New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Friday Injury Report

Oct 13, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) sits on the bench with wide receiver Santonio Holmes (10) during the second half at MetLife Stadium. The Steelers defeated the Jets 19-6. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

It’s Friday, so that means time for the official injury statuses for the game on Sunday. First, for our New York Jets:

OUT

Pos. Player Injury
WR Santonio Holmes (DNP) Hamstring

QUESTIONABLE

Pos. Player Injury
OL Nick Mangold (LP) Ribs
WR Greg Salas (LP) Knee

PROBABLE

Pos. Player Injury
DB Antonio Allen (FP) Groin/Finger
LB Nick Bellore (FP) Thumb
LB Quinton Coples (FP) Ankle
WR Josh Cribbs (FP) Knee
DB Antonio Cromartie (FP) Hip
TE Jeff Cumberland (LP) Hamstring
DL Kenrick Ellis (FP) Back
WR Jeremy Kerley (FP) Hamstring
LB Garrett McIntyre (FP) Knee
DB Dee Milliner (FP) Hamstring
WR David Nelson (FP) Hamstring
TE Konrad Reuland (FP) Knee
DB Darrin Walls (FP) Shoulder

Don’t be too worried about Nick Mangold listed as questionable. Coach Ryan made it pretty clear that he will be on the field Sunday. The only one out is Holmes, so it’s pretty much all hands on deck on Sunday.

Now for the Cincinnati Bengals:

OUT

Pos. Player Injury
CB Leon Hall Achilles
DT Devon Still Elbow

QUESTIONABLE

Pos. Player Injury
HB Rex Burkhead (LP) Calf

PROBABLE

Pos.

Player

Injury

DE

Wallace Gilberry (FP)

Knee

WR

Marvin Jones (LP)

Shoulder

LB

Rey Maualuga (LP)

Hamstring

CB

Terence Newman (FP)

Ankle

I would have liked to have seen them missing Marvin Jones, but I guess we can’t all get what we want. I’m ready for Sunday, let’s get it!

Topics: Jets Vs Bengals Injury Report, New York Jets

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