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Sept. 9, 2012; E. Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis (24) makes the interception on Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson (13) at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: William Perlman/The Star-Ledger via US PRESSWIRE

Morning Headlines: Several NFL Stars Ruled out for Week 2

 

 

The Jets will be without All-Pro corner Darrelle Revis vs. the Steelers, as he has been ruled out for Sunday’s game with recurring concussion symptoms. Starting TE Dustin Keller (hamstring) has also been ruled out for Week 2.

 

Titans WR Kenny Britt (knee) was limited in Friday’s practice and is questionable to make his 2012 NFL debut vs. the Chargers on Sunday.

 

Colts DE Dwight Freeney is out for Week 2 with an ankle injury.

 

RB Ryan Mathews was “limited” in Chargers practice Friday and is listed as questionable.

 

Despite being limited this week with a hip pointer, Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin assured reporters Friday that he will play in Week 2 against the Ravens.

 

Raiders WR Denarius Moore (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 2 against the Dolphins.

 

Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson is listed as questionable for Week 2 with a groin injury, but is expected to play.

 

Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon will be a game-time decision with a foot injury.

 

No extension agreement between the Cowboys and QB Tony Romo is imminent.

 

The Steelers will likely be without outside linebacker James Harrison when they host the Jets on Sunday. It also now appears that safety Troy Polamalu could be out Sunday, as he didn’t practice Wednesday or Thursday.

 

The Browns expect RB Trent Richardson’s production will improve as he gets into football shape after missing the majority of training camp.

 

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