Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes and newcomer Greg Salas have been ruled out for Sunday’s AFC East showdown with the Patriots at MetLife Stadium. But the Jets are getting corners Dee Milliner and Kyle Wilson back just in time to face New England — presumably with tight end Rob Gronkowski.

“I still haven’t introduced myself to [Salas] yet. I guess he’s on the team’’ coach Rex Ryan joked of Salas who has yet to practice with Gang Green. “Both those two guys will not play. They did not practice and they will not play. Everybody else practiced full so everybody should be up ready to go.’’

Milliner has sat out the past three games with a pulled hamstring while Wilson had a concussion. Both are listed as probable and each practiced on Friday the first day since the injury Wilson had practiced without the red non-contact jersey.

“I feel good. I’ve just been taking it day-by-day” Wilson said. “Today’s been going well. I kind of just go for it. Just take it day-by-day and be honest with the trainers.”

Asked if he had been cleared he replied “I think so.’’

Asked about having to keep Milliner from getting overzealous after his long layoff Ryan said: “First off I think he just needs to do his job. Last time we had a mental [and an] alignment issue and it cost us a touchdown. I think getting lined up — alignment assignment and technique — and that’s what it’s all about.’’