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McNabb a "good possibility" for Sunday
November 28th, 2007

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - While head coach Andy Reid reiterated Wednesday that, once healthy, he will be the starter, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said that he is progressing, and that there is a "good possibility" he will be healthy enough to play Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

McNabb missed Philadelphia's near-upset of the unbeaten Patriots with ankle and thumb injuries suffered against Miami. He suffered a sprained right ankle during the second quarter of the Eagles 17-7 win over the Dolphins on Nov. 18, but also jammed his right thumb during a throw in the first half.

Backup A.J. Feeley, who engineered a pair of touchdown drives in McNabb's absence to rally the Eagles against the Dolphins, threw for 345 yards, three touchdowns, and three interceptions, fueling a quarterback controversy in Philadelphia.

McNabb's thumb has progressed, but his ankle is still bothering him.

"He's getting better. He had a tough workout yesterday, a little bit longer workout throwing and cutting off the ankle and it's a bit tender today and a little bit puffy," Reid said in a story on the Eagles website. "He's living in the training room trying to get it right and it's frustrating the heck out of him because he wants to play," said Reid.

The 5-6 Eagles host the 7-4 Seahawks on Sunday.

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Culpepper probably will start

The Broncos likely will face Raiders quarterback Daunte Culpepper in Sunday's game.

Culpepper helped the Raiders break a six-game losing streak with a win over Kansas City.

Oakland coach Lane Kiffin has said he plans to use 6-foot-6, 255-pound quarterback JaMarcus Russell, the No. 1 pick in this year's draft who has yet to play for the Raiders as a rookie, during a game at some point this season but not have him debut as a starter.

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Wilson's Season Over

Pro Bowl safety must have surgery on heel

Pro Bowl safety Adrian Wilson, here drilling Ravens tight end Todd Heap earlier this season, has decided to undergo season-ending surgery on his heel.

The Cardinals have lost Pro Bowl safety Adrian Wilson for the season, with Wilson scheduling surgery to repair his injured heel/Achilles.

The team is expected to place Wilson on injured reserve.

Wilson hadn’t played since leaving early in the second half of the Nov. 11 game against Detroit. He said earlier this week he couldn’t push off on his bad right foot “or even have the confidence to try.”

Prior to the injury, Wilson hadn’t missed a game since 2002. He had played in 73 consecutive games, with 59 consecutive starts. He made the Pro Bowl last season for the first time with five sacks and four interceptions.

This season, playing less near the line of scrimmage in the Cards’ new scheme, Wilson was sackless but had two interceptions and 54 tackles in nine games.

With backup safety Aaron Francisco gimpy with a bad calf and starting cornerback Eric Green going to IR Tuesday with a groin tear, the Cards’ secondary is hurting going into Sunday’s game with Cleveland. Francisco said Monday he did not expect to be available this week.

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Seahawks' Alexander likely to play after practicing
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Running back pronounces himself ready following his first drills since spraining his ankle 31/2 weeks ago.

Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander was back practicing Wednesday afternoon for the first time since he sprained his ankle 3 1/2 weeks ago and said he will play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Alexander got most of the carries with the offense, his first work since spraining his left knee Nov. 4 in a loss at Cleveland.

Saying his ankle and thumb have improved from injuries suffered Nov. 18 against Miami, Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb pronounced himself closer to returning but is still uncertain for the Seattle game.

"I feel a lot closer, but you have to be smart about the whole situation," McNabb said.

Meanwhile, Coach Andy Reid defused talk of a quarterback controversy between McNabb and A.J. Feeley, saying, "When Donovan's ready to come back physically then he'll be the starting quarterback. Let's not confuse words here."

Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth made it through most of practice for the first time since hurting his right hamstring Nov. 4 but was still unsure about playing.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle is questionable for Sunday against San Diego after missing practice because of a sore back. He was injured Sunday against Oakland.

St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger was held out of practice, three days after sustaining a concussion, and his status remained in doubt for Sunday against Atlanta.

Arizona Cardinals kicker Neil Rackers apologized for striking an NFL Films video camera with his helmet and hurting the unidentified cameraman as he left the field following Sunday's overtime loss to San Francisco. Rackers had just missed what would have been a winning 32-yard field goal. . . . Even after slogging their way to victory over Miami on as bad a field as the NFL has seen in years Monday night, Pittsburgh Steelers players were lobbying hard for the team to resist any NFL pressure to install artificial turf.

