After missing the last two games with a partially torn rotator cuff, Jets wide receiver Eric Decker will be placed on injured reserve and his season could be over, the team announced. Decker is expected to have shoulder surgery, according to several reports.

Decker signed with the Jets before the 2014 season. He had 74 receptions for 962 yards and 5 touchdowns in '14, and improved to 80/1,027/12 with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center last season, and playing alongside Brandon Marshall. In three games this season, Decker averaged a career-best 21.6 yards per catch (9 receptions, 194 yards), but a shoulder injury abruptly ended that strong start.

Fitzpatrick and the Jets still have Marshall, who leads the team in receiving, and Quincy Enunwa (27 receptions, 294 yards, 1 TD) has emerged as a reliable target, and the team will continue to try to incorporate former Buccaneers tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins into an offense that currently ranks 29th in passing, according to Football Outsiders' metrics.