Jets tight end Dustin Keller went through practice for the second day in a row Friday. He's been dealing with a hamstring injury for close to two weeks, but head coach Rex Ryan told ESPNNewYork.com that he liked what he saw from Keller.
"[Dustin] looked good," Ryan said. "I think he's ready to roll. So we'll see how much [the hamstring] will limit him. I'm not sure, but he practiced today."
Keller's hamstring strain was never deemed to be something really serious. There were actually reports earlier this week that the Jets might sit Keller out of practice just to rest him, but he'd still play Sunday against the Bills. However, as Ryan said, Keller will be limited. I'm not a fan of many Jets offensive players anyway, but especially not those who aren't operating at full strength. You should probably find another TE to use this week if Keller is currently in your starting lineup.