New York Jets right tackle Damien Woody is questionable for Monday night's showdown with the AFC East co-leading New England Patriots because of a knee injury, the team announced Saturday.
Woody was limited during Saturday's practice, but he is expected to play against the Patriots (9-2) while he recovers from a sprained knee ligament that he suffered during a Nov. 21 game against the Houston Texans. Woody played four days later in a 26-10 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jets defensive back Dwight Lowery (concussion) was limited in practice Saturday and also listed as questionable.
The Jets (9-2) have a laundry list of players who fully practiced Saturday and were listed as probable: Quarterback Mark Sanchez (calf); defensive backs Marquice Cole (hamstring) and Drew Coleman (groin); wide receivers Jerricho Cotchery (groin) and Brad Smith (back); linebackers David Harris (calf) and Calvin Pace (foot); defensive linemen Shaun Ellis (knee) and Sione Pouha (ankle); offensive lineman Wayne Hunter (back) and Matt Slauson (knee); and center Nick Mangold (shoulder).
For the Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady was limited in practice Saturday and listed as probable with right shoulder and foot issues. Defensive end Myron Pryor (back), cornerback Jonathan Wilhite (hip) and defensive end Mike Wright (concussion) didn't practice Saturday and were listed as questionable.