Jets' Coles, Smith active week after suffering concussions
2008 Highlight: Laveranues Coles re-adjusts to a pass for a go-ahead touchdown catch vs. the Chiefs.
Coles and Smith, both injured in the Jets' 16-13 overtime loss at Oakland, fully participated in practice for the first time this week on Friday and were listed on the team's injury report as probable.
Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery was also active after being questionable because of a shoulder injury that limited him in practice throughout the week.
Inactive for the Jets were tight end Bubba Franks, cornerback David Barrett, wide receiver David Clowney, linebacker Marques Murrell, defensive lineman Kareem Brown, kicker Mike Nugent and quarterback Erik Ainge. Brett Ratliff was listed as the Jets' No. 3 quarterback.
As expected, Kansas City running back Larry Johnson was inactive for the second straight week as punishment for violating team rules. Police and the NFL are investigating a report the two-time Pro Bowl running back spat several times on woman at a Kansas City nightclub.
The NFL Network reported Sunday that Johnson has been summoned to New York on Tuesday for a meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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