Jets vs. 49ers injury report: Bart Scott, Dustin Keller questionable

The New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers have released their Friday injury reports, and both teams have a number of players that are questionable for Sunday's match-up at MetLife Stadium.

Jets linebacker Bart Scott is listed as questionable as he deals with a toe injury. Scott was limited in practice all week. Joining him on the questionable list are tight end Dustin Keller (hamstring), fullback John Conner (knee), outside linebacker Bryan Thomas (hamstring), and wide receiver Patrick Turner (hamstring).

Wideout Stephen Hill is doubtful after missing practice this week with a hamstring injury.

The 49ers are dealing with a much shorter list of injuries. Defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga is battling knee and ankle injuries. Sopoaga has not practiced this week and is questionable for Sunday. Wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr. (ankle) and running back Brandon Jacobs (knee) are also listed as questionable as both were limited in practice.

The full list of injuries can be found here.

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