The New York Jets released their first injury report for Week 5 on Wednesday and just like the Pittsburgh Steelers, they had several players sit out practice.
Not practicing Wednesday for the Jets were quarterback Bryce Petty (shoulder), wide receiver Eric Decker (shoulder), cornerback Darrelle Revis (hamstring), guard Brian Winters (concussion), wide receiver Jalin Marshall (shoulder) and tight end Braedon Bowman (knee).
Jets head coach Todd Bowles really didn’t provide much of a prognosis on those players who didn’t practice Wednesday during his afternoon session with the media.
“I’m not sure, he’s progressing every day,” Bowles said when asked what his confidence level is at currently in terms of Revis possibly playing Sunday against the Steelers.
As for Decker’s status, Bowles was just as vague.
“He’s progressing,” said Bowles. “He hasn’t practiced yet, so same thing, just got to wait and see.”
Limited on Wednesday for the Jets were running back Matt Forte (knee) and tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder). Both players are expected to be ready to play against the Steelers on Sunday.
Wide receiver Robby Anderson (back), wide receiver Brandon Marshall (foot), linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin (illness), wide receiver Jeremy Ross (hamstring) and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle) all practiced fully on Wednesday