There are a lot of injury situations to watch this week, but one dominates the rest.
Robert Griffin III was a limited participant in practice Wednesday with a sprained lateral collateral ligament, but Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan was "impressed" with how his rookie quarterback looked.
Here are the other injuries we're tracking:
1. The Philadelphia Eagles officially ruled out running back LeSean McCoy, quarterback Michael Vick and tight end Brent Celek, all of whom are suffering from concussions, for Thursday night's matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. That's fine: All the Eagles need is Nick Foles. The Eagles also placed defensive tackle Mike Patterson (pneumonia) on the non-football injury/illness list, ending his season.
2. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is going to see another medical specialist before deciding how he will proceed with his finger injury and if he will play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He didn't practice Wednesday.
3. The Green Bay Packers will be without safety Charles Woodson (collarbone) once again this week as they face the Chicago Bears. Woodson is frustrated. Wide receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring) is a "long shot" to return after missing practice Wednesday. Linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring) returned, as expected.
8. Jacksonville Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey said running back Maurice Jones-Drew is "very questionable" for this week's game against the Miami Dolphins. We'd guess that MJD won't play again this year. Backup running back Rashad Jennings (concussion) also remains sidelined.
9. The Seattle Seahawks weren't expecting this one: Wide receiver Sidney Rice has a bruised foot and is questionable to play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills in Toronto. Rice woke up Monday morning in pain after not experiencing any problems the previous day.
10. Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (knee) missed practice Wednesday, but he is expected to play Sunday against the New York Giants. Cornerback Asante Samuel was limited because of a lingering shoulder injury.@greggrosenthal.