Packers DEs Jenkins, Pickett questionable vs. Jets

Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins is cautiously optimistic he will play Sunday against the New York Jets.

Jenkins had limited practice Friday after passing tests for a calf strain that kept him out of the Packers' last game.

Green Bay lists Jenkins, along with fellow starting defensive end Ryan Pickett, as questionable for Sunday.

Pickett didn't practice this week. He aggravated an ankle injury in the Packers' win over Minnesota.

Wide receiver Donald Driver had limited practice after being out two days with a quadriceps injury. Driver is probable.

Coach Mike McCarthy says the Packers will wait another week before deciding whether to add cornerback Al Harris to the 53-man roster. Harris is recovering from reconstructive knee surgery last November and has been on the physically unable to perform list.

For the Jets, cornerback Darrelle Revis is probable after declaring himself 100 percent and participating in all practices this week.

Center Nick Mangold (shoulder) and linebacker Calvin Pace (foot) are also probable.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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