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Decker & Harris Will Play; NY Jets Injury Report

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The news on the injury front for the Jets is encouraging. Eric Decker will be on the field with newly acquired Percy Harvin.  Rex sums up the injury situation this way…

Everybody’s probable except two guys. (Trevor) Reilly and (Greg) Salas, they’re questionable. We already know the answer. You guys already know the answer when those two are out there. They were limited. Those two were limited. So was (Eric) Decker and (David) Harris, but they’re going to play. Everybody else was full.

Here is the full injury report (below):


Pos. Player Injury Wednesday (10/22) Thursday (10/23) Friday (10/24) Game Status
OL Oday Aboushi Shoulder Limited Limited Full Probable
DB Phillip Adams Groin Limited Limited Full Probable
LB Antwan Barnes Knee Full Full Full Probable
OL Willie Colon Knee Limited Limited Full Probable
WR Eric Decker Hamstring Limited Limited Limited Probable
LB David Harris Shoulder Limited Limited Limited Probable
RB Chris Johnson Ankle Full Full Full Probable
OL Nick Mangold Shoulder Full Full Full Probable
RB Bilal Powell Foot Full Full Full Probable
LB Trevor Reilly Knee DNP Limited Limited Questionable
WR Greg Salas Wrist/Ankle Limited Limited Limited Questionable
DB Darrin Walls Knee Full Full Full Probable


Pos. Player Injury Wednesday (10/22) Thursday (10/23) Friday (10/24) Game Status
WR Marquise Goodwin Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
LB Ty Powell Ankle DNP DNP DNP OUT
RB Fred Jackson Groin DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
WR Marcus Easley Knee Limited Limited Limited Questionable
S Aaron Williams Neck Limited Limited Limited Questionable
CB Ron Brooks Groin N/A N/A Limited Probable
LB Brandon Spikes Ribs Full Full Full Probable
DE Mario Williams Thumb Full Full Full Probable
WR Sammy Watkins Groin Full Full Full Probable

This Article Was Written By Phil Sullivan

Phil Sullivan

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