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Decker “week to week” with partially torn rotator cuff

Jets wide receiver Eric Decker has a partially torn rotator cuff, Jets coach Todd Bowles told reporters Friday, and Decker will miss Sunday’s game vs. the Seahawks. Bowles said Decker will be “week to week” going forward. The team plans to try rest and treatment now, but Bowles wouldn’t rule out Decker needing surgery later.…
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