Jets planning to release or trade wide receiver Decker
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | The New York Jets are planning to trade or cut wide receiver Eric Decker, the latest move in what has been an offseason purge of veterans with big contracts.
General manager Mike Maccagnan says Tuesday night that if the Jets can’t deal Decker, they will move forward without him. Decker’s departure will save the Jets $7.25 million on the salary cap. The news came a few hours after New York cut linebacker David Harris after 10 seasons.