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New York Jets’ Santonio Holmes Misses Practice: New York Jets Injury Report

November 20th, 2013 at 11:59 PM
By Donald Lappe

New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes missed practice on Wednesday after making his return to the lineup on Sunday in the 37-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Garrett McIntyre also missed Wednesday's practice, while Jeremy Kerley and Kellen Winslow were limited participants. The Baltimore Ravens are nursing their fair share of injuries, and star defensive tackle Haloti Ngata missed practice today.

'New York Jets Receiver Santonio Holmes' photo (c) 2011, Marianne O'Leary - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Santonio Holmes is the headliner on the New York Jets injury report, as he sat out of practice today. Santonio Holmes returned to the starting lineup on Sunday for the first time since injuring his hamstring against the Tennessee Titans. While the absence rose some eyebrows, Jets head coach Rex Ryan passed it off as more of a maintenance decision than a setback for the team's No. 1 wide receiver:

"No, it really wasn’t a setback,” Ryan told the media. “Today we thought it was best he miss practice and heal up a little bit."

Outside linebacker Garrett McIntyre also missed practice with a knee injury. Jeremy Kerley took part in wide receiver drills as a limited participant, while Kellen Winslow also saw some limited action today. The Jets listed six others players on their injury report: Antonio Cromartie, Willie Colon, Stephen Hill, Kenrick Ellis, Greg Salas and David Garrard. All six were full participants in Wednesday's practice.

The Baltimore Ravens had their own star sit out practice on Wednesday, as Haloti Ngata didn't take part due to a knee injury. Lardarius Webb and Daryl Smith were limited participants, while Brandon Stokley and Marlon Brown were listed on the team's injury report but fully participated. If Haloti Ngata is missing on Sunday that would be a major blow to the interior of Baltimore's defense.

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Tags: Antonio Cromartie, David Garrard, Football, Garrett McIntyre, Greg Salas, Jeremy Kerley, Kellen Winslow, Kenrick Ellis, New York, New York Jets, New York Jets injury report, NFL, Rex Ryan, Santonio Holmes, Willie Colon

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