Will we finally see Dennis Pitta on Sunday?
Pitta was in New York on Tuesday for an evaluation of the hip he dislocated back in late July. Harbaugh said Monday that Baltimore's decision to activate Pitta off short-term injured reserve will "probably come down to the end of the week."
Here's the rest of Wednesday's injury news:
- As expected, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers practiced on a limited basis Wednesday as he makes his way back from the fractured left collarbone he suffered last month. Asked about the signal-caller's progress, coach Mike McCarthy told reporters: "I thought he looked good for what they asked him to do." Rodgers hasn't be cleared to do anything beyond individual work. It won't be a surprise if Matt Flynn gets another start Sunday.
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- Raiders running back Darren McFadden missed Wednesday's session with what Steve Corkran of the Bay Area News Group believes is an aggravated hamstring. Meanwhile, fellow Oakland runner Rashad Jennings was back at practice after suffering a concussion last week. In McFadden's absence, Jennings split reps with running back-turned-cornerback-turned-running back Taiwan Jones.
- Arizona Cardinals running back Andre Ellington and receiver Michael Floyd missed practice. Ellington (knee) said he felt better after missing Sunday's game, but the team is taking it slow with the rookie. Coach Bruce Arians expects Floyd (ankle) to practice Thursday. If Floyd can't practice then, he won't play Sunday, Arians said. Carson Palmer also showed up on the injury report (limited) with a right elbow injury.