Jets injuries: Stephen Hill misses practice

Alex Trautwig

New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill was unable to practice on Wednesday due to an illness.

New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill was sent home from Wednesday's practice due to an illness. Hill did not have any receptions and was not targeted in the Jets 28-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The Jets were also missing running back Bilal Powell at practice. Powell suffered a concussion against Seattle.

Running back Joe McKnight (ankle), defensive tackle Sione Po'uha (back/ankle) and linebacker Bart Scott (toe) were all limited in practice on Wednesday. The injuries to Powell and McKnight contributed to the Jets signing running back Kahlil Bell this week.

Defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis returned to practice on Wednesday after missing the last four games with a knee injury. Also listed on the injury report, but fully participating in Wednesday's practice were: tight end Jeff Cumberland (wrist), defensive end Mike DeVito (finger), wide receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder), defensive tackle Damon Harrison (thumb), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (heel), safety LaRon Landry (heel), center Nick Mangold (ankle/thumb), guard Brandon Moore (hip), linebacker Calvin Pace (shoulder), quarterback Mark Sanchez (back), guard Matt Slauson (knee), safety Eric Smith (knee) and quarterback Tim Tebow (ribs).

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