The Jets got good news on RB Le'Veon Bell on Thursday afternoon, after an MRI on his shoulder revealed no significant damage, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.
Bell, who should be fine to play on Monday in Week 2 against the Browns, missed Thursday's practice due to a sore shoulder.
Head coach Adam Gase said at the time that he was uncertain about Bell's status for practice for the rest of the week and for Monday night's game against the Browns at MetLife Stadium.
"This could be just soreness," Gase said. "We don't think it's anything worse than that, but we're probably being a little extra cautious."
Bell had 17 carries for 60 yards during the Jets' Week 1 loss to the Bills, and reeled in six catches for 32 yards.
"I got great news, my shoulder is fine so no worries... just had to make sure everything was ready to go for Monday night," Bell tweeted.
A source close to Bell commented on the MRI, "Nothing to worry about at all. He's playing Monday night," according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
The Jets have been hit hard with injuries, with C.J. Mosley and Quinnen Williams dealing with injuries that have put their status for Week 2 in question, and Quincy Enunwa now out for the season due to a potentially career-threatening neck injury.
After breaking the news about Bell on Thursday, Gase also spoke about Mosley and Williams, saying both would not be practicing on Thursday.
Williams has a sprained ankle, while Mosley is dealing with a groin issue.