New York Jets cornerback Derrelle Revis, who missed most of training camp with a contract dispute, will now miss time for a different reason. The high profile cornerback is listed as out this week on the NFL injury report against the Miami Dolphins due to a hamstring injury. He will not travel with the Jets to Miami to remain in New Jersey for treatments. “I want to be out there with them, but I can’t,” he said in a report. “I am going to take my time and get back to 100 percent.” Jets linebacker Jason Taylor (elbow) was limited in practice.
Miami:Linebacker Channing Crowder returned to practice.
Tennessee: Tackle Mike Otto (knee), defensive tackle Tony Brown (knee) and defensive end Jacob Ford (knee) did not participate in practice.
New York Giants:Tight end Kevin Boss is getting some work in the Newark Star-Ledger reports. They just want to get me back out there and do some activity where to see if it’s going to give me any headaches or anything,” he said. “But I haven’t had any headaches for a while.” Tackle will Beatty (ankle) is out.
Carolina: It’s not sure if it’s the effects of the concussion or just plain ineffectiveness, but quarterback Matt Moore has been replaced by rookie Jimmy Clausen. Receiver Steve Smith (thigh) was limited in practice.
Cincinnati: Defensive back Adam Jones (shoulder) did not participate in practice. Receiver Chad Ochocinco reported on his Twitter account that he has a cracked rib, but the Bengals did not list him on the injury report. Receiver Terrell Owens was limited in practice due to a sore back, but is expected to play Sunday.
Pittsburgh:Steelers quarterback Dennis Dixon underwent arthroscopic surgery on his lateral meniscus Wednesday and is out for at least three weeks. That means the Steelers will be starting fourth-string quarterback Charlie Batch. Quarterback Byron Leftwich may be available. He’s recovering from a knee injury and the Steelers are going to wait until later in the week to make that determination
Tampa Bay: Running back Cadillac Williams was limited in practice, according to the team’s web site.
Buffalo Bills:Linebacker Paul Posluszny (knee) is out this week.
New England Patriots:Running back Kevin Faulk had a torn knee ligament and is out for the season.
Cleveland: Quarterback Jake Delhomme (ankle) had not been cleared yet to practice, meaning it will be more likely Seneca Wallace will make the start. Also out of practice were running back Jerome Harrison (thigh), receiver Brian Robiskie (ankle) and linebacker Marcus Benard (ankle).
Baltimore: Receiver Donte’ Stallworth (foot) and linebacker Tavares Gooden (shoulder) were both out and will not play. Receiver Derrick Mason (knee) did not participate in practice. Running back Ray Rice (ankle) did return to full practice.
Detroit: Shaun Hill will get the start again for the Lions at QB. Matthew Stafford (shoulder) is improving, but not enough to start practice.
Minnesota: The status for receiver Percy Harvin is unclear at best. There was good news when his MRI on his hip came back that there was a strain, but no structural damage. But he missed practice Wednesday when his migraine headache returned.
Atlanta: Running back Michael Turner (groin) was limited in practice and is questionable to return this week. Running back Jerious Norwood suffered a torn ACL and is out for the season. Receiver Michael Jenkins (shoulder) was limited in practice.
New Orleans: Reggie Bush suffered a broken fibula and is out for at least four weeks.
Washington:Running back Clinton Portis (wrist) returned to full practice. Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth (ankle) was limited in practice and is questionable for Sunday.
St. Louis: Running back Steven Jackson (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday, but is expected to pay.
Dallas: Tight end Jason Witten (concussion) was limited at practice, but is expected to play. Receiver Dez Bryant (ribs) was limited in practice, but coach Wade Phillips said he expects him to play.
Houston: Receiver Andre Johnson (ankle) was limited in practice, but is expected to play. Defensive end Mario Williams (groin) was limited in practice.
San Francisco:Linebacker Takeo Spikes (knee) did not fully practice. Running back Anthony Dixon (back) did not participate.
Kansas City: Defensive end Tyson Jackson (knee) did not practice.
Philadelphia:Quarterback Kevin Kolb (concussion) returned to practice, but that does not matter because Michael Vick has replaced him as the starter. Tackle Austin Howard (back) did not practice.
Jacksonville: Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle) was limited in practice, but is expected play. Backup quarterback Luke McCown was placed on injured reserve and the Jaguars signed QB Todd Bouman to back up David Garrard.
Indianapolis: Running back Joseph Addai (knee) and defensive captain Gary Bracket (back) missed practice. There were five starters who missed practice. Linebacker Clint Session (hamstring) and left tackle Charlie Johnson (foot) also sat out. Defensive end Dwight Freeney, who took his usual day of rest, also did not practice. Addai’s status for Sunday in unclear.
Denver: Cornerbacks Champ Bailey (foot) and Andre’ Goodman (thigh) did not participate in practice.
Oakland: Guard Robert Gallery (hamstring) did not practice, but running back Michael Bush (thumb) did return to practice.
Arizona:Receiver Steve Breaston (knee) and running back Beanie Wells (knee) were limited in practice.
San Diego: Receiver Malcom Floyd (leg) is expected to return to practice. Running back Ryan Matthew is reported to have a high ankle sprain and did not practice. His status for Sunday has not been determined.
Seattle: Linebacker Leroy Hill will miss a few games with an Achilles injury. Receiver Mike Williams (thigh) fully practiced.
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