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Decker likely out in the Divisional round against the Pats

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Tim Tebow may be without one of his key wide receivers for next week’s game.

Eric Decker (Getty Images/Stringer Marc Piscotty)

Eric Decker has been a starter for the Broncos this season. But will likely miss the Divisional round game at the New England Patriots.

Decker reportedly has an MCL sprain. But the Denver Post has reported that Decker has a serious ACL injury.

Head Coach John Fox would only go as far as to say it was a “significant” injury. Decker will have an MRI on the injury on Monday to get the official diagnosis.

Tebow used to favor Decker as his favorite receiver to begin the season. However, Demaryius Thomas has been the big play guy late in the regular season and in the Wild Card game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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