Jets linebacker David Harris is inactive for Monday night’s game at Arizona due to a hamstring injury, ending his streak of his consecutive starts at 121.
Harris’s streak was the longest active consecutive starts streak for an NFL linebacker and the second-longest for any defensive player, behind only Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr’s 134 straight starts.
First-round pick Darron Lee is the likely starter in place of Harris.
Jets tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is also out with an ankle injury. Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis and center Nick Mangold, both of whom were listed as questionable, are active and in the starting lineup.
The Cardinals had previously ruled out defensive tackle Ed Stinson with a toe injury. Guard Mike Iupati is also out with an ankle injury. Iupati had been listed as doubtful.