The Tennessee Titans have added another receiving weapon for Marcus Mariota. The team signed veteran receiver Eric Decker to a one-year contract.
Decker himself is coming off a 2016 campaign with the New York Jets that saw him miss all but three games due to shoulder and hip issues.
In his first two seasons with the Jets after signing a free-agent deal from Denver, Decker tallied nearly 2,000 receiving yards 17 touchdowns. In fact, Decker averaged over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns. He's definitely proven to be worth a roster spot in standard 12-team leagues. This, despite the fact that Decker did not have a decent quarterback in his final two full seasons with the Jets.
The expectation here has to be that Decker will join Rishard Matthews as the Titans' two starting receivers with rookie Corey Davis taking on a No. 3 role. This is a clear indication that Decker (should he remain healthy) will have FLEX value in 12-team leagues.