The New York Jets listed 8 players as "probable" for the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts. Although DE Shaun Ellis, who has a broken hand, is more "questionable" than "probable" for this game. Ellis will give it a go but he has trouble grabbing and if he feels he's hurting the team, he'll take himself out.
LB David Harris (ankle), S Kerry Rhodes (knee) and LB Bart Scott (ankle) were all limited in the last day of practice, which usually warrants a "questionable" status. The Jets, however, have all three players listed as "probable" as well.
RB Tony Richardson (rib), QB Mark Sanchez (knee), CB Donald Strickland (hand) and WR Danny Woodhead (knee) all fully participated in today's practice session.
Here's the complete injury report:
New York Jets:
Probable: DE Shaun Ellis (knee, hand), LB David Harris (ankle), QB Mark Sanchez (knee), LB Bart Scott (ankle), CB Donald Strickland (hand), RB Tony Richardson (rib), S Kerry Rhodes (knee).
Questionable: CB Jerraud Powers (foot)
Probable: RB Joseph Addai (shoulder), DE Ervin Baldwin (shin), CB Antoine Bethea (back), LB Gary Brackett (calf), CB Melvin Bullitt (shoulder), TE Dallas Clark (illness), OT Ryan Diem (elbow), DE Dwight Freeney (foot), LB Cody Glenn (back), DT Antonio Johnson (shoulder), OT Charlie Johnson (foot), DE Robert Mathis (knee), OG Jamey Richard (shoulder), TE Jacob Tamme (ankle), OT Tony Ugoh (knee), PK Adam Vinatieri (right hip)