Jets' Mangold (ankle) questionable, could miss 4th straight
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) New York Jets center Nick Mangold is questionable to play against the New England Patriots with a sprained right ankle that has sidelined him the last three games.
Coach Todd Bowles says Friday that no decision has been made yet on Mangold's status.
Mangold was listed as limited at practice for the first time since being hurt against Baltimore on Oct. 23, a sign that the ankle is improving. He ran a little Thursday, but did not participate in team drills in any capacity until Friday.
Mangold says he's feeling better and is hoping to play this weekend. He adds that he got ''some good reps in'' at practice on Friday.
Cornerbacks Nick Marshall (ankle) and Marcus Williams (ankle) have been ruled out against the Patriots.
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