The rest of Wednesday's injury news:
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- Texans running back Arian Foster (back, hamstring) didn't practice after being pulled from Houston's Sunday night loss to the Indianapolis Colts, NFL Media's Desmond Purnell reported. "He's with the doctors. That's being diagnosed," interim coach Wade Phillips told reporters, per ESPN.com's Tania Ganguli.
- Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel took first-team snaps Wednesday after missing the past four games with a sprained right knee. We anticipate Manuel will start Sundayagainst the Pittsburgh Steelers, but to whom will he throw? The Bills didn't have receivers Robert Woods (ankle) or Marquise Goodwin (hamstring) on Wednesday, The Buffalo News reported.
- In Philadelphia, coach Chip Kelly announced that quarterback Nick Foles again would handle starting reps for the Eagles as they prepare for Sunday's clash with the Packers. Michael Vick was limited in practice Tuesday and worked Wednesday with trainers as he continues to rehab his nagging hamstring.
- Giants running back Andre Brown is slated to come off short-term IR in time to be available Sunday vs. the Raiders, NFL Media's Kimberly Jones reported Wednesday on NFL Network's "Around the League Primetime." Brown fractured his left leg in the team's preseason finale and will wear a carbon fiber plate on his lower left leg, protection he plans to wear for the rest of his career, Jones added. Browns has been practicing for the past two weeks.