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Winless Rams finally getting some players back
October 17, 2007

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ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Randy McMichael looked around the huddle in practice Wednesday and Marc Bulger, Steven Jackson and Isaac Bruce looked back at the tight end. The St. Louis Rams are still winless, but finally there is some hope.

"It's been a frustrating year, all the losing, and it seems like you're always losing a teammate," McMichael said. "We lose teammates for weeks at a time, so it will make you a little happy to see some of your guys back out there."

Bulger is back after broken ribs forced him to miss two games, a pair of losses in which backup Gus Frerotte threw eight interceptions.

Jackson and Bruce were still limited in practice, with Bruce a better bet to return this week at Seattle. Coach Scott Linehan said Jackson, recovering from a partially torn groin that has sidelined him for three games, had an "outside chance" of playing.

"He's starting to show signs of returning," Linehan said. "It's very encouraging, we talked about it as a team. We're adding players, slowly but surely."

St. Louis (0-6) has been hit hardest on offense, with backup center Andy McCollum likely to become the 23rd starter. Brett Romberg, the starting center, did not practice Wednesday and could miss the Seattle game with a sprained ankle although Linehan doesn't expect him to be out long.

"There's only so much bad luck one team can have," McMichael said. "I really don't think I've seen injuries hit a team like it's hit us every week."

Still, McMichael prefers to be optimistic and said he wasn't alone in that feeling during a spirited practice.

"The guys were all amped up and everybody was working hard and you could tell the crispness," McMichael said. "It was like everybody felt like we were 0-0 and we were starting our season from this game."

Offense, which was supposed to be the Rams' strength, instead is the weakness. St. Louis is 29th in the NFL in points and has been outscored 159-73.

Before the season, Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck expected a lot more from the Rams.

"I really thought they would be a sleeper team, potentially to go to the Super Bowl," Hasselbeck said. "To see their record where it is, is surprising."

The Rams have been hit hard on the offensive line, with linemen Orlando Pace and Mark Setterstrom out for the year and top backup Todd Steussie out half the season with a broken foot. Wide receivers Drew Bennett, Dante Hall, Dane Looker amd Bruce were all sidelined last week.

That meant unexpected playing time for return man Brandon Williams, signed last week and a prominent role for Marques Hagans, the emergency third quarterback the first four weeks, who dropped a touchdown pass.

"You never want to use it as an excuse, but we've been decimated by injuries," said Looker, who missed the last two games with a deep thigh bruise. "The backups, they can't be backups, they've got to be starters waiting to play."

The Rams haven't given up yet, with their bye week coming up after two more games. Plus they're in the weakest division in the NFC with Arizona and Seattle, both 3-3, tied for first.

"As bleak as it's been, we're only three games out of first place," Looker said. "You win this game, you're two games out and that's got to be our mindset."

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Lions RB Jones back in starting lineup
October 17, 2007

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ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Kevin Jones walked off the practice field with beads of sweat on his forehead, coyly answering questions about his role with the Detroit Lions.

Signs and sound bites have pointed toward Jones being Detroit's No. 1 running back against Tampa Bay, but he wasn't about to break the news.

"Is that what you hear?" Jones asked Wednesday. "From who?"

Minutes later, Lions coach Rod Marinelli said Jones would start Sunday against the Buccaneers.

Jones missed the first two games recovering from a foot injury that also sidelined him for the last three games of last year, but he has responded well to having at least 10 carries in each of the past two games.

"He's ready to go," Marinelli said. "He's going to start."

Tatum Bell has started each game for the Lions this season and his agent talked to them last week about trading him before Tuesday's deadline, which passed with him still on the team.

Bell, acquired in a trade from Denver, has 44 carries for 182 yards and a touchdown this season. He ran the ball 15 times for 87 yards and a score in the season-opening win at Oakland, then averaged less than half as many carries in the next four games.

Marinelli said Bell is No. 2 on the depth chart at running back, adding reserve running back T.J. Duckett might play against Tampa Bay. Duckett has been out with an ankle injury since Week 1.

"We've got a chance to have that whole group finally," Marinelli said.

Detroit (3-2) hosts Tampa Bay (4-2) after a bye week that aided Jones' comeback.

"The break was good for my foot, and my body in general," Jones said. "I feel healthier this week."

Jones ran for 1,133 yards and five TDs as a rookie in 2004 after the Lions drafted him in the first round, hoping he would end their search for a running back since Barry Sanders suddenly retired.

