Jeremy Kerley injury: Jets wide receiver out against Ravens

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

The Jets will be without one of their starting wide receivers on Sunday.

The Jets will miss wide receiver Jeremy Kerley for a second straight game on Sunday. Kerley has been downgraded to out against the Ravensaccording to Brian Costello of the New York Post. The third-year player has been dealing with an elbow injury for the last few weeks.

Kerley was initially listed as questionable on the Jets injury report. He clearly did not feel good enough to play after going through a walkthrough on Saturday morning. He has started five of the eight games he has appeared in this season and has collected 28 catches for 347 yards and two touchdowns this season.

The likes of David Nelson and Santonio Holmes will have to pickup the slack in Kerley's absence. Holmes is recovering from his own injuries but played well in his return to the lineup in Week 11.

The Jets will face the Ravens in Baltimore on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on CBS.

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