Oct 7, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; New York Jets cornerback Kyle Wilson (20) reacts after the Jets defeated the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. The Jets defeated the Falcons 30-28. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets vs. New England Patriots: Wednesday Injury Report

Here is the first injury report of the week, first for the New York Jets:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

Pos. Player Injury
WR Santonio Holmes Foot/Hamstring
DB Kyle Wilson Concussion
WR Greg Salas Knee

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

Pos. Player Injury
DB Dee Milliner Hamstring
WR David Nelson Hamstring

FULL PARTICIPATION

Pos. Player Injury
LB Quinton Coples Ankle
DB Antonio Cromartie Hip/Knee
DL Kenrick Ellis Back
RB Chris Ivory Hamstring
DB Jaiquawn Jarrett Knee
WR Jeremy Kerley Back
RB Bilal Powell Neck
DB Darrin Walls Shoulder

It sounds like there could be good news for the Jets on the Dee Milliner front. Coach Ryan said today that he is optimistic that Milliner can play Sunday against the Patriots. That’s a great sign, especially the way Cromartie has been playing lately.

Now, for the New England Patriots:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

Pos. Player Injury
WR Amendola, Danny Concussion / Groin
G Connolly, Dan Concussion
DL Kelly, Tommy Knee
CB Talib, Aqib Hip
RB Washington, Leon Ankle

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

Pos. Player Injury
RB Bolden, Brandon Knee
WR Edelman, Julian Thigh
TE Gronkowski, Rob Back/Forearm
TE Hoomanawanui, Michael Knee
CB McCourty, Devin Shoulder
WR Slater, Matthew Wrist
DB Wilson, Tavon Hamstring

FULL PARTICIPATION

Pos. Player Injury
CB Arrington, Kyle Groin
DL Ninkovich, Rob Groin

The Jets already had some good news, with Jerrod Mayo being placed on IR. It would be even bigger news if Aqib Talib couldn’t go. It does sound like, however, we will not go a whole year avoiding Rob Gronkowski. We’ll stay on that as the week goes on as well as whether or not Talib is going to play.

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