Dec. 2, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller (81) celebrates on the field against the Arizona Cardinals during the first half at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Jets vs. Bills: Wednesday Injury Report

The Jets may just be playing out the string, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t bring you the injury reports as we do every week. So here is your initial report for Sunday’s game, first for the Jets:


TE Dustin Keller Ankle
DL Muhammad Wilkerson Concussion/Knee
DB Ellis Lankster Concussion
WR Chaz Schilens Knee
DB Aaron Berry Hamstring
WR Braylon Edwards Knee/Hamstring
LB Bryan Thomas Chest

This is not good for Dustin Keller, who it more and more seems like is spending his last week in a Jets uniform. Hopefully Braylon Edwards will be able to play, as the Jets need a veteran weapon on the field.


DL Kenrick Ellis Knee
QB Mark Sanchez Low Back
OL Matt Slauson Knee
TE Jeff Cumberland Wrist
LB Calvin Pace Shoulder
OL Nick Mangold Shoulder
LB Bart Scott Toe
RB Joe McKnight Ankle
RB Bilal Powell Shoulder
LB Garrett McIntyre Elbow
K Nick Folk Mid Back
OL Brandon Moore Hip/Foot
QB Tim Tebow Ribs
DL Sione Pouha Low Back
QB Greg McElroy Abdomen
P Robert Malone Illness
LB Ricky Sapp Ankle
DB LaRon Landry Heel/Hamstring

The biggest one to note is McElroy, as he is making his first trip on the list, but it isn’t supposed to be serious. He should be able to go Sunday.

Now for the Bills:


FS Jairus Byrd Ankle
TE Scott Chandler Knee
G Andy Levitre Knee
WR Ruvell Martin Not Injury Related
SS Da’Norris Searcy Groin
DT Kyle Williams Ankle


DE Mark Anderson Knee
LB Nick Barnett Knee
FB Dorin Dickerson Ankle
WR Marcus Easley Hamstring
CB Justin Rogers Foot
LB Chris White Hamstring
C Eric Wood Knee


RB C.J. Spiller Shoulder
DE Mario Williams Wrist

We’ll be back tomorrow with the updates. Stay warm Jets fans.

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