Week 14: Injury updates/inactives around the NFL
John Clayton provides the latest news on key injuries going into Week 14.
Here's a rundown of some late-breaking news before today's games.
Raiders at Falcons: Safety Marques Anderson, tight end Courtney Anderson, running back Tyrone Wheatley, defensive end DeLawrence Grant and guard Ron Stone are out for the Raiders. Defensive tackle Ed Jasper and cornerback Jason Webster are inactive for the Falcons.
Giants at Ravens: Defensive tackle Norman Hand, wide receiver Jamaar Taylor and safety Gibril Wilson are inactive for the Giants. Ravens halfback Jamal Lewis (ankle injury) will start for the first time in three weeks and cornerback Deion Sanders (toe injury) will play for the first time in five weeks.
Bengals at Patriots: Cornerback Deltha O'Neal and safety Rogers Beckett are active for the Bengals. Cornerback Ty Law is still out, but Tyrone Poole and Asante Samuel are active for the Patriots. Wide receiver David Givens is out.
Seahawks at Vikings: Seahawks wide receiver Jerry Rice is expected to start despite missing practice all week because of quad injury. Minnesota defensive tackle Chris Hovan is active and Terrance Shaw starts for cornerback Antoine Winfield.
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com. Chris Mortensen and ESPN staffers contributed to this report.
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