Jets' Holmes doesn't practice, uncertain vs. Cincy

The Associated Press

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes did not participate in practice while recovering from a hamstring injury, and could miss the team's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Holmes says Thursday that his hamstring ''feels good,'' but was unsure if he'd have to sit out a fourth straight game because of it. He was injured in the Jets' loss at Tennessee in Week 4.

Coach Rex Ryan says he was ''not optimistic today'' about Holmes' chances of playing since he didn't practice. Holmes said it could be a game-time decision.

Limited at practice were: wide receivers Jeremy Kerley (hamstring) and Greg Salas (knee), safety Antonio Allen (groin, finger), center Nick Mangold (ribs) and tight ends Jeff Cumberland (hamstring) and Konrad Reuland (knee).


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