Coffee with the New York Jets: Team expects to see Murray

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Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on the uncertain statuses of several key players on the Jets, why DeMarco Murray should play against Gang Green on Sunday and a look at what Chan Gailey thinks about the Jets’ offense so far. Enjoy!

Darrelle Revis, Eric Decker, Chris Ivory practice status uncertain by Kieran Darcy (ESPN)

"Revis (groin), who worked on a limited basis Thursday, did return to the sideline before the portion of practice open to the media ended. Decker (knee), who did not work Thursday, was walking back to the field as the media exited."

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray (hamstring) to play vs. Jets by Ashley Fox (ESPN)

"Playing behind a rebuilt offensive line, Murray has been constantly hit behind the line of scrimmage. He was visibly upset during last week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys — his former team — in which he gained only 2 yards on 13 carries."

EA Q&A: Kerley & Stacy Could Play Bigger Roles by Eric Allen (NewYorkJets.com)

"The Jets are dealing with a pair of injuries at the WR position.  had arthroscopic surgery on his knee Thursday and he is expected to miss three weeks.  is dealing with a knee ailment and has not practice this week. Chris Owusu Eric Decker"

Gailey Appreciates Marshall’s ‘Openness’ by Eric Allen (NewYorkJets.com)

"“Different types of routes. Different ways to run things,” said Chan Gailey today. “Different thought processes as far as how to set things up for the next time, and the next time and the next time. He’s been really open to that.”"

Why NFL experts fear a mismatch in Jets-Eagles by Justin Terranova (New York Post)

"“They have an opportunity to be special defensively,” said former Buccaneers safety and nine-time Pro Bowler , who will call the game for FOX. John Lynch"

Broken jaw strangely could end up saving Geno Smith’s career by George Willis (New York Post)

"Then he was asked how things are going working behind , who was signed to be Smith’s backup this year but has led the Jets to a 2-0 start. That’s when Smith’s face really lit up for perhaps the first time since Aug. 11, when linebacker punched him in the face in the Jets locker room, breaking his jaw. Ryan Fitzpatrick IK Enemkpali"

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