Donnell isn't expected to play Sunday at Washington, after the Giants found a "troubling result" on an MRI on his neck, Dan Graziano of ESPN New York reports. "It's not looking good," Donnell said.
On Monday, Donnell stated that he felt 100 percent after doctors cleared him, but Wednesday's development leaves the tight end without a return date. While he'll likely be ruled out in advance of Sunday's game, Jordan Raanan of NJ.com speculated that Donnell may be in danger of missing the rest of the season. In the meantime, Will Tye and Jerome Cunningham will handle TE reps for the Giants, but a free-agent addition to the corps isn't out of the question.
49ers cornerback Leon McFadden is questionable to return to Saturday's Week 16 game against the Chargers due to a head injury, the team announced. McFadden had yet to record a tackle in Saturday's game at the time of his injury.
Giants defensive end Damontre Moore had his right arm in a sling as he watched Texas A&M's Pro Day with other former Aggies, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. More information on Moore's injury was not immediately available.
Unga (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Jasper Brinkley will step in at middle linebacker, but he didn't get much playing time in nickel packages last week, so he isn't a recommended IDP option for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Unga won't necessarily have an every-down role once he's healthy.
McCluster will be out for 2-3 weeks due to his knee injury suffered during Thursday's game.
McCluster took a hard hit to his knee during Thursday's loss to the Jaguars, which will force him to miss the Titans' next couple games or so. With him out, Antonio Andrews will likely enjoy an expanded role, while rookie David Cobb and Bishop Sankey also factor into the mix.
The Titans signed defensive lineman Al Woods to a two-year deal Wednesday, ending his two-year run with the Steelers. Woods' contract will pay him $5 million over two years, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Wright returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since suffering a knee injury back on November 1.
In the process, interim coach Mike Mularkey said that Wright looked good, which bodes well for the wideout's chances of returning to action Sunday against the Raiders. "He looked much better than I was expecting, he really did," Mularkey said Wednesday. "We still limited him to a specific number of plays, just to make sure we are not overusing him."