The New York Jets ruled out safety Brodney Pool for the second straight week on Tuesday, two days before the Jets play the Denver Broncos on Thursday night.
"Brodney Pool is out. He had to get a cortisone shot in his knee (for) that swelling and all that stuff. But he's going to be out this week as well," said Jets coach Rex Ryan.
A long list of Jets joined Pool on the sidelines for Tuesday's practice, headlined by running back LaDainian Tomlinson (knee). Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (knee), tight end Shawn Nelson (illness) and wide receiver Patrick Turner (kidney) also missed the session.
Ryan said he expects Tomlinson, Kerley and Turner will all be game-time decisions.
"It being on a short week, is it good for a running back and all that?" said in regards to Tomlinson's MCL sprain. "Probably not, but I never want to hold it against him because I think I know the kind of competitor (Tomlinson) is. If he thinks he can help the team, he's going to go."
Cornerback Darelle Revis (knee) was limited in practice, but Ryan was not worried about his defensive star.
"Darrelle Revis was limited today. He had a knee. Don't worry, he's playing. I'm not even going to make the trip if Darrelle doesn't go," quipped Ryan.
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