The Jets have activated WR Jalin Marshall and wavied CB Marcus Williams.
Marshall was suspensed the first four games this season due to a violation of the league's perfomance-enhancing drugs policy. He was at practice with the Jets last week, but the team did not activate him against the Browns.
The Ohio State product tallied 14 catches for 162 yards in his rookie season last year.
Williams joined the Jets in 2014 where he has spent the past four seasons. In 2015, he led the team with six interceptions. He has totaled 101 tackles, 2.5 sacks, and nine interceptions in 39 games with the Jets.