FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — After sitting out three weeks with a strained hamstring, New York Jets running back Matt Forte returned to practice Tuesday and claimed he will be ready for the season opener against the Buffalo Bills. “No doubt,” he said. Forte, 31, said he hopes to play Saturday night against the New York Giants, but that hasn’t been confirmed yet. The Jets want to see how he progresses throughout the week before making that determination. “That’s my goal,” Forte said. “I don’t know what the coaches’ plan is, but that’s my plan.” Forte, injured July 31 in the third practice of training camp, went through a similar ordeal last summer. He injured the same hamstring in a precamp workout and missed the first two preseason games. It was actually a torn hamstring, he revealed Tuesday, one that required an injection of platelet-rich plasma. “This one, there was no tear in it, it was just a (grade I) strain,” he…

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