12:00 pm: Oakland will also be without Darius Heyward Bey and Nnamdi Asomugha. LaRon Landry is out in Washington. Clinton Portis is officially active. Zach Miller is officially in for Oakland.

11:50 a.m.: Matt Schaub, Beanie Wells and Percy Harvin are all active, as is Todd Heap. Larod Stephens-Howling is out.

11:30 a.m.: Sidney Rice will make his season debut for the Minnesota Vikings in their week 11 matchup against the Green Bay Packers in Minnesota. For the opposing team, Donald Driver will be active despite a quad injury.

A littany of running backs will be out this week. Joseph Addai and Mike Hart will be out for Indianapolis, meaning Donald Brown will be featured. For Carolina, DeAngelo Williams is now out for the year, and Jonathan Stewart is not active, meaning Mike Goodson will get the nod. In San Diego, Ryan Matthews looks doubtful to play at all, meaning Mike Tolbert will be featured. Clinton Portis looks to be back for Washington, while Ryan Torrain will be out. Pierre Thomas will not return for New Orleans, while Reggie Bush may play. C.J. Spiller is out in Buffalo, meaning Fred Jackson will be featured. In Kansas City, Dexter McCluster is out. The dinged-up Cedric Benson, however, is good to go.

At quarterback, Brett Favre looks to play, despite his lingering injuries. Jimmy Clausen is out, meaning Brian St. Pierre will start for Carolina. Matthew Stafford will be out as well, giving Shaun Hill another go for Detroit.

Receivers missing Week 11 include Kenny Britt, Steve Smith, Chaz Schillens, Jerricho Cotchery, Mike Sims-Walker and Josh Cribbs. Bernard Berrian, who had been questionable, is active, and Malcom Floyd will finally return for San Diego.

Both Tony Moeaki of the Chiefs and Owen Daniels of the Texans are out at tight end, as is Jeremy Shockey. Zach Miller has said that he will play for Oakland, despite his questionable status.

Joe Nedney and Jason Hanson will not be kicking this week.