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Bucs Leaning Toward McCown

TAMPA - It was still too early Wednesday to know who will be the Bucs quarterback in New Orleans on Sunday. It was not too early to know who probably won't be their quarterback.

Though Bucs coach Jon Gruden refused to tip his hand, it appears Bruce Gradkowski will not get a chance to redeem himself after a non-productive relief outing last week against Washington.

Instead, the Bucs appeared Wednesday to be leaning toward starting the relatively unknown and untested Luke McCown should Jeff Garcia's aching back prohibit him from playing.

While Garcia skipped the workout to have treatment on his back, McCown got the greater share of the snaps two days after Gruden said during his radio show that he would give the bulk of those snaps to the projected starter.

But if starting McCown is the Bucs' plan, they're not saying. Hoping the uncertainty regarding their quarterback may actually give them an edge, the Bucs are trying to keep their best to keep their plans a secret.

"We might not want everybody to know what we're doing - you know what I mean," said Gruden, who would only acknowledge Wednesday to giving Gradkowski and McCown practice snaps.

"I think there is something to the unknown because what do they prepare for?" Bucs quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett said. "Is it going to be a Jeff Garcia game plan? Well, if Garcia plays, then it will be. But if Jeff doesn't play, then what do you prepare for? I think keeping it a little unsure can be a good thing strategically from our standpoint."

McCown and Gradkowski played along Wednesday, neither saying which one got the greater share of snaps during what amounted to two walk-through workouts. All that's known for sure is that Garcia didn't take any snaps.

He spent the day attending meetings, studying the Saints and getting treatment on his back. He also did not sound like a player who was close to getting back on the field anytime soon.

"Right now, I'm not ready to test my back in that sort of way," Garcia said when asked if he was close to returning to practice. "I don't think that would be a smart move on my behalf. To go out there and try to run around would create a negative effect instead of a positive one."

Garcia said two days ago that his back was so sore that he could not even attempt to throw a ball. He reiterated that point Wednesday, but added that his limitations go far beyond that.

"Throwing the ball is the least of my concerns right now," Garcia said. "It's more the normalcy of playing the quarterback position, of getting away from the center, getting into my drop, being able to turn and hand off.

"All those things that challenge your back in certain ways, that's really where my predicament is. I can rotate side to side. It's front and back where I'm having the issues right now."

Garcia refused to rule himself out of the game, and all involved said it likely will come down to a game-time decision. The only problem is that it could make it harder for a reserve to excel.

Hackett pointed out, though, that part of a backup's job is to go in at a moment's notice and play at a high level. Gradkowski's failure to do that is apparently one reason the Bucs may be leaning toward starting McCown this week.

After taking over for Garcia five plays into the Washington game, Gradkowski failed to take full advantage of several great scoring chances while completing nine of 19 throws for 106 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions.

"I was happy with the overall," Hackett said in evaluating Gradkowski's performance. "But my goodness gracious, there were half a dozen plays you would love to think that at this stage he would make those plays. I think that was the disappointing thing. The guy who is in that role has to come in and slam the door in that situation. If you don't slam the door, then you're suspect."

McCown is suspect, but for a different reason. He has played one game for the Bucs since coming to them in a trade with Cleveland in 2005 and has played in six NFL games during his four-year career.

"Not to me he isn't," Hackett said when asked if McCown was an unknown. "I saw his senior tape at Louisiana Tech. I got on the table and screamed to trade for him from Cleveland. But as far as performing in a game here, he's played a little in the preseason and that's it."

McCown said lack of playing time shouldn't be a problem.

"We'll just have to see," he said. "I had plenty of time in the preseason. I wouldn't use that as an excuse anyway."

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Saints DT Young set to return this weekend
November 28, 2007

METAIRIE, La. (AP) -Saints defensive tackle Brian Young, who has missed four games with a knee injury, practiced Wednesday and is expected to return for Sunday's crucial NFC South matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Reggie Bush sat out portions of practice as he did last week with a bruised left shin, but is expected to play.

Young's return could help, depending on how quickly he regains his early season form, when he was briefly the team leader in sacks with three.

