HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) -Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery was listed as doubtful Friday - but not out - for New York's game against Cleveland with an injured right index finger that kept him on the sideline last week.
Cotchery, who reportedly broke the finger in practice last Monday, hasn't been seen in the locker room or on the practice field during media availability since. The Jets' injury report listed Cotchery as limited in practice Friday after he didn't participate the previous two days.
Cotchery leads the team with 54 catches for 730 yards and a touchdown.
Laveranues Coles, who played last week against Miami despite a high left ankle sprain, was listed as questionable. He was noticeably hobbled in the locker room and at practice Wednesday by the injury, which occurred early during the Jets' 19-16 overtime win against Pittsburgh on Nov. 18, but appeared to be walking easier later in the week.
Coles, known for his resiliency and ability to play through pain, had a streak of playing in 107 straight games end last month because of a concussion. After missing a week, Coles returned only to injure the ankle against the Steelers and miss the Jets' game at Dallas on Thanksgiving.
Also questionable, but expected to play Sunday were center Nick Mangold (calf), defensive lineman Dewayne Robertson (knee) and long snapper James Dearth (foot).

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