Patriots LT Nate Solder exited Week 17 against the Bills with a knee injury.
Solder injured his right leg late in the first half. He limped to the locker room at halftime and did not return. Marcus Cannon has switched to left tackle with Solder sidelined.
DeAngelo Williams (hand) is inactive for Week 17 against the Falcons.
Williams was listed as probable, so he's essentially a healthy scratch. He's coming off a broken hand, but the Panthers expressed some concern over his ability to pick up the blitz. Jonathan Stewart will carry the load once again for Carolina. Also inactive for the Panthers are CB James Dockery, S Robert Lester, LB A.J. Klein, DT Kyle Love, OT David Foucault, and OG Amini Silatolu.
Emmanuel Sanders (hip) is active for Sunday's Week 17 game against the Raiders, as expected.
Sanders was never in danger of missing this must-win game for the Broncos, especially after he practiced every day this week. Ronnie Hillman (foot) is also active for the first time since his injury, meaning Juwan Thompson is a scratch. The rest of the Broncos' inactives: TJ Ward, Brandon Marshall, Paul Cornick, O'Brien Schofield, Dominique Jones and Mitch Unrein.
Aaron Rodgers (calf) is active for Week 17 against the Lions.
Rodgers is ready to go, but both Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien are active behind him, suggesting his calf is at least a mild concern. Inactive for the Packers are RB DuJuan Harris, CB Davon House, LB Carl Bradford, C Garth Gerhart, TE Justin Perillo, WR Jeff Janis and DT Bruce Gaston.
Lions declared DT Nick Fairley, QB Kellen Moore, CB Josh Thomas, OG Rodney Austin, DE Larry Webster, WR Ryan Broyles and DT Caraun Reid inactive for Week 17 against the Packers.
Fairley remains week to week, but apparently has a shot at being ready for the Wild Card round. The Lions are otherwise healthy as they try to win the NFC North in Green Bay.
Cardinals declared QB Drew Stanton, WR Brittan Golden, S Chris Clemons, LB Larry Foote, G Jonathan Cooper, G Anthony Steen, and DE Kareem Martin inactive for Week 17 at San Francisco.
Ryan Lindley is getting another start at quarterback.
Andrew Luck played one half in Sunday's Week 17 game at Tennessee, going 10-of-16 for 160 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
With their offense sputtering (Luck totaled 296 passing yards in the last two games combined), the Colts chose to play all their starters in this meaningless game. The decision should give the unit a bit of confidence heading into next week's Wild Card game. Luck, who was fantasy's No. 1 quarterback through 16 weeks, finishes his third NFL season by setting career-highs in completions (380), completion percentage (61.6), yards (4,761) and touchdown passes (40). He's just 25 years old.
Ravens DT Timmy Jernigan exited Week 17 against the Browns with a left ankle injury.
Jernigan's ankle folded underneath him when he tried to shed a block early in the second half. He was carted to the locker room and appears unlikely to return. With Haloti Ngata suspended and Chris Canty inactive, the Ravens are now very thin along their defensive line.