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Decker, J.Marshall Inactive for Today's White Out

Wideout Depth Chart Gets Revamped for Seattle; Ex-Seahawk Pope Could Make Pro Debut


The Jets will go into battle against the Seattle Seahawks for today's "White Out" game at MetLife Stadium with a new wideout depth chart.

WR Brandon Marshall said he was fine this week and he'll be needed at the top of his game with WRs Eric Decker (shoulder) and Jalin Marshall (shoulder) inactive.

Moving in opposite Marshall in the starting lineup will be WR Quincy Enunwa. Robby Anderson is the No. 3 wideout, with Charone Peake and newly re-signed Jeremy Ross also available for duty. Ross is also the prime candidate to return punts and kickoffs for Jalin Marshall.

Ryan Clady, limited all week at practice also with a sore shoulder, is ready to start at left tackle.

The Jets will be wearing white jerseys and white pants for this game and all fans are encouraged to wear white T-shirts, jerseys and other apparel to create a sea of white in the MetLife stands. The only other times the Jets have worn white/white under head coach Todd Bowles were vs. Philadelphia last year (loss) and at Buffalo in Game 2 this year (win). The Jets have won three of their last four home games when wearing white/white.

RB Troymaine Pope, acquired off waivers from Seattle last month and inactive the first three weeks, is active today and can make his NFL debut.

The Jets' inactives for today's game:

■ QB Christian Hackenberg

■ QB Bryce Petty

■ CB Darryl Roberts

■ T Brandon Shell

■ WR Eric Decker

■ TE Austin Serferian-Jenkins

■ WR Jalin Marshall

Seattle's inactives:

■ RB CJ Prosise

■ RB Thomas Rawls

■ SS Tyvis Powell

■ G Rees Odhiambo

■ T George Fant

■ TE Nick Vannett

■ DT Jarran Reed

Bowles' gameday captains today are RB Bilal Powell, T James Carpenter, S Marcus Gilchrist and DL Muhammad Wilkerson.

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