``There's no real pain sensation in my knee right now. It's just a matter of getting the strength and endurance back and having to get used to wearing a brace,'' Young said. ``I think I'll be fine. ... It's been amazing how quick it's healed and how little problems I've had with it.''

Young first began to experience swelling in his left knee after the Saints defeated Atlanta in Week 7. He had fluid drained and played in Week 8 at San Francisco, where he got his third sack. He was unable to play the following week against Jacksonville, however, and opted to have arthroscopic surgery.

Young said he wasn't able to start running until late last week, but ran for more than four hours both on Friday and Monday before being cleared to return to practice.

Now in his eighth NFL season, Young said he has never missed four straight games in his career.

``That aspect has been difficult for me to deal with,'' Young said. ``I know my wife hasn't been happy with me because I've been a real (pain) around the house.''

Young, who also missed most of training camp with a broken foot, is now second on the team in sacks behind defensive end Will Smith, who has four.

``Any time you can get a starter back, it's certainly a help,'' coach Sean Payton said. ``We're counting on him this week. He gives you a good pass rush.''

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Testaverde back at practice, backup QB unclear for Panthers
November 28, 2007

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Vinny Testaverde was back on the field Wednesday for the Carolina Panthers in the role of starting quarterback.

His backup, however, remains a mystery.

The 44-year-old Testaverde was a late scratch Sunday after waking up a day earlier with a stiff back. Testaverde, who missed one game and portions of another earlier this season with a right Achilles' tendon injury, practiced without difficulty Wednesday.

``He looks a lot better today than he did Sunday morning,'' coach John Fox said.

Fox again said Testaverde would start Sunday against San Francisco if he remained healthy. Fox wouldn't say whether David Carr, who struggled in Sunday's loss to New Orleans, or undrafted rookie Matt Moore would serve as Testaverde's backup.

``Those will be decisions we make as we go through the week,'' Fox said. ``We announce that an hour and a half before kickoff.''

Carr, signed by the Panthers in the offseason, completed only 10 of 22 passes for 95 yards and two interceptions against the Saints. He was repeatedly booed by the home fans, who started chanting ``We Want Moore'' late in the first half.

Moore eventually replaced Carr early in the fourth quarter after Carr's second interception. Moore completed eight of 14 passes for 66 yards and an interception.

Fox said Monday he didn't want to play Moore too much as he continues to learn the offense and the NFL game.

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Lions say knee injury means CB Stanley Wilson's season is over
November 28, 2007

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -A knee injury has ended the season for Detroit Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson.

The team placed Wilson on injured reserve list and signed cornerback Ramzee Robinson from the practice squad Wednesday. Wilson hurt his knee in a 37-26 Thanksgiving loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Robinson is making his second appearance on the active roster. Detroit called him up for a game against Tampa Bay on Oct. 21, when he made two special teams tackles.

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Rams QB Bulger ruled out against Falcons
November 29th, 2007

St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger will not play this Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons after not passing the required neuropsych tests following a concussion from last weekend.

Bulger underwent the neuropsych testing on Wednesday and missed practice. Prior to the season, all players are required to take a baseline test that must be repeated if a concussion is suffered.

Bulger, who sustained the injury in the first quarter of Sunday's loss to Seattle, has thrown six touchdowns to go along with nine interceptions in nine games this season.

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Steelers place FB Kreider on injured reserve
November 29th, 2007

Pittsburgh, PA (Sports Network) - The Pittsburgh Steelers placed fullback Dan Kreider on injured reserve Thursday after suffering a season-ending knee injury Monday night against Miami.

Kreider, an eight-year veteran, started four games this season for the Steelers and carried the ball once for two yards. He also caught one pass for 15 yards.

To take Kreider's spot on the 53-man roster, Pittsburgh signed tight end Jon Dekker.

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McNabb doubtful for Sunday
November 30th, 2007

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is doubtful for Sunday's matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.

McNabb, who did not participate in practice for the third straight day, missed Philadelphia's near-upset of the unbeaten Patriots with ankle and thumb injuries suffered against Miami. He suffered a sprained right ankle during the second quarter of the Eagles 17-7 win over the Dolphins on Nov. 18, but also jammed his right thumb during a throw in the first half.

