Harris, Colon, Powell questionable for Jets vs. Redskins

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Jets linebacker David Harris, right guard Willie Colon and running back Bilal Powell are questionable for New York’s game against Washington on Sunday because of injuries.

Despite the injury report designation Friday, coach Todd Bowles says Harris, who was limited all week with a strained quadriceps, should play without restrictions. He was hurt against Miami in London two weeks ago.

Colon (knee) and Powell (groin) will be game-time decisions. Colon missed the game against the Dolphins and was replaced by Brian Winters, who could start again if the Jets don’t think the veteran can play the entire four quarters.

Tight end Jeff Cumberland and linebacker Jamari Lattimore are probable after being sidelined with concussions.

Safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), wide receiver Chris Owusu (knee) and cornerback Marcus Williams (hamstring) are doubtful.


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