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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Mid-week news

Trent Dilfer, QB, Cleveland. Dilfer will remain the Browns QB - for now.

Jose Cortez, PK, Philadelphia. A day after being released by Dallas, Cortez was signed by Philadelphia, which released Todd France. Cortez will kick for the Eagles until David Akers returns, which could be in a couple of weeks.

Alex Smith, QB, San Francisco. Smith sprained his knee against Washington and may sit this week against Tampa Bay.

Laveraneus Coles, WR, Jets. Coles suffered an elbow injury Monday night against Atlanta the extent of which isn't known.

Travis Henry, RB, Tennessee. Henry returns from his 4-game suspension this week.

Deshaun Foster, RB, Carolina. Foster is questionable to play this week with a knee injury. He did participate in practice lightly Wednesday.

Keary Colbert, WR, Carolina. Colbert is questionable to play with an ankle injury. He did some light work at practice Wednesday.

Lee Suggs, RB, Cleveland. Suggs looks like he's a week away from returning from his thumb injury.

Julius Jones, RB, Dallas. Jones was limited again on Wednesday with the ankle injury that has sidelined him the past two weeks. Marion Barber could get the start Sunday.

Roy Williams, WR, Detroit. Williams was limited at practice Wednsday with his quad injury.

Andre Johnson, WR, Houston. Johnson was held back in practice Wednesday with his knee injury.

Corey Dillon, RB, New England. Dillon was limited at practice Wednesday with an ankle injury.

Carnell Williams, RB, Tampa Bay. The Cadillac looks like he's back as he took a full practice Wednesday.

Steve McNair, QB, Tennessee. McNair was back at practice after sitting out Sunday's game with back and ankle injuries.

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