Four players, including 49ers defensive end Justin Smith, were fined $15,000 each by the NFL for actions in last weekend's games.
Smith was fined for an unnecessary roughness penalty on Colt McCoy, striking the Cleveland quarterback in the head and neck area.
Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark was fined for hitting New England cheap jerseys
tight end Rob Gronkowski late and out of bounds.
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle was docked for making a horse-collar tackle on Miami's Reggie Bush. Rolle had been fined $20,000 for spearing Washington tight end Fred Davis in the first game of the season.
St. Louis' Bryan Kehl was fined fine for roughness on New Orleans punt returner Darren Sproles.
Chargers: Running back Ryan Mathews hasn't practiced this wholesale jerseys
week because of a groin strain suffered Monday night at Kansas City. His odds of playing against Green Bay are small. Also, backup running back Curtis Brinkley practiced for the first time since sustaining a concussion against the Chiefs. That means he can spell Mike Tolbert on Sunday.
Texans: Star receiver Andre Johnson will sit out Sunday against Cleveland as he continues to nurse a hamstring injury. He will miss his fifth straight game. Johnson developed soreness after a workout Monday. "We had a little setback," he said.
Steelers: LaMarr Woodley won't play against Baltimore on Sunday cheap jerseys
night due to a hamstring injury sustained in last week's win over New England. But Pittsburgh's other former Pro Bowl outside linebacker is expected to play. James Harrison has missed the past four games with a broken orbital bone. Inside linebacker James Farrior (calf) is questionable.
Rams: Quarterback Sam Bradford is questionable for Sunday at Arizona. Bradford, who has missed two games with a high ankle sprain, did work in 7-on-7 drills. Backup A. J. Feeley led St. Louis to its first win of the season last week. He threw for 175 yards and a touchdown against New Orleans.
Cardinals: Quarterback Kevin Kolb is doubtful for Sunday against St cheap nfl jerseys
. Louis. That means John Skelton probably will start. Kolb didn't practice all week because of a turf toe injury that occurred early in last week's 30-27 loss at Baltimore. Kolb stayed in the game but was in a walking boot afterward.
Giants: Ahmad Bradshaw doesn't need surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot. Coach Tom Coughlin updated Bradshaw's condition after the running back missed his third straight practice and was listed as doubtful for Sunday at New England. Coughlin said Bradshaw will try to play through the pain, which he did for a similar injury in 2009.
Browns: Peyton Hillis re-injured his hamstring at practice and will likely sit out Sunday at Houston. He also missed the past two games.http://dailong.forum-viet.net/t74670-topic