The Jets could be getting some help to its depleted running game this weekend.
RB Elijah McGuire was activated from the injured reserve and is reportedly trending toward playing on Sunday, according to head coach Todd Bowles.
McGuire, who rushed for 315 yards and had 17 receptions in his rookie season last year, returns after missing the first eight games with a foot injury.
"It's just good to have him back because he's very versatile," Bowles said. "He does some things on special teams to help us and he does some things in the backfield."
Meanwhile, wide receivers Quincy Enunwa (ankle) and Robby Anderson (ankle) were limited in practice on Friday and will be game-time decisions.
TE Neal Sterling (concussion) is out, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot) and CB Trumaine Johnson (quad) are doubtful while LB Frankie Luvu (neck), NT Steve McLendon (ankle) and PR/KR Andre Roberts (back) are questionable.