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1-1, 2nd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The fullback is back. Sort of. The Jets have re-signed Julian Howsare to their practice squad.

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Is Darelle Revis a shadow?

Darrelle Revis shadowed A.J. Green on 26 of his 35 routes in Week 1. That included all 22 of Green's perimeter routes and five of 13 slot routes. Revis did not shadow Sammy Watkins in Week 2, instead lining up at left corner on 29. Shadow report (Insider)

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Jets' Marshall practices, game-time call for Sun.

Jets receiver Brandon Marshall returned to practice on a limited basis and said he would leave the final decision on whether he plays Sunday up to head coach Todd Bowles.

ESPN Stats & Info

Will Chiefs rebound at Arrowhead Stadium?

New York's defense has been exposed by deep passes, but isn't Kansas City's strength. According to ESPN's FPI, the Chiefs have a 61 percent chance to win on Sunday. Week 3 predictions (Insider)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets worked out former Seahawks DB Tye Smith, a fifth-round pick in '15. Also worked out G Darrell Greene.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets-Chiefs injury report:

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Eric Decker and DT Sheldon Richardson were fined $9,115 apiece for taunting penalties last week. Bills CB Stephon Gilmore was hit with a $9,115 fine for his facemask on WR Brandon Marshall, which caused his knee injury.

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Should Brandon Marshall's injury put him on your bench? (1:18)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall (knee/foot) returned to practice on a limited basis and is listed as questionable for Sunday. Todd Bowles said it probably will be a game-time decision. It would be a surprise if he doesn't play. WR Eric Decker (shoulder) practiced fully and will play. Ditto, LG James Carpenter (calf). LB David Harris (shoulder), limited throughout the week, is questionable, but look for him to play. The biggest question is LB Erin Henderson (foot), who missed practice for the fourth straight day. He's questionable, but it doesn't look good. No. 1 pick Darron Lee would start for him.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have signed TE Braedon Bowman from the practice squad. Likely to dress on Sunday.

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How to bet New York-Kansas City

Where does the betting value lie in the New York-Kansas City Week 3 matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under advice.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Today is the 15-year anniversary of Mo Lewis' hit on Drew Bledsoe, which changed things for the Patriots and the NFL. Former Jets CB Ray Mickens was standing only a few yards from the violent collision that opened the door for Tom Brady. Asked yesterday how that one play impacted history, Mickens said, "If you want to go there, why not ask, 'How'd we let Belichick get out of New York?'"

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Will the Jets' offense continue to bring the heat in Week 3? (0:54)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have waived FB Julian Howsare, meaning they have no fullbacks on the roster. They effectively eliminated the fullback position from the offense by releasing veteran Tommy Bohanon on the final cutdown, replacing him with the untested Howsare, who played only three offensive snaps in the first two games. The Jets likely will replace his roster spot by signing TE Braedon Bowman from the practice squad. Bowman could play immediately on special teams.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Two changes on the Jets' official injury report: RB Matt Forte (knee) was upgraded to full practice, while WR Eric Decker (shoulder) was limited after sitting out yesterday. WR Brandon Marshall (knee/foot), LG James Carpenter (calf), LB Erin Henderson (foot) and QB Bryce Petty (shoulder) didn't practice. With Carpenter out, they've been rotating Wes Johnson, Dakota Dozier and Brent Qvale at left guard. RG Brian Winters also is capable of playing left guard. Still think Carpenter plays.

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League insiders like Jets' chances in K.C.

One evaluator polled by Mike Sando sided with the Chiefs because of how tough it is to play at Arrowhead. But two others picked the Jets and their high-flying offense to prevail. Evaluators' predictions (Insider)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills' Anthony Lynn says he's been waiting for the chance to become an offensive coordinator, but "I just didn't know it would come last week." Lynn made reference to a previous organization "denying" him opportunity to be an OC; he spent 6 years as Jets' RBs coach despite two offensive coordinator firings.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Emerging Jets receiver Quincy Enunwa always gets asked if he's a wide receiver or a tight end. His response: "I'm a playmaker." He's wearing a Muhammad Ali T-shirt that says, "Will over Skill."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Did not practice for Jets: Brandon Marshall, James Carpenter and Erin Henderson. Eric Decker upgraded to limited.

Team Stats

Passing Yards279.09th
Rushing Yards137.56th
Points For29.5Tied-6th
Points Against27.0Tied-25th

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