Backup A.J. Feeley, who engineered a pair of touchdown drives in McNabb's absence to rally the Eagles against the Dolphins, threw for 345 yards, three touchdowns, and three interceptions in the 31-28 loss at New England Sunday, fueling a quarterback controversy in Philadelphia.

McNabb's thumb has progressed, but his ankle is still bothering him.

Starting strong safety Quintin Mikell is also doubtful for Sunday with a sprained MCL.

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Bills' Lynch out Sunday against Washington
November 30th, 2007

Orchard Park, NY (Sports Network) - Buffalo running back Marshawn Lynch will miss his third straight game because of an ankle injury when the Bills play at Washington Sunday.

Lynch, who practiced Friday on a limited basis, was hurt late in the fourth quarter of a November 11 game against Miami.

The 12th overall pick in the 2007 draft, Lynch has 751 yards on 196 carries with all six of Buffalo's rushing touchdowns in nine games. He has also caught 15 passes for 120 yards.

Defensive end Chris Kelsey is out as well with a left ankle injury suffered during Buffalo's loss to Jacksonville Sunday.

Linebacker Coy Wire (neck) and cornerback Jerametrius Butler (calf) have also been ruled out.

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Croyle out for Chargers game
November 30th, 2007

Kansas City, MO (Sports Network) - Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle will miss Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers with a back injury, meaning Damon Huard will start under center.

Croyle sustained the injury early in Kansas City's 20-17 loss to the Raiders last Sunday, but played through it, completing 12-of-23 passes for 145 yards with no touchdowns and an interception.

"It's very, very sore," said head coach Herm Edwards of Croyle's back. "He threw a little bit but he can't move well."

Croyle has played in five games for the Chiefs this season, posting a 76.6 passer rating with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Huard, in comparison, has eights TDs and 11 picks nine games.

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Texans running back Ahman Green to miss 3rd straight game with knee injury
November 30, 2007

HOUSTON (AP) -Texans running back Ahman Green will miss his third straight game Sunday against Tennessee with a knee injury and Ron Dayne will start in his place.

Green's knee has swelled and bothered him since Week 2, and he has missed five games and played sparingly in the other four since. He practiced more this week than he has in a while, but isn't ready to play.

``It's obvious that when he has extended activity on it, it gives him issues,'' coach Gary Kubiak said. ``Our process these last two days was to push him and see how he responded. He came back this morning and the knee did not swell, he felt good.''

Green signed a four-year, $23 million contract in March. He has 70 carries for 260 yards.

Dayne has 289 yards rushing in the last three games.

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Adrian Peterson probable for Vikings against the Lions on Sunday
November 30, 2007

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -Running back Adrian Peterson was listed as probable for the Vikings' game against the Lions on Sunday after missing two games because of a torn lateral collateral ligament in his right knee.

``He had some soreness, which you would expect ... just from the inactivity,'' coach Brad Childress said after practice Friday.

``It's not going to slow me down,'' Peterson said of the soreness. ``I'm going to be out there going full speed. It's just a matter of feeling what it's like when I get hit.''

Despite the two-game absence, Peterson leads the league in rushing with 1,081 yards and is also first at his position for Pro Bowl votes by fans.

Wide receiver Troy Williamson was listed as doubtful for Sunday's game due to lingering effects from a concussion. He missed Thursday's practice with persistent headaches, and didn't participate Friday.

Backup safety Tank Williams was ruled out with a knee injury, and backup linebacker Dontarrious Thomas (groin) and cornerback Antoine Winfield (hamstring) were questionable.

Defensive end Kenechi Udeze had another excused absence Friday related to the recent birth of his daughter, but Childress expected him to play against Detroit.

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Jets' Cotchery out against Dolphins
November 30th, 2007

Hempstead, NY (Sports Network) - New York Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery will not play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins due to an injured right index finger.

Cotchery, who did not participate in practice all week, was listed as questionable. In 11 games this season, the former North Carolina State product has 54 receptions for 730 yards and a touchdown.

In other injury news, wide receiver Laveranues Coles was limited in practice for the second straight day with an ankle injury, but is listed as probable.

Coles, who leads the Jets with six touchdowns, has 43 catches for 529 yards on the year.