In 12 games last season, he had 689 yards rushing and six scores and caught 61 passes for 520 yards and two TDs as a key player in Mike Martz's offense.

The Lions took him off the physically unable to play list after training camp, putting him on the active roster. After being inactive for two games, he had three carries in the third game, 10 in the fourth and 11 for 48 yards in Week 5 at Washington.

Jones said he is ready to handle the bulk of the carries, but Marinelli said the team still has to be cautious.

"He's got to get the rhythm, but we also have to be smart with him too," Marinelli said. "We just have to have an eye on him as we're going."

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TE Davis, QB Smith return to practice for 49ers
October 17th, 2007

Santa Clara, CA (Sports Network) - The San Francisco 49ers welcomed quarterback Alex Smith and tight end Vernon Davis back to practice on Wednesday.

Smith suffered a separated right shoulder in a September 30 loss to Seattle and missed last week's setback against Baltimore.

Davis, meanwhile, has been out since suffering a sprained MCL in his right knee in a Week 3 loss to Pittsburgh.

Both players practiced Wednesday on a limited basis for the first time since suffering their injuries.

"We won't know the status of Vernon (Davis) or Alex (Smith) until later this week," said 49ers head coach Mike Nolan. "I have no firm decision saying 'this players starting, or not'. That's where that stands with those two guys."

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Broncos place TE Alexander on IR
October 18th, 2007

Englewood, CO (Sports Network) - The Denver Broncos placed veteran tight end Stephen Alexander on injured reserve with a lower left leg injury Thursday.

To replace Alexander on the roster, the Broncos signed tight end Chad Mustard. A fourth-year player in his second season with the Broncos, Mustard has played both the tight end and tackle positions.

In 31 career regular-season games with Cleveland and Denver, Mustard has totaled seven receptions for 61 yards and four kickoff returns for 21 yards.

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Walker to have surgery on right knee, expected to miss weeks
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --  Denver Broncos wide receiver Javon Walker will undergo surgery on his right knee on Friday and will be out for ''a few weeks,'' coach Mike Shanahan said Thursday.

Walker missed the Broncos' past two games because of swelling, but practiced Monday and Wednesday.

''Javon's not feeling very good,'' Shanahan said. ''He'll get operated on tomorrow in Houston, so he'll be out for a few weeks.''

Shanahan didn't have a precise timetable for Walker's return.

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QB Trent Dilfer to get another start for Niners, but Alex Smith will suit up
October 18, 2007

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -Quarterback Trent Dilfer will start for the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday against the New York Giants, though Alex Smith also will be in uniform.

Coach Mike Nolan made his decision Thursday after watching two days of practice with Dilfer and Smith, who separated his right shoulder on the third play of San Francisco's 23-3 loss to Seattle on Sept. 30. Dilfer, a 14th-year pro, is 24-of-52 for 254 yards with three interceptions and one touchdown pass since then.

Though Smith returned to practice this week and participated in most drills while wearing pads Thursday, Nolan isn't ready to put a key game on the sore shoulders of his former No. 1 overall draft pick.

``I'm not certain that the confidence in Alex, or my confidence in watching him, is where it needs to be,'' Nolan said. ``I know he wants to play in the worst way, but I think he understands what I mean.''

Smith led the 49ers to season-opening victories over Arizona and St. Louis, but his numbers are unimpressive while throwing to a mediocre receiving corps and getting hit regularly behind a struggling offensive line. He's 43-of-84 for 461 yards with one TD pass and one interception while getting sacked 10 times for a 66.6 passer rating.

No matter who's taking the snaps, the offense has failed to gain 200 yards in four of the Niners' five games. San Francisco has scored just 10 points in nearly two full games under Dilfer, who is getting his first playing time since 2005.

``The mind-set is no different, but that uncomfortableness of what's going to happen, I think coach Nolan did the right thing to make a decision,'' Dilfer said. ``You always want to be part of the solution, and I'm very excited about the opportunity. I've established a great rapport with the guys, and I think that shows on the practice field.''

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New England at Miami


One of the few places the Patriots have struggled is Miami, where they are 2-5 since Belichick became head coach in 2000. New England is 1-13 all-time there during the first two months of the season, and has never scored more than 19 points in an October game in Miami.

San Francisco at N.Y. Giants

The Giants won 24-6 on Nov. 6, 2005 behind two fourth-quarter touchdown runs from Brandon Jacobs in their last meeting with San Francisco. Eli Manning threw for 251 yards and one TD, as New York snapped a six-game losing streak in the series, including two playoff losses.

