Bart Scott and Joe McKnight are questionable for Thursday's game against the New England Patriots as the Jets try to recover on a short turnaround for their Thanksgiving game. Jeremy Kerley is probable with a hamstring injury.
Linebacker Bart Scott and running back Joe McKnight highlighted the list of players limited in practice for the New York Jets Tuesday, and their status remains up in the air for Thursday's game against the New England Patriots.
The injury report Tuesday was identical to the one Monday as the Jets prepare to play on only three days rest.
Scott has played in the last two games after missing two with a toe injury, which snapped a 119-game starting streak for the veteran linebacker. McKnight only carried the ball four times Sunday's matchup against the St. Louis Rams, as he was dealing with an ankle injury, meaning Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell got the majority of the team's carries. Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley was also limited, but he's officially probable to play Thursday with his tight hamstring.
A pair of backups were also injured: Defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis, who hurt his knee Sunday against the Rams, is questionable, while Aaron Berry was limited with a quad injury.