ESPN New York's Rich Cimini reports the Jets are "making a push" to sign free agent Eric Decker during his Wednesday visit.
Free agent Eric Decker is visiting the Jets Wednesday.
NFL Network suggests the Colts, Browns, Texans and Lions as possible landing spots for free agent Eric Decker.
The Denver Post expects free agent Eric Decker to command $8-$9 million annually.
Vic Lombardi of CBS 4 Denver reports the Colts "have interest" in free agent Eric Decker.
Broncos GM John Elway confirmed at the Combine he expects free agents Eric Decker and Knowshon Moreno to test the open market.
The Chargers are not expected to have enough cap space to pursue free agent Eric Decker.
Free agent Eric Decker indicated that he and the Broncos aren't in the same ballpark money-wise, and he intends to "do what is best for my family."
The Boston Herald is the second media outlet this week to project free agent Eric Decker's forthcoming contract to be in the $10 million-per-year range.
ESPN New York expects free agent Eric Decker to command "No. 1" receiver-type money, or "at least" $9 million per year.
Free agent Eric Decker acknowledged he's uncertain whether the Broncos will re-sign him.
Free agent Eric Decker would "love" to re-sign with the Broncos, but admits the situation is out of his control.
Eric Decker was held to one catch for six yards on five targets in Denver's Super Bowl loss to Seattle.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Broncos plan to let Eric Decker test the free agent market in March.