FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP)New York Jets center Nick Mangold is doubtful to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns because of a sprained ankle.

Mangold has missed just four games in his 11-year career, but it appears likely he’ll have to sit this one out. His right ankle was heavily taped Thursday, and he didn’t practice all week.

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Wesley Johnson would likely replace Mangold, as he did after the center was injured early in the first quarter of New York’s 24-16 win over Baltimore last Sunday.

Left tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder) and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle) are questionable. Cornerback Buster Skrine (knee) is doubtful.

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Coach Todd Bowles said Friday that Ben Ijalana would slide from right tackle to left tackle if Clady can’t go. The Jets would also consider activating Breno Giacomini from reserve-physically unable to perform to play right tackle.

Linebackers Darron Lee (ankle) and Bruce Carter (quadriceps) were ruled out Thursday. Offensive lineman Brent Qvale is doubtful with a neck injury.

Running back Matt Forte (knee) and wide receiver Brandon Marshall (foot) are expected to play.

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