BALTIMORE (AP) - The New York Jets have placed wide receiver Jeremy Kerley on the inactive list for their game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Kerley leads the Jets with 28 receptions this season. It's the second straight game he's been inactive because of an elbow injury.
Baltimore defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is bothered by a sore knee but was on the active roster Sunday after missing last week's game in Chicago.
The Ravens' inactive list included defensive backs Asa Jackson and Omar Brown, running back Bernard Scott, center Ryan Jensen and wide receiver Deonte Thompson.
New York's other inactives are quarterback David Garrard, running back Alex Green, linebacker Garrett McIntyre, guard Will Campbell, tackle Ben Ijalana and offensive lineman Oday Aboushi.
McIntyre was also sidelined last week with a knee injury.
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