After squeaking out a 21-20 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Jets head coach Adam Gase had a laundry list of injuries as long as the list of field goals attempted in their recent victory.
The Jets had Monday off from practice, but had they took the field, Gase said eight players would've missed the session.
Those include safety Jamal Adams (ankle), defensive tackle Quinnen Williams (stinger), cornerback Brian Poole (concussion), tight end Ryan Griffin (ankle), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (hamstring/ knee), running back Bilal Powell (ankle), offensive lineman Chuma Edoga (ankle), and cornerback Arthur Maulet (ankle).
But the list was just getting started. Those who Gase would have classified as limited include offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum, running back Ty Montgomery, defensive tackle Steve McLendon and defensive end Henry Anderson.
Of that lengthy grouping of names, Gase specifically spoke on Adams. The coach said the team's star defensive back is feeling better but said it could be a situation of the team's medical staff doing what's best for him, but Gase still did not rule Adams out of Thursday's contest.
"I'm not going to count him out," Gase said. "We have to do the right thing by him."
Of names not listed on the injury report who were also discussed includes Le'Veon Bell. The running back missed the Week 14 win over the Dolphins due to illness and Gase provided a positive update on his status.
"I think he's pretty close to 100 percent," Gase said.