Jets injury report: Braylon Edwards questionable

Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE

An update of the New York Jets' injury report as of Friday afternoon.

New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards (hamstring/knee) has been listed as questionable on the team's Friday injury report for Week 17's matchup with the Buffalo Bills.

In addition to Edwards, cornerback Ellis Lankster (concussion) was listed as questionable.

Tight end Dustin Keller (ankle), quarterback Greg McElroy (abdomen/concussion), wide receiver Chaz Schilens (knee) and outside linebacker Bryan Thomas (chest) were all listed as doubtful and were unable to participate in practice on Friday.

Defensive back Aaron Berry (hamstring) has already been declared out.

In addition, several players were listed as probable for Sunday. They are as follows:

TE, Jeff Cumberland (ankle/wrist)
DT, Kenrick Ellis (knee)
K, Nick Folk (back)
S, LaRon Landry (heel/hamstring)
P, Robert Malone (illness)
C, Nick Mangold (shoulder)
LB, Garrett McIntyre (elbow)
RB, Joe McKnight (ankle/illness)
G, Brandon Moore (foot/hip)
LB, Calvin Pace (shoulder)
DT, Sione Po'uha (back)
RB, Bilal Powell (shoulder/toe)
QB, Mark Sanchez (back)
LB, Ricky Sapp (ankle)
LB, Bart Scott (toe)
G, Matt Slauson (knee)
QB, Tim Tebow (ribs)
DL, Muhammad Wilkerson (concussion/knee)

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