Jets’ Marshall fully practices, Harris limited
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall fully participated in practice, a day after being limited because of a sore hip.
Marshall missed the Jets’ third preseason game and sat out the finale, along with most other starters, because of the injury. He should be ready to play in the regular-season opener against Cincinnati on Sunday.
Linebacker David Harris was limited Thursday because of a bruised shoulder. Coach Todd Bowles said Harris is “running, but I’ve got to see a lot more than that.” Harris’ participation Friday should provide a better indication of his availability.
Linebacker Bruce Carter (shoulder) and defensive end Leonard Williams (hip) were also limited.
Rookie linebacker Jordan Jenkins didn’t practice for the second straight day because of a calf injury. Bowles wouldn’t rule him out, but Mike Catapano could get the start in Jenkins’ place.
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