A prominent part of the New York Jets defense, middle linebacker David Harris, is making progress from a right knee injury suffered in the win over the Miami Dolphins prior to the bye week.
Harris was listed as limited in Wednesday’s practice but a team source tells Metro that Harris “is making good progress and should play this weekend.” The Jets are coming off a bye following a Week 4 win at the Miami Dolphins. It was a solid game from the Jets but they emerged battered and dinged up.
The bye week gave them a good chance to rest up.
“David looked like he was running around well,” head coach Todd Bowles said on Wednesday. “Bilal [Powell] was limited today. Let’s see if he does more tomorrow.”
Wide receiver Chris Owusu (knee), safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee) and cornerback Marcus Williams (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday.
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The Jets full practice report for Wednesday:
Did Not Participate In Practice
S Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), WR Chris Owusu (knee), CB Marcus Williams (hamstring)
Limited Participation in Practice
G Willie Colon (knee), CB Antonio Cromartie (groin), TE Jeff Cumberland (concussion),
LB David Harris (quadricep), LB Jamari Lattimore (concussion), RB Bilal Powell (groin)
Full Participation in Practice
S Dion Bailey (elbow), LB Quinton Coples (elbow), WR Eric Decker (knee), RB Chris Ivory (quadricep),
S Calvin Pryor (knee), CB Darrin Walls (hamstring), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (ribs),
DE Leonard Williams (ankle)