The Jets are heading into Week 1 with what looks like a clean bill of health.
The team announced their official injury report after Friday's practice. WR Robby Anderson (calf), CB Trumaine Johnson (hamstring), and WR Braxton Berrios (hamstring) are all officially listed as questionable, but all three are expected to be able to play in Sunday's season opener against the Bills.
All three were limited during practice on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Anderson injured his hamstring during the Jets' third preseason game against the Saints and was held out of the preseason finale. He finished the exhibition schedule with five catches for 92 yards.
"He's good," Adam Gase said of Anderson earlier this week. "We're just being smart as far as how much we're using him and just making sure. It had been a couple of weeks. We're just trying to make sure he's good. He keeps saying he's fine. I think it's just more us being cautious."
Johnson, meanwhile, played just three snaps in the preseason opener against the Giants before sustaining his hamstring injury on Aug. 11.
'Yeah, everything has been looking positive," Gase said about Johnson on Friday. "We'll see how today goes and hopefully no setbacks and it's just one step closer to the game."
Meanwhile, the Bills will be without WR Andre Roberts, who is dealing with a quad injury, while TE Tyler Kroft is doubtful to play with a foot injury.