Posted by Josh Katzowitz
Eagles at 49ers
Philadelphia will be without CB Asante Samuel, who couldn’t pass his concussions tests this week. That’s probably good news for 49ers WR Michael Crabtree, who ranks just fourth on the team in receptions. Samuel has no concussion symptoms. WR Riley Cooper, meanwhile, has developed concussion symptoms, though he passed his baseline test. He also won’t play.
RB LeSean McCoy is listed as questionable with a cracked rib, but he likely will play while wearing a flak jacket. QB Michael Vick and his cracked rib didn’t make the trip to San Francisco, meaning Kevin Kolb and Mike Kafka are the only signal-callers available. G Nick Cole didn’t practice Friday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. He’s also questionable to play.
49ers TE Delanie Walker is out with a sprained ankle. That’s unfortunate for San Francisco, because he makes even more of an impact on the squad than his seven catches this season would attest. OG Chilo Rachal, who suffered a shoulder stinger in the season opener, is probable to play.
Vikings at Jets
Of the nine New York players who are on the list, only one is not probable. That’d be LB Jamaal Westerman (ankle).
But the big news today is that CB Darrelle Revis is probable. Just in time for Minnesota’s Randy Moss, who was with New England in Week 2 when he beat Revis for a spectacular one-handed TD catch (Revis hadn’t been seen since because of a hamstring). Antonio Cromartie has done a decent job replacing Revis at No. 1 CB, but having Revis back is big news for the Jets.
Minnesota second-round pick CB Chris Cook can’t seem to stay on the field. After making his career debut in Week 3, recording four tackles, he missed last week – and is out this week – after surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee. Starting C John Sullivan is questionable with a calf injury and isn’t likely to play.
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