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Jets vs. Dolphins: Friday Injury Report

Here are your final injury statuses for Sunday’s game. First for the Jets:

DOUBTFUL

DL Kenrick Ellis (Knee)
RB Bilal Powell (Shoulder)
LB Bart Scott (Toe)

None of these guys practiced today, so they are not likely to play. The one with the greatest chance would be Bart Scott, as Rex Ryan stated earlier this week that Bart won’t have to practice in order to play on Sunday.

QUESTIONABLE

RB Joe McKnight (Ankle)
DL Sione Po’uha (Low Back)
DB Eric Smith (Knee)
OL Nick Mangold (Ankle)
TE Jeff Cumberland (Wrist)

These guys were all limited in practice, except for Joe McKnight who didn’t practice. Joe, however, said that his ankle is actually feeling better than it did last week, and last week he performed quite well. The least likely to play in this group would be Po’uha and McKnight, although there is a pretty good shot that everyone on this list plays on Sunday.

PROBABLE

DB LaRon Landry (Heel)
QB Mark Sanchez (Low Back)
OL Brandon Moore (Hip)
OL Matt Slauson (Knee)
WR Jeremy Kerley (Finger)
WR Clyde Gates (Shoulder)
OL Vlad Ducasse (Knee)
LB Calvin Pace (Shin)
OL Jason Smith (Non-football)

Now for the Dolphins:

OUT

CB Richard Marshall (Back)

PROBABLE

S Reshad Jones (Heel)
LB Koa Misi (Hamstring)
RB Daniel Thomas (Concussion)
DE Cameron Wake (Neck)
S Jimmy Wilson (Ankle)

All of these guys should be a go on Sunday.

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