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Broncos' Henry, Young could play vs. Raiders, but Hall likely out
November 30th, 2007

Englewood, CO (Sports Network) - Denver Broncos running backs Travis Henry and Selvin Young both practiced Friday and are each listed as probable for Sunday's game in Oakland against the Raiders.

Henry has been out since partially tearing his posterior cruciate ligament November 4 in a loss to Detroit. Young missed last week's overtime loss to the Bears with a strained knee suffered November 19 against the Titans.

"They should be ready to go," Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan said of his backfield duo.

Shanahan also noted that he had not received any information from the league regarding Henry's appeal for a drug-related suspension, which was filed November 16.

Meanwhile, running back Andre Hall, who filled in for the injured pair in front of him against the Bears, missed practice for the third consecutive day and will likely be out for the Raiders game with a high ankle sprain.

Hall rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-34 loss at Chicago.

Broncos wide receivers Brandon Stokley and Javon Walker both participated fully in practice for the second straight day Friday. Stokley is listed as probable for the Raiders game, while Walker's status is still being called questionable.

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Gruden won't tip his hand

With starting quarterback Jeff Garcia's status uncertain for Sunday because of a lower back injury, Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden did not want to tip his hand on whom would start.

Gruden did not even want to announce if he had changed the quarterback depth chart, promoting Luke McCown over Bruce Gradkowski.

"We'll expect Jeff to play, and for the time being, we'll get the other guys read to go," Gruden said.

The "other guys," have a combined record of 3-12 as starters compared to Garcia's career mark of 51-52.

"They both got reps," Gruden said of McCown and Gradkowski after Wednesday's practice. "We'll just say we're getting them both ready, and if need be, we'll go with one of the two."

That's about as definitive as Gruden would get.

The two players said they were preparing to start.

"All three of us are getting ready to go," McCown said. "We will play whatever role we are asked to play."

McCown described coming off the bench at quarterback as the toughest job in football.

"You don't get the reps during the week, and you have been standing around for the majority of the game," McCown said. "It is a difficult thing to do."

Gradkowski said the quarterback uncertainty did not bother him. Gradkowski has completed 13-of-24 passes for 130 yards this season. McCown has just one completion for nine yards and four attempts this year.

Garcia has passed for 2,135 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"You just have to hop on the roller coaster," Gradkowski said. "Whatever happens, happens, and just go with the flow and be prepared. We're in the playoff hunt right now, and we need to do what's best to win football games, whatever that may be."

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Steelers' Holmes out, Polamalu and Smith doubtful for Sunday

Pittsburgh, PA (Sports Network) - The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely be without the services of wide receiver Santonio Holmes, safety Troy Polamalu, and left tackle Marvel Smith when they take on the division-rival Bengals on Sunday night.

Holmes has already been listed as out for Sunday with a sprained ankle that kept him out of last week's 3-0 win over the Miami Dolphins. Polamalu also missed the Dolphins game with a sprained knee. Both starters sustained their injuries in Pittsburgh's 19-16 overtime loss to the woeful Jets on Nov. 18, and neither practiced this week.

Smith was a last-minute scratch on Monday night with a sore back, and did not practice this week.

The 8-3 Steelers will look to keep their hold on the top spot in the AFC North by sweeping the season series from 4-7 Cincinnati. The 7-4 Browns travel to 5-6 Arizona on Sunday.

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Alexander to start Sunday

Seattle, WA (Sports Network) - Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander will start Sunday's game at Philadelphia, according to head coach Mike Holmgren.

Alexander has been sidelined with various ailments, including a knee injury, since an overtime loss to Cleveland on November 4. He practiced again on Friday.

"He's moving. He is really moving well," Holmgren said. "He has no pain and he wants to play. I'm probably going to play Mo (Maurice Morris) too. We're going to play them both."

Alexander, a former league MVP, has amassed 492 yards on the ground with two touchdowns this season.

The Seahawks enter the contest on a three-game winning streak and a 7-4 record, holding a two-game lead on Arizona in the NFC West.

"It always helps. Think of this now, we're getting back the MVP of the league," Holmgren said. "Last year when he was hurt we struggled just a little bit. He came back and gave us a little bit of burst at the end there, remember. I'm hopeful it will be the same thing this year."

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