NFL injury report: Jets CB Aaron Berry says he'll be 'alright'

David Welker

If Aaron Berry knows his body as well as he hopes, then the Jets may have dodged another blow to their already injury-ravaged secondary.

New York Jets cornerback Aaron Berry left Sunday's game with a strained quad but he believes he'll be "alright," according to the Star Ledger's Conor Orr.

Berry suffered the injury in the third quarter and did not return. Head coach Rex Ryan didn't know the severity of the injury when asked but Berry didn't seem too worried when he was questioned personally.

Then again, with the Jets having a short turnaround this week thanks to their Thanksgiving game, it's possible that they might elect to hold Berry out. New York's secondary would be spread quite thin against the Patriots' high-flying attack if Berry is forced to rest, as they already have cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Isaiah Trufant on injured reserve.

In other injury news, defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis left Sunday's game briefly with a knee injury but later returned, signalling that he should be good to go for the Jets' Turkey Day showdown against New England.

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