Chris Ivory (groin) limited again but expected to play

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. –- Running back Chris Ivory was limited in practice for the second straight day but is expected to play Monday night.

Coach Todd Bowles said Ivory's groin issue is not a concern at the moment and the running back should be good to go when the New York Jets visit the Indianapolis Colts (8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN).

Ivory and cornerback Antonio Cromartie (knee) were both seen at the start of practice going through warm-up and stretching exercises. Cromartie was limited on Friday after not practicing on Thursday. However, Bowles said Cromartie needs to show he can move side to side and cut on Saturday before determining his status for the game.

"[Cromartie] did some things but he didn't do a lot," Bowles said. "Will do a little bit more tomorrow [but] I got to see a little more. ...He was very limited."

Bowles said he truly did not know if Cromartie will be able to do more on Saturday.

The coach also said there is no change in quarterback Geno Smith's status. Smith (jaw) went through a limited practice for the second straight day. Bowles said Smith threw some 7-on-7 scout team, which was more than the individual work he had been doing.

Cornerback Darrin Walls (hamstring) and linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin (concussion) did not practice for the second straight day. Wide receiver Devin Smith did go through a full practice again, and Bowles said the rookie's debut likely will be a game-day decision based on personnel and scheme.