Jets to Be Without CBs Lowery, Strickland Against Bills

The Jets will be without cornerbacks Dwight Lowery and Donald Strickland, and backup guard Robert Turner when they face the Buffalo Bills in Toronto on Thursday night.

Both Lowery (high ankle sprain) and Strickland (concussion) also missed last Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. Lowery will again be replaced in the starting lineup by Lito Sheppard, with David Clowney and Brad Smith returning kickoffs.

Turner (knee) was injured in the 17-6 victory, and his absence could allow Matt Slauson, the team’s sixth-round pick, to make his NFL debut.

As expected, quarterback Mark Sanchez (left knee) is listed as probable and will start against the Bills. Sanchez missed four plays Sunday after he was tackled on a scramble.

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