Pool out; Kerley, Turner may be, too

Jets safety Brodney Pool (sprained MCL) is out for the Broncos game, coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday.

Running back LaDainian Tomlinson (sprained MCL) is likely to miss the game.

Pool had to get a cortisone shot in his knee to stop the swelling in it. He did not play against New England.

Wide receivers Jeremy Kerley (knee) and Patrick Turner (kidney) did not practice.

Kerley, the team's slot receiver, said he's still feeling "hurt," and Ryan said he'd be a game-time decision if he makes the trip with the team to Denver.

If Kerley and Turner cannot play, Ryan said 24-year-old rookie Eron Riley would dress.

Kerley said he suffered the injury when his knee got twisted up during a punt return.

All-pro cornerback Darrelle Revis (knee) was limited at practice, but Ryan said he's playing.

"I'm not even going to make the trip if Darrelle isn't going," Ryan said.