Jets’ Jerricho Cotchery Expected to Play Against Dolphins on Sunday

Are the Jets going to go through this every week for the rest of the season?

The status of wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery has been up in the air almost every week since early October, but lately — and fortunately, for Jets fans — he's gone from a long shot to a probable bet to take the field.

According to ESPN.com, Cotchery is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins but is expected to play, along with fellow wideouts David Clowney and Brad Smith.

Cotchery sustained an injury three weeks ago in practice and played minimally in New York's loss to Miami on Oct. 12, then missed the following week's loss to Buffalo and a win at Oakland. As the team's leading receiver, the 27-year-old NC State product has 24 receptions for 360 yards and one touchdown in five games this season.

Smith has missed New York's last two games with a quad injury and Clowney has been hampered by an injured ankle.

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