Decimated by injuries all season long, Week 15 is no different for the Jets.
New York released its final injury report of the week Wednesday as it prepares for Thursday's 8:20 p.m. game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Among the updates, Jamal Adams is doubtful, which leaves the third-year safety set to miss his second straight game as he nurses a sprained left ankle from Dec. 1.
"I'm not going to count (Adams) out," first-year head coach Adam Gase initially said of Adams on Monday. "We have to do the right thing by him."
Rookie defensive tackle Quinnen Williams (neck), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (hamstring/knee) and cornerback Arthur Maulet (calf) join Adams among the Jets' four players likely unable to go.
Tight end Ryan Griffin (ankle), offensive tackle Chuma Edoga, cornerback Brian Poole (concussion) and running back Bilal Powell (ankle/illness) are listed as out.
While the Jets are without Powell, who took 19 carries for 74 yards (3.89 average) in Sunday's 21-20 win over the Miami Dolphins, running back Le'Veon Bell is set to return after missing Week 14 with the flu.
"I think he's pretty close to 100 percent," Gase said of Bell on Monday.
On the other side of the field at MT&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, the AFC-leading Ravens are set to have quarterback Lamar Jackson, who is listed as questionable with a quad injury but practiced fully Wednesday.
"I feel great, I feel good. I'm 100 (percent)," Jackson said Tuesday. "I'll be out there Thursday night."