Report: Reggie Bush slips in warmups, aggravates calf
Lions running back Reggie Bush might have aggravated a calf injury by slipping on the field before the game Sunday at Philadelphia, a sideline reporter has told the team website. He slammed his helmet down and was surrounded by trainers.
It remains to be seen if the accident alters his status for the game. He had been listed as questionable before being cleared for action.
Stevan Ridley expected to be active
Report: Dennis Pitta activated in time for Week 14
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta will be active in Week 14 against the Vikings, reports NFL.com Saturday. Pitta has been on injured reserve since suffering a hip injury in the preseason, but has been able to work in practice in recent weeks.
It is not clear if Pitta will be the starter, or even what type of workload he is likely to face at this time. The fact that he is able to play at all is impressive, as he was thought to have possibly been facing a season-ending injury when it occured.
Concussion sidelines Rashad Jennings Week 14
The Raiders announced Marcel Reece will start with Jennings and Darren McFadden (ankle) both sidelined.
Jordan Reed out again
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed will not play against the Chies while he continues to recover from a concussion suffered several weeks ago.
Jason Campbell ready to roll for game against Patriots
Morris Claiborne ruled out yet again
Cowboys defensive back Morris Claiborne (hamstring) will miss his second game in a row in Week 14, as he has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Bears. Claiborne has missed four of the last five games as a result of the injury.
Lance Briggs ruled out for sixth straight
Jay Cutler sits out final day of practice
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (ankle), who has already been ruled out for Week 14 against the Cowboys, was not at practice Saturday. Coach Mark Trestman told theChicago Tribune Cutler was just being held out to rest, after going through practice Thursday and Friday.
Cutler will be re-evaluated Monday to determine his status moving forward.