FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The New York Jets might not know until kickoff if they’ll have Brandon Marshall on the field against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The star wide receiver is listed as questionable for Sunday and Coach Todd Bowles said Marshall will likely be a game-time decision as he continues to recover from knee and foot injuries.

“I’m going to do everything I can to be out there,” Marshall said Friday. “It will be Coach’s decision. He has to make that decision because if it were up to me, I would be out there at 40, 50 percent.”

Marshall returned to practice on a limited basis after sitting out earlier in the week. He had his left knee bend awkwardly beneath him during a play at Buffalo last Thursday night. Marshall’s left foot was also hurt on the play.

The Jets will reassess Marshall’s knee and foot on Saturday, and it could come down to how he feels before kickoff.

WASHINGTON: Wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to play for Washington against the Giants in New York on Sunday.

After sitting out practice earlier in the week because of knee and ankle injuries, Jackson participated Friday and Coach Jay Gruden said afterward: “Based on the injury report, he’ll be ready to roll.”

BEARS: Quarterback Jay Cutler is doubtful and top receiver Alshon Jeffery is questionable for Sunday’s game at Dallas because of injuries.

Cutler left Monday’s loss to Philadelphia because of a sprained right thumb. Brian Hoyer has been working with the first team and is expected to start. Jeffery said he developed knee soreness against the Eagles.

The injuries mean the Bears (0-2) could be without two of their most important offensive players when they face the Cowboys. They are also banged up on defense, with linebacker Lamarr Houston tearing the ACL in his left knee against Philadelphia and linebacker Danny Trevathan suffering a thumb injury that required surgery.

BROWNS: Add cornerback Joe Haden to Cleveland’s lengthy bumped-and-bruised list. The two-time Pro Bowler has a groin issue and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game at Miami. Haden did not take part in the team’s walk-through on Friday and Coach Hue Jackson said it’s too early to say if Haden will be able to play against the Dolphins.

CHIEFS: Kansas City will be without starting offensive lineman Parker Ehinger and backup Jah Reid, and likely without star running back Jamaal Charles for Sunday’s game against the Jets.

DOLPHINS: Miami running back Arian Foster was ruled out of Sunday’s game against Cleveland because of a groin injury.

Foster’s absence means second-year pro Jay Ajayi will likely make his first NFL start. Rookie Kenyan Drake is also expected to see significant action.

VIKINGS: Adrian Peterson was placed on injured reserve, another sign that his time with the team could be over following surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.

BILLS: Buffalo wide receiver Sammy Watkins is unlikely to play against Arizona on Sunday. Watkins has been hampered by foot soreness in recent weeks. He underwent foot surgery this offseason.