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December 12, 2010 by staff
Cbs Sportsline Fantasy, Arizona LB Joey Porter is listed as questionable for Week 14 game against the Broncos with a knee problem. He saw limited action in practice all week while dealing with the injury.
Arizona Cardinals QB Derek Anderson (concussion) has not passed neurological tests after suffering a concussion in week 13, reports Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic. The team is hopeful Anderson will be cleared in time to serve as the third quarterback in Week 14. QB John Skelton BEEM has been named the holder; Richard Bartel signed recently operating as the main backup.
As expected, Falcons WR Roddy White (knee) has been listed as probable for Week 14 against the Panthers. White played in practice Wednesday due to a persistent knee injury, but practiced in full Thursday and Friday.
Falcons DL John Abraham was made in the report of the week 14 with lesions of the groin injury bothers the same, but is again listed as probable for the game against the Panthers. He only missed one practice this week on Wednesday before doing anything on Thursday and Friday.
Atlanta Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez (ankle) participated in practice on Friday, December 10 reports of D. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Orlando Ledbetter. He is listed as probable for Week 14 and is expected to play.
Ravens TE Todd Heap did not practice Thursday because of his hamstring injury. Not expected to play in Week 14 at Houston on Monday night. Heap was hurt in Week 13 against Pittsburgh. If the stack as expected then the rookie Ed Dickson would start against the Texans. Dickson had three receptions for 21 yards against the Steelers when the pile fell, and he had seven goals in the game. WR Anquan Boldin only (nine) was attacked by more than Flacco.
Panthers RB Mike Goodson, who has not even appeared in the report of the practice this week after getting just three carries last week due to a shoulder injury, could be difficult to rebound in week 14, even if he is back with full force. Is facing a Falcons defense that ranks eighth against the run, allowing 98.5 yards per game. He also leads the division with Jonathan Stewart, who has proved more than capable of functioning as team’s primary running back, rushing for 90 yards in the games back to back.
QB Colt McCoy has finally pulled the boot. Rookie quarterback Cleveland returned to practice on a limited basis Friday, the first time he has worked with his teammates since suffering a sprained left ankle high on 21 November in Jacksonville. During the past three weeks, McCoy was limited to a plastic walking boot to immobilize the same type Browns quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace have had to carry with similar injuries. During the portion of practice open to the media, McCoy did individual drills and did not seem concerned about the injury in his fifth start. “Colt will not be out too long,” said tight end Evan Moore. “He’s a fighter, man. If you can do, it will. Trust me. It’s great to see him back out there.”
Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, owner wants to quarterback Tony Romo (shoulder) to return sometime during the 2010 season, reports The Associated Press. Romo just might be able to return for the final two regular season games, December 25 against the Arizona Cardinals and Jan. 2 against the Philadelphia Eagles. “I want to do everything possible to win games. (The decision) is based on what gives us the best chance to win,” said Jones.
Redskins RB Ryan Torain is expected to return after missing four games with a hamstring injury. Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that Torain had no setbacks this week and “should be full-go” for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers. His return should bring a boost to fight a ground attack has also been absent from Clinton Portis, who is out through injury this season. Torain is officially listed as questionable, but practiced fully on Thursday and Friday. “There are no setbacks this week,” Shanahan said. “I had a good practice today and if something happens tomorrow, I do not foresee, must be complete access.”
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