Eric Decker may have several potential destinations to consider after being released by the New York Jets on Monday and hitting the open market, but at least one team isn’t planning on vying for his services.

The Denver Broncos have declared they are not interested in a reunion with the receiver.

“We’ve drafted two young guys that we’re excited about,” head coach Vance Joseph said Tuesday. “It’s a full room. It’s going to be tough to find six to make our roster, so we can’t add anyone right now.”

Decker played for the Broncos from 2010-13 and posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in his final two years in Denver.

The Broncos’ receiving corps is currently led by Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, with Cody Latimer and Bennie Fowler slotting in behind them. The club drafted Carlos Henderson in the third round of this year’s draft and added Isaiah McKenzie in the fifth round.

“We’re satisfied with what we’ve got in that room,” Joseph said. “It’s a competitive room, it’s a young room, so we’re satisfied.”

Decker’s next team will be the third of his career.

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