Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson had tests on his injured shoulder that revealed no structural damage, but Wilkerson may need to deal with the injury all season, head coach Todd Bowles said.
"It's going to be delicate," Bowles said, according to ESPN New York. "We've got to understand when he's in a lot of pain and when he's not. It has to be managed every week all year, so it seems. It can be [limiting]."
Wilkerson, who played during the Week 3 win over the Dolphins, did not practice on Wednesday and said afterwards that he has a Grade 1 AC joint sprain and will try to play through it.
"Yeah, probably, most likely, but that's football," Wilkerson told reporters about playing through the injury. "That comes with the business. I have to take care of it each and every day and hope it feels good on Sunday."
TE Jordan Leggett (knee), RT Brandon Shell (shoulder), RB Matt Forte (toe), and LB Josh Martin (ankle) also missed practice.
Forte has not yet been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Bowles said. However, Forte's status is still up in the air.
"He could be ready by the end of the week or it will take another week, depending on how he feels," Bowles said.