FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- With the Denver Broncos slated to arrive on Sunday, all of the New York Jets on the injury report in the past week were able to get out onto the field. That includes LB David Harris (shoulder), who participated in the light Friday walk-through, and WR Eric Decker, who is expected to play Sunday after missing last week with a hamstring injury.
After practice started, Decker, Harris, OL Willie Colon (knee), TE Jeff Cumberland (illness), RB Chris Ivory and WR David Nelson (ankle) went over to the rehab area, but they all joined their position groups for the walk-through. CB Josh Bush (quad) also was with his group although he didn't practice on Thursday.
Coach Rex Ryan said Thursday that Harris, despite his significant shoulder injury, and Decker are tentatively expected to play against the Broncos. The 1-4 Jets, a heavy underdog, will need ever starter they can get for that game.