FLORHAM PARK: The New York Jets and Cleveland Browns released their official injury reports for Thursday, Sept. 10. While there were no drastic changes made from Wednesday, there were a few of note:
For the Jets, rookie defensive end Leonard Williams (calf) and linebacker Erin Henderson (knee) practiced fully after being limited on Wednesday. Guards James Carpenter (back) and Willie Colon (knee) were limited after practicing fully the day before.
Defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip), tackle Ben Ijalana (knee), running back Chris Ivory (knee), receiver Jeremy Kerley (concussion) and linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin (knee) all also practiced fully.
After practice, Jets coach Todd Bowles confirmed all injured players --other than Geno Smith (jaw), Stevan Ridley (knee, PUP), Devin Smith (ribs) and Dee Milliner (wrist, short-term IR)-- are expected to play on Sunday.
For the Browns, receiver Dwayne Bowe (hamstring), cornerback Justin Gilbert (hip), quarterback Johnny Manziel (elbow), linebacker Barkevious Mingo (knee), linebacker Nate Orchard (back) and cornerback K'Waun Williams (abdomen) were limited. Running back Duke Johnson (concussion), linebacker Christian Kirksey (groin), receiver Marlon Moore (ribs), offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz (thumb) and Joe Thomas (non-injury) returned to practice fully.
Receiver Terrelle Pryor, who had been dealing with a hamstring injury, was waived after practice.
The Jets and Browns will each return to the practice field on Friday and afterwards, Bowles and Cleveland head coach Mike Pettine will announce the game status (probable, questionable, doubtful) for all injured players.