Tampa Bay at Detroit

Detroit's defense is allowing 31.0 points and 378.6 yards per game, both NFC highs. Tampa Bay has won four straight and six of the last seven between the teams.

Tennessee at Houston

Last season, the Titans owned the third-worst rushing defense in the NFL with 144.6 yards allowed a contest and ranked last in the league with 369.7 total yards yielded per game.

Houston, meanwhile, ranks 29th in the NFL with just 81.7 rushing yards per game this season.

The Texans ran for 228 total yards in their first two games, but have just 262 in their last four contests.

Arizona at Washington

Washington has won five straight over Arizona and is 27-6 against the Cardinals at home. This is Arizona's first visit to Washington D.C. since 2002 and the first time the teams have played since the Redskins won 17-13 in 2005.

The Cardinals are looking for their first win in the nation's capital since 1998.

Atlanta at New Orleans

The Saints swept the season series with the Falcons last year, including a 23-3 victory on Sept. 25, 2006, in the first game back at the Superdome since Katrina. In the second contest, a 31-13 win in Atlanta, Drew Brees threw for 349 yards and two touchdowns.

New Orleans has not won three in a row over Atlanta since 1992-93.

Baltimore at Buffalo

The teams will meet at Ralph Wilson Stadium for the first time after three matchups in Baltimore, including a 19-7 win by the Ravens in last year's regular-season finale that secured a first round bye.

Kansas City at Oakland

Kansas City has had few problems beating Oakland lately, winning 26 of 34 meetings since 1990.

The Chiefs have won a franchise-record eight straight over the Raiders - their longest active streak against any opponent - but seven of those wins have been by seven points or less.

N.Y. Jets at Cincinnati

New York has won five straight against Cincinnati, including a 31-24 victory on Sept. 12, 2004 in the last meeting.

Chicago at Philadelphia

The Eagles have won the last five meetings between the teams, including a 2002 playoff game, since a 20-14 loss in Chicago on Dec. 24, 1995. The Bears are visiting Philadelphia for the first time since 2000 and haven't won there since a 17-3 victory on Oct. 10, 1993.

St. Louis at Seattle

The Seahawks look to avoid a third straight loss when they host the winless Rams in a divisional matchup on Sunday.

The Seahawks, who last lost three in a row in December, can't afford falling to another winless team in St. Louis (0-6), which looks to avoid opening with seven straight losses for the first time in franchise history.

Minnesota at Dallas

Minnesota has won five straight against Dallas, including a playoff victory in 2000. The teams haven't met since the Vikings won 35-17 on Sept. 12, 2004.

Pittsburgh at Denver

Denver has won 15 of the 25 all-time meetings against the Steelers. The Broncos have won three straight at home against Pittsburgh during the regular season, but this is the Steelers' first visit since a 34-17 win in the AFC championship game in January 2006.

Indianapolis at Jacksonville

The Colts, who have committed a league-low three turnovers, are looking to go 6-0 for the third straight year. The only other teams to do it were St. Louis from 1999-2001 and Green Bay from 1929-31.

However, their only post-bye loss in the last five seasons came against Jacksonville in 2004, 27-24.

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I love Washington this weekend if Rattay starts for AZ. Warner is a game time decision, but what else is new? The point spread is going to be high, but the Cardinals won't be able to move the ball with Rattay under center...

Here's hoping the line doesn't get too high by Sunday morning!

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Updated NFL injury report: Week 7
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QB Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers
Status: Probable

Smith believes he's ready to take over the 49ers offense again. Coach Mike Nolan thinks his quarterback's competitive streak is healthier than his shoulder. Trent Dilfer will start again for the 49ers, though Smith also will be in uniform when they visit the New York Giants.

TE Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers
Status: Questionable

Davis returned to practice Wednesday after missing the last two games with a knee injury. Coach Mike Nolan wouldn't speculate on his chances to play against the New York Giants, but Davis said he was ready to go.

QB Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals
Status: Questionable

Warner tore a ligament in his left - non-throwing - elbow early in Sunday's loss to Carolina. He has settled on a combination of tape and a brace to hold his injured elbow in place and says he's feeling good about being able to play Sunday at Washington.

WR Anquan Boldin, Arizona Cardinals
Status: Probable

Two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Boldin has practiced all week and will play Sunday after missing three games with a hip injury.

