Veteran Receiver Still Dealing With Sprained Knee, Revis Limited But Should Play

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Jets might be without wide receiver Eric Decker for a second straight game.

Decker was limited in Thursday’s practice by a sprained left knee that has kept him out since he was injured in Week 2 against Indianapolis. It appears he could miss his second full game when the Jets travel to London to play AFC East rival Miami on Sunday.

However, head coach Todd Bowles said he’d wait until at least Friday to make a determination.

Starting running back Chris Ivory (quad) and cornerback Antonio Cromartie were full participants on Thursday, while cornerback Darrelle Revis (hamstring) and safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee) were limited.

Revis has said he should be fine for Sunday.

Right guard Willie Colon (sprained MCL) and wide receiver Chris Owusu (knee) are already out, and tight end Jeff Cumberland (concussion) and linebacker Trevor Reilly (finger infection) are unlikely to play.

Bowles said the early decision on Cumberland, who was hurt against the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday, was based on the fact the Jets are leaving Thursday night for a long flight to London so it wouldn’t make sense to have him travel while recovering from the concussion.

That leaves Kellen Davis as the team’s only healthy tight end, although wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is also playing a tight end-like role in coordinator Chan Gailey’s offense. Bowles said the Jets could look to sign another tight end or promote Wes Saxton from the practice squad.

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