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Photos: Eric Decker and a very pregnant Jessie James get sexy for GQ

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Broncos receiver Eric Decker does a lot more than almost run back punt returns for touchdowns before falling down, as he did last week in a playoff game against San Diego. He and his wife, country singer Jessie James, have turned themselves into a virtual brand via oodles of photos shared on social media and Eric & Jessie: Game On, their E reality show.

The couple's latest gambit? Posing for a GQ photo spread in revealing outfits that show off more than a little of Jessie's sizable baby bump.

Here's a screen capture featuring one pic by photographer Ben Watts....

...and another... ...and another: This is only a sampling of the photos: Click here to see the complete GQ slide show, featuring even more revealing images.

In the meantime, let's hope Decker didn't tire himself out so much at the shoot that he falls down again at a key time during Sunday's game against the Patriots.

Here's a CelebTV video about the session.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Photos archive circa July 2013: "Photos: Eric Decker-Jessie James wedding and honeymoon album."

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