Falcons' Roddy White misses practice with ankle injury
White has 56 catches for 662 yards and five touchdowns this year and his coming off of a nine catch, 96 yard performance last week against the Browns.
Redskins' Jordan Reed intends to play Sunday against the Colts
Reed has been limited in his last two appearances, totaling just three catches for 39 yards.
Redskins CB Tracy Porter (shoulder) headed to IR
Porter finishes the season with five tackles (three solo) and one pass defense in three games.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews appears OK for Sunday
Mathews, who returned late in the fourth quarter, practiced Wednesday.
Report: Jets OLB Coples to replace injured Wilkerson at DE
A turf toe injury that could sideline
Coples has not been particularly productive. He has just 22 tackles and three sacks in 11 games.
Cardinals' Arians: RB Michael Bush signed for the long haul
Bush last played for the Bears in 2013. He has 3,250 rushing yards and 29 rushing touchdowns in 89 career games.
Raiders make several roster moves Wednesday
Ausberry finishes the year with just two catches for 14 yards in six games.
Cardinals WR Fitzgerald making progress, but misses practice
The Cardinals are back in action Week 13 at Atlanta. If active, Fitzgerald will be facing a Falcons defense yielding 284.1 passing yards per game, which is the highest average in the NFL. The Falcons have allowed 14 passing touchdowns in 11 games.
Jets QB Vick understands reasons for losing starting job
After meeting with Rex Ryan,
Vick started three games and managed a quarterback rating of 83.1. His lone dud was a 7-for-19 effort in a bad loss to Buffalo on Monday night. The team would like more time to judge Smith to determine his potential as a franchise quarterback. Vick claims to understand that.
"I know what I signed up for," he told NJ.com. "I came here to get better, to help Geno get better, and help this team win football games. I wish I could have won three. But I felt like I did everything I could ... Things didn't play out the way I wanted them too.
"I'm going to support Geno. ... That's my little brother. I want him to do well. I want him to succeed and excel. It's great to see him get another opportunity. He had a sour taste in his mouth, so now he gets a chance to go out and make it right."
Lions OL Dominic Raiola fined $10K for unnecessary roughness
The NFL fined Raiola as he unnecessarily struck his opponent on a pass play, violating Rule 12, Section 2, Article 12(c) of the NFL Rule Book which prohibits "striking, swinging at, or clubbing the head, neck, or face of an opponent with the wrist(s), arm(s), elbow(s), or hand(s)."
The play was a third-and-9 from the Detroit 35 with 57 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Raiola was not fined for his block on the final snap of the game.
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