Running back Mike Goodson still hoping to make his Jets debut Monday night took the field for practice Friday but didn’t finish the session. He left after about 15 minutes when his hamstring tightened up walking off in the company of a Jets trainer. Goodson rode a stationary bike for the rest of the practice that was open to the media. Gang Green is still hopeful of Goodson suiting up against the Falcons. “He was a little tight today and he went with the trainers for awhile” coach Rex Ryan said. “The thing about Mike is like we’ve said we’ll see how he progresses during the week. It’s tough when you’ve been out that long … so how many reps he plays I’ll just say like I did yesterday I hope he plays. That’s what I’m hoping for. “We’ll see how he comes along. I’m not overly concerned with [the injury].’’ Goodson had just completed his four-game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy and Friday makred his third practice since arriving in the offseason. Special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica said if Goodson plays he could get some opportunities to return kicks.