DeMarco Murray (knee) and DeMarcus Ware (shoulder) are doubtful to play the Eagles, but both players made the trip to Philadelphia, ESPNDallas reported, per a source. Murray and Ware will have pregame workouts, according to the report. Ware expressed some optimism earlier in the week he would be a game-time decision, but he's is expected to miss the first game of his nine-year career.
Here's what else you need to know about the Week 7 injury report:
- Rob Gronkowski (forearm) officially is questionable; though, he reportedly traveled with the Patriots to New York on Saturday. The tight end has been cleared by doctors and made a T-shirt declaring that he's back. Trust the T-shirt. Danny Amendola (concussion), defensive tackle Tommy Kelly (knee) and center Dan Connolly (concussion) are out for the New England Patriots. Add Aqib Talib to that list, as the cornerback reportedly did not make the trip to face the Jets.
- Green Bay's list of players out includes three starting linebackers: Brad Jones (hamstring), Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nick Perry (foot). Running back James Starks (knee) also is out. Wideout James Jones (knee) is questionable but looks unlikely to play the Browns. The Packers claimed wide receiver Chris Harper off waivers, a sign they don't expect Jones to play.