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DeMarco Murray injury won't keep him limited for the Eagles; Eric Decker out for the Jets

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[UPDATE: 11:35 AM ET] - DeMarco Murray has officially been ruled OUT. Read more details here.


Here are some quick injury updates prior to today's Philadelphia Eagles versus New York Jets game starting at 1:00 PM ET.


Eagles starting running back DeMarco Murray is expected to be active, as expected, despite suffering a hamstring tweak in practice this week. Ian Rapoport reports Murray's injury won't impact Philadelphia's running back rotation. Expect Murray to handle the bulk of the Eagles' carries with Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles also mixing in.

Second-year wide receiver Josh Huff is still questionable to play after being added to the injury report on Saturday.


For the Jets, starting wide receiver Eric Decker is expected to be out. New York will also be without another one of their starting wide receivers due to injury, Chris Owusu. Rookie speedster Devin Smith is expected to make his NFL debut in their absences.

Meanwhile, starting running back Chris Ivory is reportedly optimistic he will play. It sounds like star cornerback Darrelle Revis will be able to play, which isn't good news for the Eagles' offense.


The official inactive list will be released around 1.5 hours before kickoff. Stay tuned for more updates.

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