WATCH: Jets Practice & Injury Report, Sept 9

Who practiced, and who didn't, for the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns?

FLORHAM PARK: The New York Jets and Cleveland Browns released their first injury reports prior to the two teams' matchup this Sunday. 

For the Jets, Geno Smith was the only player that didn't practice in at least some capacity as the quarterback continues to work his way back from a fractured jaw. Receiver Devin Smith (ribs) was limited, but Jets coach Todd Bowles has already ruled him out. In addition to Smith, linebacker Erin Henderson (knee), safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (shoulder) and Leonard Williams (calf) were also limited, but unlike Smith, all are expected to play. Williams, according to Bowles, will be a full-go. 

Defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), guard James Carpenter (back), guard Willie Colon (knee), cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip), offensive tackle Ben Ijalana (knee), running back Chris Ivory (knee), receiver Jeremy Kerley (concussion) and linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin (knee) all practiced fully. 

As for the Browns, just offensive tackle Joe Thomas missed practice, but for personal reasons, while receiver Marlon Moore (ribs) and offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz (thumb) practiced fully. 

Receiver Dwayne Bowe (hamstring), cornerback Pierre Desir (concussion), cornerback Justin Gilbert (hip), cornerback Joe Haden (hip), running back Duke Johnson (concussion), linebacker Christian Kirksey (groin), quarterback Johnny Manziel (right elbow), linebacker Barkevious Mingo (knee), linebacker Nate Orchard (back), receiver Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) and cornerback K'Waun Williams (abdomen) were limited. 

Both the Jets and Browns will return to the practice field Thursday. 

Connor Hughes is the New York Jets beat writer for The Journal Inquirer and He can be reached on Twitter (@Connor_J_Hughes), or via email (


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