Jets' Keller upgraded, Landry DNP
As the New York Jets continued their weekly preparations, on Thursday they saw a pair of offensive players be upgraded from their practice statuses just a day prior.
Tight end Dustin Keller and change-of-pace running back Joe McKnight both were able to do more on Thursday. In the case of Keller, it was the first time he took repetitions this week. He told reporters after practice that he expects to play on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
Meanwhile safety LaRon Landry took a turn for the worse.
Here is the injury report for the Jets on Thursday:
Did Not Participate: OL Dennis Landolt (knee), S Eric Smith (hip/knee), S LaRon Landry (heel)
Limited Participation: TE Dustin Keller (hamstring), G Brandon Moore (hip), LB Bryan Thomas (ankle), DE Mike DeVito (calf)
Full Participation: HB Joe McKnight (hamstring), LB Nick Bellore (shoulder), WR Chaz Schilens (ankle), WR Santonio Holmes (ribs), CB Ellis Lankster (quad), LB David Harris (ankle), S Josh Bush (concussion), WR Stephen Hill (calf)
Changes from Wednesday to Thursday:
- TE Dustin Keller: DNP to LP
- HB Joe McKnight: LP to FP
- LB Nick Bellore: LP to FP
- S LaRon Landry: FP to DNP
- WR Stephen Hill: Listed on injury report for first time as FP on Thursday.
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