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Brunell, Mason 'questionable' vs. Cincy

Jets quarterback Kellen Clemens, left, ceded his No.

Jets quarterback Kellen Clemens, left, ceded his No. 2 job to Mark Brunell and is hanging on to the No. 3 slot for now. Credit: Pat Orr

Add Mark Brunell and Derrick Mason to the Jets’ injury list.

Brunell, the Jets’ backup QB, came up limping after making a rollout pass during Friday’s afternoon practice. He was attended to by the training staff and gingerly walked off the field.

The team later announced that Brunell has a calf injury, but did not elaborate. He is questionable for Sunday’s game, along with Derrick Mason, who was spotted walking off the practice field with a team doctor. The wide receiver returned to the field a short time later, but did not return to team drills. He has an ankle injury, according to hte team.

Here are some additional post-practice notes:
* Plaxico Burress was targeted four times by QB Mark Sanchez and made two catches – one of which was a touchdown catch with Antonio Cromartie trailing him.

* Brandon Moore (hip) took some reps with the first team even though Rex Ryan said he will not play Sunday. His replacement, Vladimir Ducasse got some work in at right guard during 11-on-11s.

* Martin Tevaseu, AKA “MTV,” also worked with the first team defense.

* Joe McKnight practiced without a red non-contact jersey and appears to be full-go for Sunday.

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