WR Javon Walker, Denver Broncos
Status: Out

Walker needs another surgery on his right knee and will be out ''for a few weeks,'' coach Mike Shanahan said Thursday.

WR D.J. Hackett, Seattle Seahawks
Status: Questionable

How much, or if Hackett will play Sunday remains to be determined. Offensive coordinator Gil Haskell wasn't expecting Hackett back until after Seattle's bye next week.

RB Priest Holmes, Kansas City Chiefs
Status: Questionable

Holmes went through another impressive workout on Thursday and the Chiefs appeared to be leaning toward activating the 34-year-old running back. Coach Herm Edwards said he still had not made a decision whether Holmes would play Sunday at Oakland.

RB Laurence Maroney, New England Patriots
Status: Questionable

Even though the Patriots are running short of running backs, Maroney says he won't jeopardize his health to return to the lineup. He is expected to miss this week's game in Miami.

QB Vince Young, Tennessee Titans
Status: Questionable

Young threw a little Thursday, but remained sidelined during practice by his strained right quadriceps muscle. Coach Jeff Fisher has said Young might be able to skip practicing and still play Sunday.

QB Marc Bulger, St. Louis Rams
Status: Probable

Bulger is back after broken ribs forced him to miss two games, a pair of losses in which backup Gus Frerotte threw eight interceptions.

QB Trent Green, Miami Dolphins
Status: Out

Green said the decision whether he should retire may be made for him by doctors who have yet to clear him to play following his second severe concussion in 13 months. Concerns about possible long-term effects left the two specialists he consulted unwilling to give him an OK to practice or play.

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Vikings S Dwight Smith out with hamstring injury for game against Cowboys
October 19, 2007

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -Minnesota Vikings safety Dwight Smith will not play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys because of a nagging hamstring injury.

Smith has been bothered by the sore hamstring for most of the season, but it appears to have worsened this week and he was listed as out on the injury report on Friday.

``He has been kind of fighting through it and he and the doctors and the trainers feel like it is just best that he gets that thing healed up,'' coach Brad Childress said after practice. ``Hamstrings are funny things; some people can play the next week and some they linger.''

Smith has been a physical presence on the back end of the Vikings defense and has emerged as a vocal team leader since signing as a free agent before last season. The seventh-year veteran has 21 tackles and two interceptions.

The Vikings defense is better equipped than most to handle the loss of a safety. Darren Sharper is the other starter and they also have veterans Tank Williams and Mike Doss on the roster.

``It definitely helps,'' cornerback Antoine Winfield said. ``It would be a lot different if we had a guy who was coming in that was a rookie. Those guys have played in big games, have a lot of experience and know the defense. So I think they'll be able to go out there and perform well for us.''

Childress said Williams and Doss, both of whom are coming back from serious knee injuries last year, will see time at safety against the Cowboys.

Williams said he is looking forward to his first action on defense since 2005 when he was with the Tennessee Titans. He missed all of last season with a knee injury and has played almost exclusively on special teams in the first five games this year.

``I haven't played defense since my days in Tennessee, so I'm definitely looking forward to it,'' Williams said. ``You never want it to happen in a manner like this, but you definitely have to make the most of your opportunities when you're out there.''

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Titans' Young will be game-time decision
October 19, 2007

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Titans quarterback Vince Young will be a game-time decision Sunday against Houston after he took one series of snaps with the scout team Friday.

Young had injured his right quadriceps against Tampa Bay and had not practiced all week. He began Friday's workout by dropping back and throwing the ball, then ran the Titans scout team offense during a red zone drill against the starting defense.

Young was not available to the media on Friday, but Titans coach Jeff Fisher said the quarterback felt better and would still be a game-time decision.

``He was limited. He participated in warmups, threw the ball and participated in limited practice,'' Fisher said. ``That would imply that he's improving. He will still be a game-time decision, but it was encouraging to see him on the field today.''

Kerry Collins took all the first-team snaps on Friday.

``I'm ready to go. I feel like practice has gone well this week and I have a good feel for what we are going to do,'' said Collins, who has not started a regular-season game since Sept. 24, 2006.

The Titans currently do not have a third-string quarterback on the active roster, though Ingle Martin is on the practice squad.

Elsewhere with the Titans, running back Chris Brown was out of practice with a left ankle injury for the third straight day, but he has not been ruled out of the game.

Fullback Ahmard Hall practiced on Friday after suffering a concussion against Tampa Bay.

