Originally written on NFL Trade Rumors  |  Last updated 11/9/12
49ers RB LaMichael James has been worked with daily to prepare him for a possible future returning punts. (Matt Maiocco) Bears WR Alshon Jeffery returned to practice on Friday, but was limited due to a lingering hand injury. (Vaughn McClure) Bengals DL Pat Sims has been activated from the PUP list, he landed on the list due to a hamstring injury. LB Roddrick Muckelroy has been waived. RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis practiced fully on Friday after dealing with an illness. (Bengals) WR Marvin Jones has been ruled out for week 10 due to a knee injury. Broncos On Friday, WR Eric Decker practiced fully after dealing with a thigh injury. Cardinals RB Chris “Beanie” Wells stated that he felt better at Wednesday’s practice than he has in the past year. (Kent Somers) Chargers WR Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal both practiced on Friday after both have been dealing with hamstring injuries. (Michael Gehlken) OL Jared Gaither did not practice the past two days following a possible setback with his groin injury. (Michael Gehlken) Chiefs Head coach Romeo Crennel expressed discomfort with WR Jon Baldwin‘s development in his second season, but plans to get him more involved on offense. (Mike Bires) Head coach Romeo Crennel stated that the next player to turnover control of the football could be benched. (Randy Covitz) Cowboys DB Mike Jenkins availability for week 10 is in doubt after leaving practice on Thursday due to an injured back. (Clarence E. Hill) Eagles RB LeSean McCoy returned to practice in a limited fashion after missing Thursday’s practice due to an illness. (Tim McManus) RB LeSean McCoy is probable to start week 10 after dealing with an illness. (Jeff McLane) Giants WR Hakeem Nicks is confident he is close to pre-injury form. (Jenny Vrentas) RB Ahmad Bradshaw is questionable for week 10 after missing Friday’s practiced due to a foot injury. (Jenny Vrentas) Jaguars Head coach Mike Mularkey mentioned he is not interested in making a quarterback change. (John Oehser) Jets RB Joe McKnight playing in week 10 is “unlikely“. (Manish Mehta) Lions WR Titus Young practiced on Friday after dealing with a knee injury. (Anwar Richardson) WR Calvin Johnson practiced on Friday after dealing with a knee injury. (Anwar Richardson) WR Calvin Johnson back peddled on his “nerve damage” and “concussion” comments he made on Thursday. (Chris McCosky) Panthers Former general manager Ernie Accorsi has been hired to be a consultant for the teams’ search for a new general manager. Patriots RB Brandon Bolden has shed his crutches which was originally due to a knee injury. (Jeff Howe) Raiders RB Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson have been ruled out for week 10 after they both suffered ankle injuries. (Steve Corkran) Rams OL Wayne Hunter will likely be available for week 10 after dealing with a back injury. (Jim Thomas) Ravens DL Haloti Ngata expressed that due to the injuries he suffered in week 6 (shoulder, MCL sprain) he hasn’t been the same player. (Aaron Wilson) Head coach John Harbaugh stated that he will get WR Jacoby Jones more involved on offense. (Garrett Downing) Saints OL Charles Brown will start at right tackle due to the injury to OL Zach Strief. (Larry Holder) Steelers WR Antonio Brown did not practice today due to an ankle injury. RB Rashard Mendenhall was limited in Friday’s practice due to an Achilles injury. Texans Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips sees a resemblance in LB Whitney Mercilus‘ development and DL J.J. Watt‘s. (Tania Ganguli) TE Owen Daniels is capable of playing in game action even if he does not practice says head coach Gary Kubiak. (Nick Scurfield) TE Owen Daniels is a “game-time decision” after practicing in a limited fashion on Friday due to a hip injury. (Texans) RB Ben Tate is “out” for week 10 due to a lingering hamstring injury. Head coach Gary Kubiak expressed confidence in RB James Casey to handle tight end duties should TE Owen Daniels be unavailable. (Nick Scurfield) Head coach Gary Kubiak mentioned that TE Owen Daniels practiced in a “very limited” fashion and is still “very sore” with his hip injury. (Nick Scurfield) Titans WR Nate Washington is listed as probable for week 10 after leaving practice early Friday due to illness. (Jim Wyatt) Vikings QB Joe Webb is not considered a short or long term solution to the Vikings struggling quarterback situation. (Tom Pelissero) The Vikings offense does not work when the team is down 10 or more points says a NFL personnel man. (Tom Pelissero) DB A.J. Jefferson has solidified his position starting opposite of DB Antoine Winfield. (Judd Zulgad) WR Jerome Simpson thinks he finally put his nerve (back) injury behind him. (Tim Yotter) RB Adrian Peterson returned to practice on Friday after being ill on Thursday. (Tom Pelissero) Head coach Leslie Frazier left the door open for WR Percy Harvin to play on Sunday. (Tom Pelissero)
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