Veteran tackle Duane Brown is planning to make his New York Jets debut Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
"As of now, I'm good to go," the five-time Pro Bowl selection told reporters on Friday.
Brown, 37, was placed on injured reserve the day before the season opener with a shoulder injury.
Head coach Robert Saleh said Brown would be a full participant in practice Friday and a game-time decision for the Week 5 AFC East contest between the Jets (2-2) and Dolphins (3-1) in East Rutherford, N.J.
Brown would be a welcome presence on an offensive line that is missing rookie right tackle Max Mitchell, out with a knee injury sustained in last Sunday's 24-20 win at Pittsburgh.
Brown started all 203 of his NFL games with the Houston Texans (2008-17) and Seattle Seahawks (2017-21), most of them at left tackle. He signed a two-year deal worth a reported $20 million with the Jets in August.
--Field Level Media