Jets tight end Neal Sterling likely won't play in Thursday's game against the Cleveland Browns after he suffered a concussion in Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins, head coach Todd Bowles told reporters after practice on Monday.
Sterling, safety Marcus Maye and linebacker Josh Martin all did not practice on Monday with a short week, while offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum and offensive guard James Carpenter were limited with respective foot injuries.
Wide receivers Quincy Enunwa and Terrelle Pryor, who are dealing with thumb and ankle injuries, respectively, practiced in full.
Maye, the second-year safety, has not played in a game this season due to a foot injury, while Martin has also been dealing with a concussion.
The Browns, who fell to 0-1-1 on Sunday and traded wide receiver Josh Gordon to the New England Patriots on Monday, are also dealing with injuries.
Safety Damarious Randall (heel), defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah (ankle) and tight end Seth DeValve (hamstring) did not practice on Monday, while wide receiver Jarvis Landry and cornerback Denzel Ward were limited with knee and hamstring injuries, respectively.