Jets S Marcus Maye may not be able to take the field on Monday night in Detroit, as he was once again a non-participant in practice on Friday.
Maye continues to nurse a foot injury that he says isn't related to ankle surgery that he received this offseason. Head coach Todd Bowles said the foot was "sore" on Thursday, but Friday he addressed who would take his place if he is deemed ineligible to play.
"(It's) between Doug Middleton and J.J. (Wilcox)," Bowles told reporters on Friday. "We will work with both and make a decision if he couldn't go."
Another player that may be out against the Lions is WR Jermaine Kearse, who is dealing with an abdomen injury. Bowles said "we've still got time" to see if Kearse will be game ready, and luckily the Jets get an extra day than the rest of the league. He was seen limited in practice on Thursday, and the same result made it into the injury report Friday.
Linebackers Jeremiah Attaochu (calf) and Avery Williamson (hamstring) were also limited, while LB Josh Martin was out with Maye as he deals with a concussion.