NFL inactives, Week 11: Jets vs. Rams

Joel Auerbach

Jeremy Kerley and Bart Scott are listed as active for the Jets' Sunday game against the Rams, while St. Louis safety Darian Stewart will not play.

New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley and linebacker Bart Scott are active for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams. Kerley has been dealing with heel and hamstring issues and didn't participate in practice on Friday. Scott has been a limited participant throughout the week while nursing a sore toe.

Running backs Joe McKnight and Bilal Powell and defensive tackle Sione Pouha were also listed as questionable leading up to the game, but all three players are active. Guards Caleb Schlauderaff and Hayworth Hicks, quarterback Greg McElroy, defensive tackle Damon Harrison, tight end Hayden Smith and linebacker Marcus Dowtin are listed as inactive.

For the Rams, second-string safety Darian Stewart has been ruled out with a knee injury. He joins running backs Terrance Ganaway and Brit Miller, quarterback Austin Davis, wide receiver Steve Smith, offensive lineman Chris Williams and defensive tackle Matt Conrath on the team's inactive list.

Linebacker Mario Haggan, wide receiver Austin Pettis and defensive end Eugene Sims had been listed as questionable on the injury report, but all are listed as active.

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