Wednesday's injury report for the season-opening contest between the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills has been released, and tight end Dustin Keller and safety Eric Smith were the only two Jets' players that didn't practice. Keller, who admitted to reporters he did run routes and expects to play Sunday, is recovering from a hamstring injury, while Smith is battling a hip injury that he suffered in New York's preseason finale.
The only player listed as out for Sunday's game is offensive lineman Dennis Landolt (knee). Meanwhile, running back Joe McKnight (hamstring), linebackers Bryan Thomas (ankle) and Nick Bellore (shoulder), defensive linemen Sione Pouha (lower back) and Mike DeVito (calf) and offensive lineman Brandon Moore (hip) were all limited in practice.
Key players - wide receivers Santonio Holmes (ribs) and Chaz Schilens (ankle), and defensive backs Ellis Lankster (quad) and Laron Landry (heel) -- all had full participation in practice.
As for the Bills, they had only four players listed on their injury report. The biggest name was wide receiver Stevie Johnson (groin) who was limited in practice.
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