LaDainian Tomlinson at Jets practice
Tomlinson and Kerley, both of whom missed the past two games with sprained knees, returned to practice Wednesday as the Jets began preparation for a critical road game against the Washington Redskins.
Both Tomlinson and Kerley practiced fully, a strong indication they will be ready to return Sunday.
"I think [they] looked really, really good out there," coach Rex Ryan said. "They look fresh and ready to roll, so that's a good sign."
Tomlinson injured his medial collateral ligament on the final carry of the Jets' Nov. 13 loss to the New England Patriots.
The presumptive future Hall of Famer is second on the team in rushing (167 yards) and fourth in receptions (25).
Kerley is averaging 9.4 yards per return. He also has 17 receptions as the slot receiver.
As expected, defensive tackle Mike DeVito (sprained knee) didn't practice. DeVito, injured in the third quarter of Sunday's win, watched from the sideline. He's not expected to play Sunday.
Rich Cimini covers the Jets for ESPNNewYork.com.
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