Injury report: Edwards 'really limited'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Braylon Edwards was under the goalposts in the sunlight Friday morning, back with the Jets but appearing more limited than a day ago. He was also limited in Thursday’s practice with a injured hamstring, but coach Rex Ryan still hopes the recently reacquired Edwards can play Monday.

“Really limited, we never did a whole lot with him,” Ryan said of Edwards' Thursday practice. “He got a few snaps on offense and did some individual work. It wasn’t full speed so being cautious there. But again I’m going to lean on the trainers and we’ll see how he progresses. But we’re hopeful that he’ll be able to go on Monday.”

The wide receiver is just one of the Jets who may or not be able to play. A fully healthy offense would also include TE Dustin Keller and RB Bilal Powell, but both players also did not practice again today. The good news on Powell is that his toe is not broken.

“I thought he’d fractured a toe but that thing came back negative so there is no fracture,” Ryan said.

WR Clyde Gates (concussion), WR Stephen Hill (knee), LaRon Landry (heel), CB Aaron Berry (hamstring), and Bryan Thomas (chest) also didn’t practice and NT Sione Po’uha (lower back) was limited.