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Temperatures are expected to be below freezing in Kansas City tonight. Derek Carr has never played an NFL game with a kickoff temperature below freezing. He's 0-2 in his career with a 17.8 Total QBR in games where the kickoff temperature is 40 or below, including a loss at Kansas City in Week 17 last season.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons' injury report: Julio Jones (turf toe) still sidelined but Dan Quinn optimistic about Jones participating on Friday.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Broncos-Titans injury report.

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Still four hours until kickoff and the parking lots in Kansas City are filling up with tailgaters. Keep in mind it's 26 degrees here and feels like it's 16.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots QB Tom Brady (knee) is no longer on the team's injury report. Likewise for WR Julian Edelman (foot). Those were two significant items of note from the team's injury report Thursday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Pro Bowl left guard Josh Sitton had another day of full participation; raising the question if Sitton (ankle) will start of Sunday, or come off the bench for a second consecutive week? "Last week he wasn't ready to take a full load as a starter," Bears coach John Fox said. "So that was his status in our opinion last week and we're evaluating that moving forward this week."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions tight end Eric Ebron tells me he is auctioning off his Michael J Fox Foundation cleats from Sunday through NFL auctions to raise money for the foundation. Ebron has long been a supporter of Parkinson's disease research.

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Tonight's game in Kansas City will be the coldest the Raiders have played since at least 2007. Back then Latavius Murray was at Onondaga Central High School in upstate New York, which means he's played in plenty of cold games. Murray said you just stick to your routine and "don't let yourself think it's any different."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Four Ravens didn't practice Thursday. Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda is expected to play Monday night against Patriots.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers OT Joe Staley added to injury report with hamstring injury. He did not participate in Thursday's practice.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions practice report:

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Another eyewitness, Abby Levray, testifies in Will Smith murder trial. She said the men from Smith's car appeared to be the aggressors in the argument that preceded Smith's shooting -- especially Richard Hernandez, who was the passenger in Smith's car. She said their wives were holding them back, but she saw no other physical contact between anybody. Said everyone appeared angry from both sides. Hernandez was "definitely" the most aggressive.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the full injury report for the Redskins-Eagles game Sunday:

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Pugh says knee is "feeling good." Shane Vereen also said he's practicing without physical limitations. Both seem to have a chance vs Cowboys.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers OC Todd Haley: We're gonna need Sammie Coates down the stretch.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Robert Griffin III addresses the reality that the Browns have an open mind about his return in 2017. The team owes him a $1.5 million roster bonus in March; if it's not paid, Griffin becomes a free agent.


Bob Holtzman ESPN 

After the Chiefs won in Oakland in October, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio used the word "gimmicky" to describe Kansas City's offense. Alex Smith prefers to call it "versatile" and told me they take pride in "not being cookie cutter." You could argue this is the most talented group of playmakers the Chiefs have had in years with the emergence of Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce on a run of three straight 100 yard games, and Jeremy Maclin back.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

"You've got to go to the next guys. We've got a good group of receivers. We've got a number of guys on this roster, and a bunch of guys we believe in. Other guys stepped it up all year. (I) expect them to do the same on Sunday if they need to be." Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan on possibility of being without Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu on Sunday.