Harris (back), Calvin Pace (foot) and Darrelle Revis (hamstring) all went through the full practice, but S Brodney Pool left early after colliding with Revis during a drill. Rex Ryan had no update beyond that.
As for the very, very minor skirmish between Ryan and Lions coach Jim Schwartz -- Ryan responded to a question from the Detroit media by saying that the Lions, who average nearly 38 points a game, would be facing "the best defense in the league"; Schwartz responded by pointing out the Jets have 15 sacks to the Lions' 23 -- Ryan chuckled today when told of Schwartz's line.
"That's a slam to us," Ryan said with mock indignation. "Whether that's a shot across our bow that we have 15 sacks, that's fine with me. Everyone should measure themselves against the best, and they measure up pretty good right now."
LaDainian Tomlinson would certainly like to get the run game back on track, but he said the Lions' attacking defense, which has allowed 130.4 yards a game, might not present itself the same way.
"Everybody plays us different because we run the ball so well," Tomlinson said. "They may come out and play us like Denver did. They were basically in a goal-line defense all game and they dared us to throw it. So I don't really take what I see on film (that seriously)."