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Eric Decker returns to New York Jets practice ahead of London game

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The New York Jets came in to the 2015 NFL season with high hopes.

They are living up to their lofty expectations of themselves, with new head coach Todd Bowles guiding the Jets to a 2-1 start to open up the 2015 Campaign. The Jets opened up the season with wins against the Browns and Colts before succumbing to a loss against the Philadelphia Eagles last weekend that had to come as a big blow.

The Jets will be looking to bounce back in London and they got some good news with wide receiver Eric Decker making a return to practice.


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Decker was a limited participant in practice for the first time since injuring his knee in the team’s Week Two win over the Colts.

Decker’s return to practice was called “encouraging” by head coach Todd Bowles, according to Dom Cosentino of, but the wideout's status for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins remains uncertain.

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There was more good news on offense for the Jets on Thursday. Running back Chris Ivory was a full participant in practice and Bowles said he expects Ivory to play this weekend

. Ivory was active in the Week Three loss to the Eagles, but didn’t play in the game as he nursed a groin injury.

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