LB David Harris and rookie DT Kenrick Ellis suffered sprained ankles in Sunday's win over the Chargers, but both avoided the dreaded high-ankle sprain, according to Rex Ryan.
Both are expected to play when the Jets resume their schedule after the upcoming bye week.
DT Mike DeVito (sprained knee) is dealing with a "real" injury, according to Ryan -- the coach's way of saying it's semi-serious. They expect DeVito to be ready for the next game, against the Bills, but it's not going to be easy.
"If we played this Sunday, I don't know if he'd be able to play," Ryan said of DeVito, who was injured last Thursday in practice. "That injury is a real one, but we expect him to play against Buffalo."
DeVito didn't play Sunday and was replaced by Ellis, who got hurt late in the first quarter and didn't return. Harris was injured in the second quarter, but did return.