FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker aggravated a shoulder injury last Sunday, and his availability for the game against the Seattle Seahawks is uncertain.
Coach Todd Bowles says Wednesday that Decker, who was dealing with the injury last week while preparing for Kansas City, was “probably” going to have an MRI.
Bowles adds that the wide receiver didn’t make the Jets’ training staff aware of his latest shoulder issue until Tuesday. Decker didn’t practice Wednesday and wasn’t in the locker room during media availability.
Through three games this season, Decker has nine receptions for 194 yards and two touchdowns. He was limited to one catch for 31 yards in last week’s loss at Kansas City.
Rookie wide receiver Jalin Marshall, who also serves as the Jets’ primary returner, has a torn labrum that will sideline him a few weeks. Backup defensive lineman Lawrence Thomas also has a torn labrum, and will likely miss some time.
Cornerback Darrelle Revis did not practice with an ankle injury that Bowles says isn’t much of a concern.
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