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David Garrard (concussion) was not at the team facilities again on Thursday. It’s highly unlikely he’ll play against the Chiefs.
Chris Cooley took part in a few light drills on Wednesday. Cooley suffered a concussion Sunday night against the Colts.
Randy Moss’ appearance at Lambeau Field Sunday night will be his first since the 2005 mooning celebration.
Titans cornerback Jason McCourty has been cleared for contact after rehabbing the fractured forearm suffered September 28. It could still take a little time for McCourty to return to game action, though. And when he does he may no longer have his starting job, considering how well rookie Alterraun Verner has played.
Gerald McCoy has fellow rookie Sam Bradford in his sights.
Alex Smith wouldn’t mind being left alone on the sideline a little more during games.
Kris Brown will fill in as the Chargers kicker for at least one week while Nate Kaeding nurses a groin injury.
The Cardinals are getting healthy (including at wide receiver, with Steve Breaston and Early Doucet).
Terrell Suggs keeps firing shots at Tom Brady.
We’ll keep one eye open on Kyle Boller and the Raiders quarterback situation. If healthy, Jason Campbell is expected to start. But will he finish?
The 49ers are delaying the opening of their new stadium until 2015, due to financing and labor issues. The team originally expected to open in 2014.
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