Here's the rest of Wednesday's injury news:
- More news out of Green Bay, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Running back Eddie Lacy (ankle), the reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Week, did not practice. Also, wide receiver Randall Cobb practiced for the first time since breaking his tibia in Week 6. However, Cobb was limited (he didn't field any punts) and must be added to the roster in order to be eligible to play Sunday.
- Browns running back Willis McGahee (concussion) is cleared to practice and play Sunday against the New York Jets, but not so with Jordan Cameron. Cleveland's ascendant tight end is mired in the league's concussion protocol, per The Plain Dealer, and looms as no sure bet to face Rex Ryan's defense this weekend.
- For those of you still paying attention to the New York Giants, Victor Cruz missed Wednesday's session with concussion symptoms, but coach Tom Coughlin was more concerned about the wide receiver's knee injury, which he acknowledged "will probably prevent (Cruz) from doing anything," per ESPN.com's Dan Graziano. Consider Cruz a wild card for Sunday's game versus the Detroit Lions.
- In Seattle, Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (hip) did not practice Wednesday, coach Pete Carroll told reporters. In addition, Carroll said he was "iffy" on whether or not suspended cornerback Browner (groin) would return to practice in the near future as the team heads into an NFC West clash with the Arizona Cardinals.
- San Francisco fullback Bruce Miller will not be available for the 49ers' Monday night tilt against the Atlanta Falcons as he was placed on injured reserve with a fractured scapula, the team announced. The Niners then brought back defensive end Will Tukuafu, who was released in September but previously has served as a fullback in short-yardage situations.
- Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (concussion) was held out of practice, but coach Bruce Arians is optimistic that his star pass-catcher will be ready for the team's crucial Sunday clash with the Seahawks. Quarterback Carson Palmer (ankle) was helmetless and did not participate in practice, too.
- Finally, Cincinnati's Kevin Huber was back in the locker room Wednesday, reminding us all that punters are people, too: