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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Mid-week news

Lots of breaking news today folks, hold on.

Kurt Warner, QB, Arizona. Warner will get the start this week against Seattle, replacing Josh McCown, who head coach Dennis Green must just hate.

Terrell Owens, WR, Philadelphia. Owens may sit this week with a sprained ankle. It's the same ankle he had surgery on last year. Owens is doubtful to play this week.

Anquan Boldin, WR, Arizona. Boldin has already been ruled out with a bone bruise for Sunday's game against Seattle.

Stephen Davis, RB, Carolina. Davis was given the day off Wednesday to rest his sore knee.

Roy Williams, WR, Detroit. Williams got more work Wednesday than in previous weeks and could be back this week from his quad injury.

Jeff Garcia, QB, Detroit. Garcia's broken leg that cost him the first half of the season is still bothering him. He's iffy to play this week.

Robert Ferguson, WR, Green Bay. Ferguson sat out Wednesday despite saying he expected to play Sunday against the Steelers.

Priest Holmes, RB, Kansas City. Holmes is questionable to play Sunday after suffering a concussion last week. If it doesn't look like he'll play, bump Larry Johnson way up your start lists.

Patrick Pass, RB, New England. Pass didn't practice Wednesday because of a hamstring injury. He likely won't play this week.

David Akers, PK, Philadelphia. All signs point to Akers returning this week.

Charles Rogers, WR, Detroit. Rogers' drug suspension has officially ended.

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