Any sudden movement -- a cough, a laugh or even a sneeze -- can be painful for Jets WR Percy Harvin, who suffered a rib cartilage injury in last week's loss to the Patriots. Nevertheless, he's determined to play in Sunday's season finale in Miami.
"It felt a little better,'' said Harvin, who practiced for the first time Friday, though on a limited basis. "I was able to move around, catch a couple balls, I ran a few routes, so I'm confident I'll at least be able to give it a go.''
He's listed as questionable on the injury report and Rex Ryan said Friday that Harvin will be a game-time decision. Harvin, who also has played the past two games with a third-degree ankle sprain, said his rib injury feels "a little bit better'' than it did Wednesday, the story said. He said the biggest issue for him is pain tolerance, but he quickly added, "I think I'll be able to handle it pretty good.''