Jets' injury report: LB Bart Scott doubtful against Dolphins

Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

It is looking likely that Jets linebacker Bart Scott will sit out on Sunday, which would end an impressive streak.

The Jets released their final injury report Friday for their upcoming game against the Dolphins, and no players were identified as "out." Despite that, the list is long for New York, and is full of players on both sides of the ball.

Linebacker Bart Scott is a longshot to play. Scott has been battling turf toe, and will end 119-game playing streak if he misses the game against Miami on Sunday. Offensive tackle Jason Smith missed practice on Friday, and is listed as probable with a "non-football" situation.

Miami has a much shorter injury list, with cornerback Richard Marshall being the only player likely to be out on Sunday.

New York hosts the Dolphins in an important AFC East matchup. Miami has won two straight games, and now sits ahead of the Jets in the standings. New York will try and bounce back from an overtime loss to the Patriots last Sunday that could have put them in first place in the division.

Full report for both teams:

Jets

Doubtful

DT Kenrick Ellis

RB Bilal Powell

LB Bart Scott

Questionable

TE Jeff Cumberland

C Nick Mangold

RB Joe McKnight

DT Sione Po'uha

S Eric Smith

Probable

OL Vladimir Ducasse

WR Clyde Gates

WR Jeremy Kerley

S LaRon Landry

G Brandon Moore

LB Calvin Pace

QB Mark Sanchez

G Matt Slauson

OT Jason Smith

Dolphins

Out

CB Richard Marshall

Probable

S Reshad Jones

LB Koa Misi

RB Daniel Thomas

DE Cameron Wake

S Jimmy Wilson

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