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INJURY REPORT: Albert, Jenkins And Landry Return To Practice

Posted Nov 26, 2015

Get the latest injury updates from the Dolphins and Jets heading into their AFC East battle on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

The Dolphins had five changes on their injury report Thursday, and four of them involved an upgrade.

Tackle Branden Albert (not injury-related), linebacker Jelani Jenkins (ankle) and wide receiver Jarvis Landry (knee) all practiced after sitting out Wednesday. Albert was a full participant Thursday; Jenkins and Landry both were limited.

Safety Reshad Jones (pectoral) was a full participant in practice after being limited Wednesday.

The one injury involving a downgrade was a hip issue that forced linebacker Chris McCain to miss practice after he was a full participant Wednesday.

Tackle Ja’Wuan James again did not practice because of the toe injury that has kept him out of the past three games.

Five players were limited for a second consecutive day: S Walt Aikens (ankle), CB Brice McCain (knee), LB Koa Misi (abdomen), LB Spencer Paysinger (neck) and LB Kelvin Sheppard (hamstring).

Running back Jay Ajayi (elbow) again was listed as a full participant in practice.

For the Jets, starting center Nick Mangold (hand) returned to practice after sitting out Wednesday, but Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis (concussion) sat out for a second consecutive day. Mangold was limited Thursday.

The other two changes on the Jets' injury report had former Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall (toe) and tight end Kellen Davis (hand) both practicing after sitting out Wednesday. Marshall was limited Thursday; Davis was listed as a full participant.

Defensive back Dion Bailey (ankle) did not practice for a second consecutive day.

Nine Jets players were listed as full participants the past two days: LB Demario Davis (ribs), WR Eric Decker (knee), QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (left thumb), LB Calvin Pace (toe), P Ryan Quigley (right knee), DL Sheldon Richardson (hamstring), DB Buster Skrine (shoulder), WR Devin Smith (foot) and DB Marcus Williams (knee).

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