Other injuries we're monitoring heading into Week 14:
- Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman told reporters Friday that quarterback Jay Cutler's ankle responded well to Thursday's return to practice, per Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune. "He did not seem to be any more inhibited today than he was yesterday," said Trestman. Still, Cutler's a no-go for Monday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys.
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- For the New England Patriots, wide receiver Aaron Dobson (foot) is out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, while pass-catcher Kenbrell Thompkins (hip) and tight end Rob Gronkowski (back) are listed as questionable. The absence of running back Brandon Bolden from Friday's session was listed by the team as "not injury related," per ESPNBoston's Mike Reiss.
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- Lions running back Reggie Bush was limited in Friday's practice and looms as questionable for Detroit's Week 14 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, per the team's official website. Cornerback Chris Houston (foot) is questionable and fellow defensive back Darius Slay is doubtful after suffering a "freak" knee injury in Thursday's practice.