Here's the rest of Thursday's injury news we are tracking:
- Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Ronnie Hillman "looks fine" and will start at tailback against the Raiders. Kubiak also added that linebacker DeMarcus Ware (back) has a "damn good chance" of playing on Sunday. Running back C.J. Anderson (ankle) did not practice and, like Hillman and Ware, he is questionable. Tight end Vernon Davis (concussion) was limited in practice and is questionable, too.
- The Jaguars announced that linebacker Paul Posluszny (hand) will not play Sunday in an AFC South matchup against the Colts. Posluszny broke his hand last week. Unfortunately, not everyone can be like J.J. Watt. Speaking of Watt, he is listed as probable for Sunday's tilt versus New England after suffering a broken hand in practice Wednesday.
- Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub (chest) remained out of practice on Friday. He's listed as questionable. This means Baltimore's starting quarterback against the Seahawks this weekend could be Jimmy Clausen. Left tackle Eugene Moore (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve. Crockett Gillmore (back) and Marlon Brown (back) are both doubtful.
- Niners coach Jim Tomsula announced on Friday that running back Carlos Hyde (foot) will not be traveling to Cleveland; Hyde was placed on injured reserve on Saturday. Tight end Vance McDonald (concussion) has also been ruled out against the Browns. Linebacker Aaron Lynch is questionable and day-to-day in concussion protocol. Wideout Torrey Smith (back, toe) was limited in practice and is also questionable for Sunday.