NFL Week 11 Injuries: Terrelle Pryor, LaMarr Woodley out
Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor and Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley are out Sunday.
Terrelle Pryor out for Texans game
<a href= quarterback <a href= has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans. A knee ailment him limited in practice on Friday and the team made the official announcement Saturday. Rookie Matthew McGloin will make his first NFL start.
LaMarr Woodley out for Steelers
Steelers outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley is inactive against the Lions after straining his calf in last week's win over the Bills. Rookie Jarvis Jones and fourth-year player Jason Worilds will start.
Report: Mike Pouncey won't play Week 11
NFL Network reports Pouncey ended up in the hospital Friday because of issues with his kidney and gallbladder.
Patriots defensive backs ruled out
The <a href= ruled out two defensive backs for Week 11 against the Panthers, due to injury. <a href= (knee) and <a href= (finger) will both sit out Monday's game.
The team could also be without two more defensive backs due to injuries. <a href= (groin) and <a href= (hip) are both questionable for Monday's game, after being limited through the week in practice.
Paul Posluszny out vs. Cardinals
Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny has not been cleared to play Sunday against the Cardinals after suffering a concussion in Week 10. It will be the first game he's missed since joining the Jags before the 2011 season.
Seahawks activate Russell Okung
The <a href= activated tackle <a href= (toe) from injured reserve Saturday, and he could be active in week 11, for the first time since Week 2. <a href= was released to make room on the roster.
Percy Harvin expects to make season debut vs. Vikings
It's been over a calendar year since Percy Harvin last played in an NFL game, but that drought should end on Sunday. Harvin was a full participant in Seattle's practice Friday, and after the workout, Harvin sounded like someone who plans to be on the field Sunday.
Michael Crabtree likely won't be active this week
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said "it doesn't look probable" that the team will activate Crabtree from the PUP list this week. Crabtree suffered an Achilles injury during the offseason.
Ziggy Ansah not expected to play vs. Steelers
The rookie first-round pick suffered a high-ankle sprain in Week 8 and will miss his second consecutive game.
Jimmy Graham upgraded to probable
<a href= tight end <a href= (elbow, foot) is officially probable against the 49ers, a good sign after he was listed as probable for the previous two games. Graham was limited throughout the week in practice as a result of his injuries, and it is not yet clear if he will be on a snap count as in previous games.
Calvin Johnson probable
<a href= receiver <a href= is probable against the Steelers.
Johnson was able to return to practice Friday after missing both Wednesday and Thursday. He's been dealing with a knee injury, but should be able to play through the pain again.
Christian Ponder probable
<a href= quarterback <a href= is probable against the Seahawks.
Ponder returned to practice this week, but was limited each day. He's dealing with a shoulder injury, but has said he'll try to play through it Sunday.
Champ Bailey likely sidelined again for big Sunday battle
<a href= cornerback <a href= will probably not play in the AFC West showdown against Kansas City on Sunday. He has been designated as doubtful with a foot injury that has all but wiped out his season.
Aaron Rodgers ruled out
<a href= quarterback <a href= has been ruled out. Rodgers was not expected to play due to a broken collarbone. He has not been able to practice yet since sustaining the injury.
Jay Cutler, Lance Briggs out vs. Ravens
<a href= quarterback <a href= is out against the Ravens. The move was expected after Cutler injured his ankle against the Lions in Week 10. He hasn't practiced because of the injury and was seen in a hard cast Thursday.
<a href= linebacker <a href= also will miss the game. Briggs was not expected to play because of a shoulder issue. He had previously been ruled out before Friday's report.
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