Found October 26, 2013 on NFL Injury Report:
The New York Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.  Who is in?  Who is out?  Find out, in your New York Jets Week 8 injury report. The Jets have one player listed as out and that player has made the most noise this week.  Wide receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) did not participate all week and is out for Sunday’s game.  Holmes indicated this week in his weekly press conference that his hamstring injury would keep him out until after the Week 10 bye when he said, “At this point I think the bye week has come at a great time. Would give me five, maybe six weeks to get healthy.” When pressed by reporters to elaborate if he will be out until the bye week, in his usual cantankerousness shot back, “My question was answered the way it was answered.  I don’t how know you can get confused about the way I answered the question.  I didn’t say that.  Don’t put words in my mouth.” Holmes is drama from day one.  It is time for the Gang Green to cut this septic, big toe off and hobble on through the swamp without Holmes. Enough of the Prima donna drama; let us check out the Jets who landed on this week’s injury report:   Out WR Santonio Holmes (hamstring) did not participate all week.   Questionable Center Nick Mangold (ribs) limited participation. WR Greg Salas (knee) limited participation.   Probable Safety Antonio Allen (groin/finger) limited participation Wednesday and Thursday and full participation on Friday. Linebacker Nick Bellore (thumb) full participation on Friday. LB Quinton Coples (ankle) full participation. WR Josh Cribbs (knee) full participation. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip) full participation. Tight end Jeff Cumberland (hamstring) did not participate on Wednesday and was limited participation the rest of the week. Defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (back) full participation. WR Jeremy Kerley (hamstring) limited participation Thursday and full participation on Friday. LB Garrett McIntyre (knee) full participation. CB Dee Milliner (hamstring) full participation. WR David Nelson (hamstring) full participation. TE Konrad Reuland (knee) limited participation Wednesday and Thursday, full participation on Friday. CB Darrin Walls (shoulder) full participation.     You can follow me on twitter @TheSoftParade69 Or send your comments to Talk football talk hockey talk cigars talk anything, I know a little about a lot.    

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