David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Harris (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos.

Harris is having a solid season and despite taking it easy in practice this week, it sounds like he is good to go for this game. While there is some risk here, feel free to use him if he is one of your normal IDP options.

David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Harris (shoulder) participated in a light walk-through Friday, ESPN reports.

Harris didn't practice Thursday but coach Rex Ryan expected him to be available for Sunday's game against the Broncos. The fact that the veteran linebacker practiced Friday certainly further points in that direction.

David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Though Harris (shoulder) didn't practice Thursday, coach Rex Ryan indicated that he expects the linebacker to play Sunday against the Broncos, Seth Walder of the New York Daily News reports.

We'll revisit Harris' status Friday, but it looks like he plans to tough it out through his shoulder injury this weekend, barring any setbacks. The linebacker has racked up 19 tackles over his last two games.

David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Harris (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.

Harris is considered day-to-day as Sunday's game against the Broncos approaches, but given that there is evidently no structural damage in his balky shoulder, it's still possible that he could suit up this weekend.

David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Harris is dealing with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

Given that there is evidently no structural damage in the linebacker's shoulder, Harris isn't expected to miss much time, though at this stage, his status for Sunday's game against the Broncos is unclear. To date, Harris has racked up 39 tackles and a sack in five games.

David Harris LB NYJ 5 Months

Harris will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of a shoulder injury he suffered during the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Chargers, ESPN New York reports.

Harris has been his usual reliable self this season, with at least five tackles in every game. If he misses an extended period of time, the Jets will lose not only one of their better players, but also their defensive signal-caller.

David Harris LB NYJ Mar 28 '79

ILB David Harris expects the Jets to blitz more in 2013.

"There should be a different brand of football than you were used to seeing the last couple of years," Harris said. The Jets sent five or more rushers just 34 percent of the time last season, down from 52.4 percent and 44.7 percent, respectively, in their stellar 2009 and 2010 campaigns. Coach Rex Ryan is reasserting his control over the defense after former DC Mike Pettine accepted the same job with Buffalo. Ultimately, the success of the Jets' revamped secondary will determine how much they can get after the quarterback.

David Harris LB NYJ Dec 19 '78

ESPN New York passes along "rumblings" that the Jets will use more 4-3 fronts in 2013.

Quinton Coples would play left defensive end with Muhammad Wilkerson and Sione Pouha at defensive tackle. They'd obviously need an edge rusher to bring heat off the weak side. The scheme change could help David Harris' IDP value, as he'd play middle linebacker. Demario Davis would be the weak-side starter.

David Harris LB NYJ Nov 23 '78

ESPN New York says ILB David Harris is a "prime candidate" to restructure his contract.

David Harris LB NYJ Jun 09 '78

Jets ILB David Harris (ankle) confirmed he will play against the Bills in Week 1.