Tim Tebow and Kerley are among several New York Jets players listed as questionable for the team's game against the New England Patriots on Thursday night.|||||||
Kerley, the team's leading receiver, was limited with heel and hamstring issues and could be a game-time decision. He was also questionable last Sunday, but had three catches for 43 yards at St. Louis.
Kerley caught seven passes for 120 yards in Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss to New England.|||||||
Kerley got his second start in three games, proving to be a top target for Mark Sanchez in each start while setting career highs in catches and yards. He caught five passes for 94 yards in a loss to Houston on Oct. 8, but had only 24 yards after enter later in a win over the Colts the following week.
New York Jets wide receivers Plaxico Burress and Jeremy Kerley are full participants at practice after getting over illnesses that limited them.|||||||
Kerley has practiced for the first time all week on Thursday, while Burress is back after being limited on Wednesday. Both will be fine for the Jets' showdown Saturday with the Giants.
Kerley and New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson were full participants at practice for the first time since injuring their knees more than two weeks ago. Both are active for Sunday's game against Washington.|||||||
Both Tomlinson and Kerley sprained the medial collateral ligament in their left knees against New England on Nov. 13 and had not been able to practice until the session Wednesday. Coach Rex Ryan says both players "looked fresh and ready to roll" for the team's game at Washington on Sunday.