|Harvin out for Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks injury-plagued wide receive Percy Harvin has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt at San Francisco because of a sore hip.
|Cardinals list Palmer questionable for Sunday
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer was a limited practice participant for a third straight day on Friday, putting his status for this weekend's game against St. Louis in question.
|McFadden out for Raiders, Jennings questionable
Darren McFadden will be back on the sidelines when the Oakland Raiders visit the New York Jets this Sunday, while fellow running back Rashad Jennings' status remains up in the air for the team's Week 14 tilt.
|Broncos TE Thomas probable for Sunday
Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans .
|Panthers' Williams, Johnson set to return
The Carolina Panthers expect to have both leading rusher DeAngelo Williams and defensive end Charles Johnson back for Sunday's NFC South showdown with the New Orleans Saints.
|Ravens DE Dumervil doubtful for Sunday
Baltimore Ravens defensive end Elvis Dumervil is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings due to an ankle injury.
|Ponder out, Peterson questionable for Vikes
The Minnesota Vikings formally ruled starting quarterback Christian Ponder out for Sunday's game at Baltimore after failing to receive medical clearance for a concussion he sustained last week.
|Packers to hold Rodgers out another week
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will miss a fifth consecutive game as he continues to recover from a fractured collarbone, with the team declaring him out for this weekend's matchup with the Atlanta Falcons on Friday's final injury report.
|Extra Points: Time runs out on Texans' Kubiak
The bottom line of the ledger rarely has a column for empathy and Gary Kubiak found that out the hard way on Friday.
|Campbell in line to start for Browns
All signs point to Jason Campbell starting at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns Sunday against the New England Patriots.