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“He’s doing all right. He’s doing good,” Harbaugh said Monday. “I thought he was doing pretty darn good at halftime, too, when I checked on him. It’s getting better. So, he’s clearing up and I think he’ll be fine.”

Bills receiver Donnie Jones aggravated an ankle problem, while Carolina DE Charles Johnson hurt his left shoulder.

Packers RB James Starks has a sprained knee and a sore ankle, and Green Bay isn’t sure if he can play in the Thanksgiving Day game at Detroit.

Starks hurt his knee late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s victory over Tampa Bay. The Packers did not practice Monday, but Starks likely would not have been able to go if they did.

Redskins LT Trent Williams has a mild MCL sprain in his left knee, something coach Mike Shanahan calls a “good sign” and that “most people play” with that injury.

Giants backup CB Michael Coe hurt his shoulder and needs surgery, finishing his season.

Rams defensive back Marquis Johnson has an abdominal contusion and checked into a hospital for observation. Linebacker Josh Hull aggravated a hamstring injury in the first half Sunday and coach Steve Spagnuolo said Hull would probably be out this week. Offensive tackle Mark Levoir (chest) will be out two to four weeks.

In Houston, Andre Johnson practiced Monday, and coach Gary Kubiak is optimistic he’ll play Sunday. Johnson has missed the past six games with a right hamstring injury that required surgery.

QB Matt Schaub is going to see a foot specialist to get a “definitive” diagnosis on his Lisfranc injury and decide if he’ll need season-ending surgery, Kubiak said. Schaub wore a protective boot on his right foot as he watched practice Monday.