Injury report: Eric Decker says he'll play

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker says he will play Sunday after practicing for the first time all week Friday. Decker’s hamstring injury kept him from completing last week’s game against the Bears, but he said this week things have improved.

"Hamstring’s feeling good," Decker said. "Got out there, finally got to practice, definitely night and day from last week. Happy with the way I’ve progressed and looking forward to getting out there Sunday."

Jets coach Rex Ryan said Decker will play, but could be limited.

"They’ll probably be limited a little bit, but he feels better now than he did last week," Ryan said.

The Jets got another wide receiver back in David Nelson, who returned after a bout of food poisoning that kept him out of practice for two days.

Here is the rest of the injury report:


Doubtful: CB Dee Milliner (quad).

Questionable: WR Eric Decker (hamstring).

Probable: RB Chris Johnson (ankle), OL Dalton Freeman (knee), OL Nick Mangold (shoulder), DL Muhammad Wilkerson (knee), OL Willie Colon (calf), WR David Nelson (illness).


Out: TE Joseph Fauria (ankle), CB Cassius Vaughn (ankle), LB Travis Lewis (quad),

Doubtful: S Don Carey (hamstring), T LaAdrian Waddle (calf).

Questionable: WR Calvin Johnson (ankle), FB Montell Owens (hamstring).

Probable: DE Ezekiel Ansah (knee), DT Nick Fairly (biceps), Joique Bell (knee), S James Ihedigbo (neck), DE George Johnson (groin), RB Theo Riddick (hamstring).