), LB Robert Mathis (Knee), DE Fili Moala (Knee), G Joe Reitz (Knee), NT Martin Tevaseu (Ankle)

It can only bode well for the Jets that some veterans on both sides of the football will be out on Sunday night.

DOUBTFUL:CB Vontae Davis (Ankle)

PROBABLE:LB Dwight Freeney (Ankle), RB Mewelde Moore (Ankle), C Samson Satele (Knee)

Everyone else on this report, as doubtful, or probable, practiced at least on a limited basis, so expect all of them to be a go for Sunday.

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