The New York Jets had been attempting to trade veteran receiver Eric Decker for some time now. But the team gave up on that idea on Monday, releasing the 30-year-old veteran.
Decker missed all but three games last season with a hip and shoulder injury. Though, he did tally nearly 2,000 yards with 17 touchdowns in his first two seasons with the Jets prior to last year's injury-plagued campaign.
It will be interesting to see where Decker lands, but he remains a viable bench option in standard 12-team leagues.
From a Jets' perspective, the team has now moved on from both Decker and Brandon Marshall. This means Quincy Enunwa will likely be the team's No. 1 receiver in 2017. He recorded 58 receptions for 857 yards and four touchdowns last season.
Then again, with Josh McCown likely under center, it's highly unlikely we will be able to rely on any skill-position player to be fantasy relevant in 2017.