New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie and running back Chris Ivory are questionable for the team's game against the Colts at Indianapolis on Monday night.

Cromartie (sprained left knee) and Ivory (groin) were both limited Saturday in New York's final full practice before heading to Indianapolis.

Backup cornerback Darrin Walls is doubtful for the game with a tweaked hamstring, while linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin (concussion) and quarterback Geno Smith (broken jaw) are out.

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Cromartie was injured last Sunday in the Jets' season-opening win against Cleveland. Ivory, who ran for 91 yards and two TDs against the Browns, tweaked his groin during practice earlier in the week.

Rookie wide receiver Devin Smith (ribs) was a full participant and will be a game-time decision to make his NFL debut.