Defensive end Antwan Odom, who has been battling a thigh injury, was also out of practice again Friday.

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Ravens stars questionable for Sunday
October 19, 2007

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis has an injured knee and is one of several key players who could miss Sunday's game against Buffalo.

Lewis will be a game-time decision, coach Brian Billick said Friday.

Center Mike Flynn (knee) is listed as questionable. Tight end Todd Heap (hamstring), cornerback Chris McAlister (knee) and tight end Daniel Wilcox (foot) didn't practice all week and are expected to be out Sunday.

Cornerback Samari Rolle will play Sunday after practicing most of the week, his first start since the second week of the season. He was limited to special situations in a 22-3 win over St. Louis last week, making his return after missing three games with an undisclosed illness that briefly hospitalized him.

``He'll be fine,'' Billick said. ``He's been through two good days.''

Offensive tackles Jonathan Ogden (turf toe) and Adam Terry (sprained ankle) are questionable, and rookie Jared Gaither is preparing to make his second NFL start. Quarterback Steve McNair is out with a back injury and backup Kyle Boller will start in his place.

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Falcons' TE Crumpler doubtful with knee, ankle injuries
October 19th, 2007

Flowery Branch, GA (Sports Network) - Atlanta Falcons tight end Alge Crumpler has not practiced all week because of knee and ankle injuries and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.

Crumpler, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, came under fire after a 20-13 loss to Tennessee in Week 5. Crumpler suggested after the game that the veterans were being phased out under rookie head coach Bobby Petrino.

Crumpler is averaging a career-low 10.7 yards per catch this season on just 19 receptions in six games.

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Texans' WR Johnson out for Week 7
October 19th, 2007

Houston, TX (Sports Network) - Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson is listed as doubtful for Sunday's matchup against the Tennessee Titans, but according to head coach Gary Kubiak, Johnson will not play.

"Of course Andre Johnson's not going to play this week," said Kubiak following practice on Friday. "But he is making progress. He ran a lot today, did some cutting, so he's taken a step forward this week."

Johnson will sit out his fifth straight contest due to a sprained knee suffered during the Texans' Week 2 encouter with the Carolina Panthers.

For the season, Johnson has 14 catches for 262 yards with three touchdowns.

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Broncos' WR Walker undergoes surgery
October 19th, 2007

Englewood, CO (Sports Network) - Denver Broncos No. 1 wide receiver Javon Walker underwent surgery to clean out his injured right knee.

Head coach Mike Shanahan made said doctors estimated Walker would be out six weeks. The sixth-year wideout had surgery in the offseason on the knee, but he hasn't played since Week 3 when he had just two catches for 10 yards against Jacksonville.

For the season, Walker has 19 catches for 230 yards with no touchdowns.

Shanahan also said cornerback Champ Bailey is questionable for Sunday's home game against Pittsburgh due to a strained quadriceps muscle. Bailey returned to practice on Friday, but saw limited time on the field.

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Green's season is over; will he retire?
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Trent Green's decision about whether or not he should play again this season has been made for him.
The Miami Dolphins have placed Green on the injured reserve list, ending his 2007 season.

Green had undergone tests this week and last week to determine the extent of damage done by his second major concussion in as many seasons. His latest was deemed a Grade 3 concussion after his head collided with the knee of Houston Texans defensive tackle Travis Johnson.

Green is in his first season as a starter for the 0-6 Dolphins after reuniting with former position coach Cam Cameron.

"At this point, this is the best thing for Trent and the team," Cameron said in a statement. "The doctors have prescribed rest for now. No long-term decisions regarding Trent's future have been made."

Green said he understood the Dolphins' need to make a move.

"I appreciate the way the organization has handled this," he said in a statement. "I realize this is in the best interest of my long-term health, and I want nothing but the best for the team. Right now I haven't made any decisions about my future, but I talked with the Dolphins about staying involved in some capacity the rest of the season."

Green has been a mentor to rookie John Beck, a second-round draft pick who may soon be given a chance to show whether he's the Dolphins' quarterback of the future. Cleo Lemon will make his third NFL start Sunday for Miami (0-6) against New England (6-0).

Since the retirement of Dan Marino following the 1999 season, Miami has used 11 starters at the position.

While he has not yet made the decision on his future, there has been debate over whether or not Green should retire.

Green considered retirement when a concussion in September 2006 sidelined him for eight games with the Kansas City Chiefs. The effects of the latest injury were less serious, he said, although it left him unconscious for at least 30 seconds.

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