Indianapolis left tackle Anthony Castonzo and starting linebacker Bobby Okereke are both active for the Colts’ visit to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Josh Jacobs had a social media post caught by a screen grab where the running back said he wasn't playing despite being active and warming up before the game. Right tackle Trent Brown and safety Johnathan Abram all are active for the Raiders in a key game for both teams’ AFC playoff hopes.
Castonzo was questionable with a knee injury after missing last week’s game against Houston. Okereke, the Colts’ fourth-leading tackler despite missing the past two games, had been out with an ankle injury.
Before the game, the Colts put backup rookie linebacker Jordan Glasgow on the reserve/COVID-19 list and activated safety Ibraheim Campbell.
Las Vegas benched defensive end Carl Nassib for the second straight game. Nassib signed a $25 million free agent deal with the Raiders last March, making him the second-highest paid player on Vegas’ defense.
Running back Frank Gore and wide receiver Jamison Crowder were both active for the New York Jets against the Seattle Seahawks. Gore (concussion) and Crowder (calf) had both been listed as questionable. Gore suffered his concussion in the first quarter last week against Las Vegas, but was cleared to return to practice on Wednesday.
Seattle was without defensive end Carlos Dunlap (foot) and reserve safety Ryan Neal (hip). Dunlap was injured two weeks ago against Philadelphia and saw limited action last week against the Giants.
Seattle was also thin on the offensive line with backups Jamarco Jones (groin), Cedric Ogbuehi (calf) and Phil Haynes (hip/groin) all inactive.