Jets' Revis, Mangold, Harris sit out practice with injuries

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, center Nick Mangold and linebacker David Harris all sat out team drills at practice while recovering from injuries.

Revis missed the game at Pittsburgh after tweaking a hamstring against Seattle on Oct. 2. He says Thursday he did individual drills and felt good after running at top speed for the first time since getting hurt, but his availability for the game at Arizona on Monday night remains uncertain.

Mangold has a sore knee that got banged up against the Steelers, while Harris has a sore hamstring. Coach Todd Bowles says he'll know more about their chances of playing on Friday.

Right guard Brian Winters (concussion), tight ends Austin Seferian-Jenkins (ankle) and Braedon Bowman (knee), defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (foot) and left tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder) were all limited.

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