The Jets ruled offensive lineman Damien Woody out for Sunday's divisional playoff game against the Patriots with an achilles injury. Here's the rest of their injury report for Wednesday:
T Damien Woody (achilles)
Did Not Participate in Practice
G Brandon Moore (back)
WR Brad Smith (groin)
Limited Participation in Practice
WR Santonio Holmes (quadricep)
S James Ihedigbo (knee, ankle)
CB Darrelle Revis (hamstring)
Full Participating in Practice
CB Antonio Cromartie (groin)
TE Ben Hartsock (back)
C Nick Mangold (shoulder)
DT Sione Pouha (back)
RB Tony Richardson (finger)
QB Mark Sanchez (right shoulder)
LB Bryan Thomas (ankle)
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Antonio Cromartie met with the media after Jets practice on Wednesday, a day after his obscenity-laced tirade against Tom Brady. The cornerback was asked if he had any regrets regarding the comments made to the New York Daily News.
"No. Why would I regret them?" asked Cromartie. "That's my opinion and how I feel about it. There's no reason for me to sit back and take anything I said about him back, and I'm not."
Cromartie was asked again if he thought Brady taunted the Jets in the 45-3 Patriots win in Week 13.
"Yeah he did," said Cromartie. "Be professional. He's been there before. Act like you've scored touchdowns before. My opinion is never going to change about Brady. At the end of the day it's going to be what it's going to be. I hate him, he hates the Jets."
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The Patriots had just one player miss practice on Wednesday — Myron Pryor — while six players were limited, including Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch and Sebastian Vollmer. Check out the full report below:
Did Not Participate
DE Myron Pryor (back)
Limited Participation in Practice
LB Tully Banta-Cain (groin)
WR Deion Branch (knee)
DE Jermaine Cunningham (calf)
TE Aaron Hernandez (hip)
DE Eric Moore (hamstring)
T Sebastian Vollmer (shin)
Full Participation in Practice
CB Kyle Arrington (elbow)
QB Tom Brady (right shoulder, foot)
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Jets coach Rex Ryan said on Wednesday that his team would be without right tackle Damien Woody for the remainder of the postseason due to an injury to his Achilles tendon. The 33-year-old, who played at Boston College and then was taken in the first round by the Patriots, with whom he spent his first five years in the NFL, missed the final three games of the regular season for the Jets with what was described as a sprained right knee. But he returned to the field for the Jets in their 17-16 victory over the Colts.
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Mike Milbury of NESN, NBC Sports and Hockey Night in Canada made his weekly appearance on Dale & Holley on Wednesday, discussing all things Bruins and his feelings on the NHL All-Star Game.
Milbury was quite direct in speaking about Patrice Bergeron's first career hat trick, which he scored in Tuesday's 6-0 win over the Senators. Blake Wheeler appeared to have scored what was ruled Bergeron's second goal, and Milbury wasn't happy with how it was credited.
"The guys that do the scoring have the responsibility to get it right. They have to do everything to get it right. Do they fudge a little on [an assist] once in a while? I bet they do, and I think that's OK, but they've got to be honest and true to it," Milbury said. "Somebody's got to tell me there's a different angle that showed Bergeron scoring the goal, because I watched it several times, and pretty clearly, Blake Wheeler with a...
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