- Matt Ehalt, ESPN New York contributor
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Jets running back Chris Ivory (hamstring) did not participate during the portion of practice open to the media Wednesday. Ivory was riding a stationary bike.
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Ivory played only four snaps in Sunday's win over the Bills after his left hamstring flared up again. It's the same hamstring that sidelined him for two weeks of practice during the summer, although it's in a different location this time.
Jets coach Rex Ryan said Monday the team would provide an update on Ivory on Wednesday, but given Ivory's history of dealing with injuries, the team is not expecting it will be a quick recovery.
Joining Ivory in the bike area was offensive lineman Oday Aboushi (knee). He dislocated his knee in practice last Thursday and was inactive for Sunday's game. He has yet to play this season.
Wide receiver Clyde Gates (knee) appeared to be limited during the open portion of practice. He worked off to the side for a bit before joining the team. His lower right leg/calf was wrapped.