CB Morris Claiborne (foot) and DE Muhammad Wilkerson (shoulder, foot) are questionable for the Jets' game Thursday night against the Bills.
S Terrence Brooks (hamstring) and T Brandon Shell (neck) are doubtful.
RB Lawrence Thomas (concussion) is out.
Claiborne left Sunday's game against the Falcons due to his foot injury. X-rays came back negative, and the veteran cornerback underwent an MRI on Monday. Head coach Todd Bowles said "it's possible" Claiborne plays on a short week.
CB Buster Skrine is out of concussion protocol.
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Although Skrine struggled in his last game, it's big news for the Jets that he's available. The coaching staff did their best to scheme around the fact that there was no natural slot corner available in the Falcons game but that gameplan arguably presented more opportunities for Matt Ryan by way of blown coverages than it prevented.
It will be even more of a boost if Claiborne can also play. The secondary was holding up a little better while he was still in the game last week and he did a good job on Julio Jones. As for Wilkerson, he seems to be improving physically and it would be a really positive step forward if he could play in his second game in five days and still perform well.
If either or both can't go, that probably means that new additions Xavier Cooper and/or Rashard Robinson will be called upon to handle some rotational reps. However, with a long week to recover coming up, the Jets might be willing to gamble in each case. There's a huge difference between 4-5 and 3-6, so the Jets will be keen to maximize their chances.