- Ian Rapoport reports that Browns WR Terrelle Pryor sprained his finger during Sunday’s game and may have ligament damage. Pryor is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday.
- Mary Kay Cabot reports that Pryor plans to play through ligament damage in his finger, but it will likely require surgery after the season.
- Ian Rapoport reports that tests on Giants CB Janoris Jenkins ruled out any internal organ injuries and he should be fine moving forward.
- According to Ian Rapoport, tests on Jets QB Bryce Petty revealed that he’s dealing with just a deep bruise after taking a big hit during Saturday’s loss to the Dolphins.
- Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Lions CB Darius Slay will have an MRI on his re-injured hamstring, but it sounds like he’s a long-shot to play in Week 16. Rapoport adds that Slay could end up missing more time with this issue.
Packers HC Mike McCarthy told reporters on Monday that QB Aaron Rodgers‘ calf injury appears to be better today than it was ahead of yesterday’s game.
“Early indication is he’s better today than going into the game,” McCarthy said, per Ryan Wood. “So we feel good about that.”
- McCarthy added that they’re taking a “six-day approach” with Rodgers and his injury. (Tom Silverstein)