Jets injury report: Tim Tebow, Jeremy Kerley limited Wednesday

Joe Camporeale-US PRESSWIRE

Only two wide receivers are fully healthy for the New York Jets, as Jeremy Kerley and two others were listed on the team's Wednesday injury report. Tim Tebow was limited a week after not participating in the Jets' loss to the Patriots with fractured ribs.

Tim Tebow was limited in practice Wednesday, while three of the Jets' five wide receivers, including Jeremy Kerley, were either limited or unable to practice.

Tebow sat in Thursday's loss to the New England Patriots with fractured ribs, but was supposedly able to play in case something happened to Mark Sanchez. He was able to go somewhat in practice, although he's still questionable for Sunday's game. Rex Ryan would not indicate whether or not he would activate Greg McElroy as a third-string QB to make up for Tebow's injury.

As for the wide receivers, Clyde Gates was out of practice with a concussion, while Kerley was limited with heel and hamstring injuries (as well as an illness) and Chaz Schilens was limited with a concussion. That leaves Steven Hill and Mardy Gilyard, who was signed Tuesday, as the team's only healthy wide receivers.

Cornerback Aaron Berry sat with a quad injury, while defensive tackle Sione Pouha and linebacker Bart Scott were limited with back and toe injuries, respectively.

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