Cotchery (hamstring) expects to return

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery expects to return from his injured left hamstring and play Sunday against Miami despite being limited in practice.

Cotchery was injured in practice three weeks ago, but was able to play in the loss at Miami on Oct. 12 and had one catch for 4 yards. He then sat out the loss to Buffalo and the win at Oakland.

Wide receiver Brad Smith, who has also missed the last two games with a quadriceps injury, was also limited and could play Sunday. Defensive end Shaun Ellis (knee/ankle), linebacker Bart Scott (knee) and right tackle Damien Woody (foot) were also limited.

Wide receiver David Clowney (ankle), right guard Brandon Moore (foot) and cornerback Lito Sheppard (quad) didn't practice.