The Arizona Cardinals will play without Adrian Peterson for the second straight week due to a neck injury.
The running back will miss Sunday's tilt versus the Tennessee Titans, the team announced. Peterson missed practice again Friday after being sidelined this entire week.
With Peterson out, Kerwynn Williams is in line to see the bulk of the carries Sunday against Tennessee. Williams rushed for 97 yards on 16 carries in Week 13.
Wide receiver John Brown (toe) will also miss the contest.
Other injury news we're tracking on this Friday in Week 14:
- Jim Caldwell said Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who is dealing with a right hand injury, is progressing. When asked if Stafford will play Sunday against Tampa Bay, Caldwell responded: "we'll see." NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday, per a source, that Stafford is expected to start vs. the Bucs. He is officially listed as questionable.
Also listed as questionable are running back Ameer Abdullah (neck), cornerback Jamal Agnew (knee), defensive end Ezekiel Ansah (ankle), tackle Emmett Cleary (ankle), guard T.J. Lang (foot), tackle Corey Robinson (foot), center Travis Swanson (knee) and defensive end Cornelius Washington (shoulder).
- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (Achilles) returned to practice Friday after sitting out earlier this week. Brady is expected to be fine and the injury is not cause for concern.
- Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Petermanis expected to start Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts in place of Tyrod Taylor (knee), Rapoport reported Saturday. Taylor was considered a game-time decision because of a knee injury suffered in Week 13. Bills head coach Sean McDermott is optimistic receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee) plays against the Colts.
- New York Jets running back Matt Forte (knee) and right guard Brian Winters (abdomen/ankle) are both questionable for Sunday's tilt versus the Denver Broncos. Wide receiver Robby Anderson (hamstring) practiced in full Friday and will play this week. Linebacker Bruce Carter (groin) will not play and has been ruled out.
- Dallas Cowboys linebacker Justin Durant (concussion, illness), defensive tackle David Irving (concussion) and cornerback Orlando Scandrick (back) were downgraded Saturday from questionable to out for their game against the Giants. Sean Lee (hamstring) was a full participant in practice and is off the injury report. Tackle La'el Collins (back), receiver Brice Butler (foot) and tackle Tyron Smith (back) are listed as questionable.
- New York Giants offensive lineman Justin Pugh (back) will not play against the Dallas Cowboys. Giants cornerback Eli Apple (hip, back), running back Orleans Darkwa (illness), defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (finger), wide receiver Sterling Shepard (hamstring) and tackle Chad Wheeler (concussion) are all questionable.
- New Orleans Saints linebacker A.J. Klein (groin) and defensive end Trey Hendrickson (ankle) are both expected to miss some time, Rapoport reported. Hendrickson's X-ray results on his injured ankle were negative.
- Minnesota Vikings tackle Mike Remmers (low back) did not participate in practice this week and will not play Sunday. Tight end David Morgan (concussion), who remains in concussion protocol, is also rules out. Center Pat Elflein (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday.
- Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper was back at practice Friday after missing last week due to an ankle injury. Cooper is questionable for Sunday's tilt with Kansas City. Cornerback David Amerson (foot) and receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (hip) are also listed as questionable.
- Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell (ankle) is questionable to play against Baltimore andAntonio Brown (toe) is no longer on the injury report.
- Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz was limited in practice Friday. Coach Doug Pederson said Ertz remains in concussion protocol.