Jets' Wednesday injury report: Bart Scott misses practice

Jeff Zelevansky

Bart Scott might miss his second consecutive game after playing in 119 straight, as the New York Jets' linebacker remained out of practice with a toe injury.

Bart Scott missed practice Wednesday and he might miss a second straight game with a toe injury when the New York Jets play the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. Previously, he had played in 119 consecutive games.

Scott missed the Jets' game against the Miami Dolphins before the bye week to break a games-played streak that dated back to 2004. The veteran linebacker might start a new streak of missed games Sunday, as he did not participate in the portion of practice available to media Wednesday, and was listed on the team's injury report. Scott has been the vocal leader of the Jets' defense since coming to the team in 2009, and although his numbers aren't stellar - he has 31 tackles and no sacks in seven games, not up to the production he's had in past years - the former All-Pro's presence was missed when the team allowed 30 points to the Miami Dolphins.

Also not participating were defensive Kenrick Ellis, who has a knee injury, and running back Joe McKnight, who has an ankle injury. Matt Ehalt of ESPN New York reported that Bryan Thomas also did not participate, but he was not listed on the team's official injury report.

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