Injury Report: Santonio Holmes out

October, 25, 2013
10/25/13
3:32
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) will miss his fourth straight game Sunday against Cincinnati. Holmes did not practice Friday and has yet to practice since suffering the injury against the Titans Sept. 29.

Holmes hinted Thursday he would not be returning until after the Jets' bye week in Week 10. The Jets will face New Orleans next weekend before having their bye, and they return Nov. 17 at Buffalo. The Jets are 2-1 without Holmes, who has 243 receiving yards and a touchdown.

"At this point, I think the bye week is coming at a great time, giving me what, five, maybe six weeks to get healthy," Holmes said Thursday. "Should be ready to roll."

Center Nick Mangold (ribs) is questionable after being limited in practice all week, but Jets coach Rex Ryan said Mangold will be good to go against the Bengals. Mangold hasn't missed a game this year.

Tight end Jeff Cumberland (hamstring) is probable after having a limited practice Friday. Cumblerland missed Wednesday and also had a limited practice Thursday. He reiterated Friday he'll be ready Sunday.

Here's the full injury report:

Jets

Out
WR Santonio Holmes (hamstring/did not practice)

Questionable
C Nick Mangold (ribs/limited)
WR Greg Salas (knee/limited)

Probable
S Antonio Allen (groin/finger/full)
LB Nick Bellore (thumb/full)
LB Quinton Coples (ankle/full)
WR Josh Cribbs (knee/full)
DB Antonio Cromartie (hip/full)
TE Jeff Cumberland (hamstring/limited)
DL Kenrick Ellis (back/full)
WR Jeremy Kerley (hamstring/full)
LB Garrett McIntyre (knee)
DB Dee Milliner (hamstring)
WR David Nelson (hamstring)
TE Konrad Reuland (knee/full)
DB Darrin Walls (shoulder)

Bengals

Out
CB Leon Hall (Achilles)
DT Devon Still (elbow)

Questionable
RB Rex Burkhead (calf/limited)

Probable
DE Wallace Gilberry (knee/full)
WR Marvin Jones (shoulder/limited)
LB Rey Maualuga (hamstring/limited)
CB Terence Newman (ankle/full)

Matt Ehalt

ESPN New York contributor

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