FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - The Jets won't release their official injury report until Wednesday, but it appears Muhammad Wilkerson will be healthy enough to face the Bills.

"Yeah, I'll be fine," said the defensive end, who was forced to leave Thursday night's game against the Patriots after stepping on another player's foot and rolling his ankle. Despite some soreness, Wilkerson said he practiced fully Monday.

Linebacker Quinton Coples (ankle) and receiver Jeremy Kerley (concussion) also were on the practice field. Coples, who fractured his right ankle in Week 2 of the preseason, worked off to the side with a trainer, and Kerley shagged punts. Though the receiver sported a red non-contact jersey, he said he was "A-1, 100 percent" for Sunday's game against the visiting Bills.

Kerley, who was knocked out of the Week 1 win over the Bucs after a hard hit, said he started feeling better a few days ago after he emerged "out of the fog a little bit."

Coach Rex Ryan cautioned that Kerley still has "a bunch of different hoops" to pass through before he's medically cleared.

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