FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The New York Jets are giving Ryan Fitzpatrick’s sprained left knee a few more days to get ready.

Fitzpatrick will be a game-time decision Sunday to play against the Los Angeles Rams after being listed as questionable Friday.

“He’s getting better than he was,” Coach Todd Bowles said. “I still have to see him work out Sunday to make that decision.”

Fitzpatrick injured his left knee at Miami last Sunday during New York’s 27-23 loss. He participated on a limited basis during all three practice sessions this week.

“If he’s healthy, you’d like to see him practice fully,” Bowles said. “He’s injured so we have to see how he feels. He has two more days to heal.”

CHIEFS: Tight end Travis Kelce was fined $24,309 by the NFL after protesting a non-call by mockingly chucking his towel toward an official and being ejected.

Kelce thought Prince Amukamara of Jacksonville should have been called for pass interference in the end zone during the Chiefs’ 19-14 victory when he grabbed his towel and made like it was a penalty flag. The official threw his hat and another official tossed a penalty flag on Kelce, and Kelce was tossed from the game.

Linebacker Justin Houston, who had surgery to repair his left ACL in February, will have to wait at least another week before making his season debut after he was ruled out for Sunday’s game at Carolina.

FALCONS: Running back Tevin Coleman will miss his third straight game with a hamstring injury, and tight end Jacob Tamme is sitting out his second consecutive game with a shoulder problem.

Cornerback Desmond Trufant left the last game, a Thursday night victory against Tampa Bay, with a shoulder injury. Even with extra time to recover, he wasn’t able to make it back.

VIKINGS: Punt returner Marcus Sherels won’t play against Washington because of an ankle injury.

Defensive tackle Linval Joseph is questionable with an injured shoulder, as is receiver Laquon Treadwell with a hamstring strain, and cornerback Captain Munnerlyn with an injured ankle.

JAGUARS: Receiver Allen Hurns expects to play Sunday against Houston despite being in the NFL’s concussion protocol.

Hurns sustained a concussion last week at Kansas City.