Moss's hamstring problems began in the preseason and resurfaced on the Friday before the Miami game. The hamstring was bothering Moss when he woke up before the game, and he did not catch a pass against the Dolphins. Aside from fielding a few punts, Moss didn't do anything in yesterday's practice, and Herm Edwards will re-evaluated him at the end of week. Whether Moss can go or not doesn't appear to have too big a bearing, with the Jets reverting to a simplified offensive attack. The offense will go back to more two receiver sets with a tight end and two backs to help block.
RB Curtis Martin returned to practice today on a limited basis. His ankle is still swollen, and Edwards will probably wait until Saturday to make a final decision. Even if Martin sits out the game, Edwards said the injury would probably linger on for the rest of the season. An ankle injury on a running back just doesn't go away. But at 85%, Martin is still better than most. The Jets could be forced to use RB LaMont Jordan a lot more this season, and maybe throw in RB-KR Chad Morton to mix things up.
CB Aaron Beasley will get his first chance to play against his former team on Sunday. Beasley has been challenged more than CB Donnie Abraham this season, and is still learning the techniques and fundamentals of the defensive system. Beasley holds the Jaguars interception record with 15. He has one interception this season with the Jets.
LB Mo Lewis, FB Richie Anderson, CB Jamie Henderson, T Chris Smith and FS Damien Robinson are all probable.