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David Harris was just the latest veteran player shown the door in what has been an offseason purge by the New York Jets.

Eric Decker will be the next to leave. And, there could be more to come.

On a dreary Tuesday that will be remembered by Jets fans for fond farewells to two of their favorites, Harris was released and Decker was told he will be traded or cut . The two moves will save the Jets $13.75 million in salary cap space.

"These are tough decisions to make on all of our players," general manager Mike Maccagnan said. "Going forward, we have a situation where we have some flexibility now. We'll see how that unfolds going forward."