Linebacker Jason Glenn (arm-out) had the cast removed from his broken arm, but still will be out at least another two weeks. He is primarily a special teams player. He hasn't been able to do any upper body work for a month. He also couldn't run, so he has a lot of conditioning work to do now.
Safety Rashad Washington (questionable-foot) has missed a month with a sprained foot, and there is a chance he could return this week. He was having trouble planting last week, but this week he says his foot is a lot better. Washington is mainly a special teams player.
Tight end Chris Baker (hand-probable) will play with a broken bone in his right hand. He will have a special brace made for the hand. The injury could hinder his blocking a little bit. It did in the second half of last weeks game against Baltimore.
Safety Jon McGraw (groin-probable) missed last week with a groin injury that has bothered him on-and-off throughout the season. He originally suffered the injury in training camp. If he plays this week, his role will be limited to passing downs. This injury likely isn't going to be 100 percent the rest of the season.
Defensive end Shaun Ellis was removed from the injury report on Thursday after being listed a probable on Wednesday. He missed the Jets last game with a groin injury.
The Jets got a big break on the Browns injury report when speedy wideout Andre Davis was downgraded from questionable to doubtful on Friday. He has a bad turf toe. He is the type of fast receiver who gives the Jets speed-challenged secondary fits. The Browns are one of the most banged up teams in the NFL. They put tight end Chad Mustard on injured reserve on Thursday. He is the 12th player they have put on IR this year. Both their first (tight end Kellen Winslow) and second (safety Sean Jones) round picks are out for the year.
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