Decker, who is dealing with a partially torn rotator cuff, is considered week-to-week by coach Todd Bowles, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
Per the report, the Jets hope that Decker -- who is out this week, at a minimum -- will be able to get himself back on the playing field through rest and rehab, though the possibility of surgery down the road, if that approach doesn't suffice, has not been ruled out. With Decker sidelined for the time being, Quincy Enunwa is slated to start at wideout for the Jets, along with Brandon Marshall, while rookie Robby Anderson figures to work as the team's No. 3 option at the position.
Marshall (shoulder) is expected to be out for a couple weeks according to coach Todd Bowles, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Marshall was unable to practice Wednesday and will now be expected to miss an extended period of time. The Jets will have to deploy a new return man along with Robby Anderson and Charone Peake potentially seeing increased reps at wide receiver.
The Jets waived/injured Milliner (undisclosed) on Saturday, Eric Allen of the team's official site reports.
After Milliner's fifth-year option was declined in the offseason, his inability to contribute this preseason may have made the decision an easy one for the Jets. If he clears waivers, the 2013 first-round pick could revert to injury reserve, but the two parties may instead seek an injury settlement.
McDougle was waived by the Jets on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
McDougle was originally drafted in the third round of the 2014 draft, but his rookie season was quickly derailed by a torn ACL. The Jets had hoped that McDougle would rebound in 2015, but the 25-year-old never seemed to return to his old self after the injury.
Williams (concussion) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants.
Even if he were healthy, Williams would face long odds to make the final roster. Matt Forte, Bilal Powell and Khiry Robinson are all locks, and Antone Smith was recently signed to compete for the No. 4 job.
Golden (hamstring) is out for Sunday's matchup against Kansas City.
Golden was optimistic that he'd be able to play after tweaking his hamstring against Philadelphia last week but he'll need at least another week before returning. Look for Shamarko Thomas to pick up the start in his absence.
Golson (foot) is ruled out for Sunday's contest with the Eagles.
Golson has not yet fully recovered from the Lisfranc surgery that he underwent in early August, but the 23-year-old is making tremendous progress. According to various reports, Golson is ahead of schedule and could be nearing a return to action in the coming weeks.
Rogers (toe) won't play Sunday night against the Chiefs, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
With Rogers deemed out by the Steelers, look for some combo of Markus Wheaton and Darrius Heyward-Bey to see reps out of the slot in the Steelers' Week 4 passing attack. To date, Rogers has logged nine catches (on 15 targets) for 100 yards and a TD through the team's first three contests.
Bryant was never under consideration of being cut by the Steelers despite his recently imposed year-long suspension, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Bryant's multiple violations of the league's substance abuse policy triggered a minimum one-year suspension from the league, but the Steelers never considered releasing him, according to general manager Kevin Colbert. Instead, Pittsburgh will hope Bryant makes the necessary changes to his life to get reinstated next year, when he would have two years remaining on his contract with the team. With Bryant suspended, Steelers receivers Markus Wheaton and, more specifically, Sammie Coates, will be looked upon to take advantage of their increased opportunities this season.