"I didn't see Cro until the last second and I'm glad I jumped or else we'd have probably went helmet to helmet," Reed said. "I was breaking on a ball, saw it, and when I realized [Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin had] overthrown the guy in front of me I saw Cro. Come to find out the guy scored on that play, it's crazy. Just glad we came out the win and Cro's all right and I'm all right."
Cromartie was never announced with an injury during the game. He made two tackles late in the fourth quarter.
Last week, Cromartie was a game-time decision with a recurring hip injury. Although he played the entire game against Miami, he was not as effective as he has been. Against the Raiders, he had a tackle and two pass defenses.
But Bush aggravated his calf during pregame warmups, and the Lions no longer had their starting running back.
"Reggie's been dealing with a calf injury that has been hampering him this week," Schwartz said following Detroit's 34-20 loss. "He was able to get out there on Friday and practice, and I thought he was going to be able to go (Sunday). In pregame warmups, he aggravated it and wasn't able to go."
Bush declined to speak to reporters about his injury after the game, but he was one of three starters to either not play or leave Sunday's game due to injury.
Lions right tackle LaAdrian Waddle left the game in the first quarter with an elbow injury and did not return, although Schwartz said he was available. Schwartz indicated the reason for sticking with Jason Fox over Waddle was that Fox was completely healthy, while Waddle was not.
After the game, Waddle did not seem too bothered by the injury.
"I'm not too concerned," Waddle said. "I'm not too worried about it."
Defensive end Ziggy Ansah injured his shoulder in the second half, and Schwartz said he would not have been available to return. He did not know what Ansah's future status would be.
"He hurt it during the game," Schwartz said. "We'll see. It doesn't look like it's long term, but we'll have to see."
The second-year player left the game when he took a hard hit during a play that resulted in one of two third-quarter Colts touchdowns.
Indianapolis scored for a second time in the quarter with 6:30 remaining when quarterback Andrew Luck completed a 19-yard touchdown pass to receiver LaVon Brazill. It was Brazill who did most of the heavy lifting on the play, catching the short pass and dodging six attempted Bengals tacklers in order to score. While swept into attempting his own tackle, Iloka suffered an apparent head injury.
Iloka's return was immediately deemed questionable by the Bengals' training staff. Eventually, he was ruled out and didn't return.
Following the scoring play, several Bengals, including Iloka, remained on the field for a few moments as they collected themselves. They looked like orange and black bowling pins that had just been felled by the power-running bowling ball that was Brazill.
When Iloka left, he was replaced on the next Bengals' defensive series by defensive back Chris Crocker. Crocker was among those who missed a tackle on the touchdown reception.
Late in the fourth quarter, fellow Bengals defensive back, Terence Newman, left the game with a knee injury. Like Iloka, he was deemed out. It's unclear exactly how serious either injury currently is.
Left guard Mike Iupati is out again, however. It’s the third straight game he'll miss due to a sprained knee. Adam Snyder continues to play in his place.
Rookie receiver Quinton Patton continues to be inactive. He hasn’t played since he broke his foot in Week 4. Patton is now healthy, but with the 49ers’ veteran receivers all healthy, there is no room for Patton.
Tight end Garrett Celek is healthy after missing a few games with a hamstring injury, but he remains inactive. Derek Carrier, promoted from the practice squad last month, has apparently bypassed him on the depth chart.
Miller rushed for 2 yards in the third quarter and was hit hard by Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark.
Miller immediately left the game after that play and was replaced by Dolphins backup running back Daniel Thomas.
Miller leads the Dolphins in rushing this year with 567 yards on 142 carries and two touchdowns.
Gronkowski, who suffered the injury in Sunday's wild 27-26 win over the Cleveland Browns, will undergo an MRI on Monday, according to the source.
FoxSports earlier reported that the Patriots believed it was a torn ACL.
New England announced during the game that Gronkowski suffered an injury to his right leg. Patriots coach Bill Belichick revealed after the game that Gronkowski was taken to a hospital.
"Rob was taken to the hospital for observation and evaluation on his injury," Belichick said. "That's all I have on it."
Gronkowski suffered the injury in the third quarter after hauling in a pass up the seam from Tom Brady. The two-time Pro Bowler took a direct hit to his right knee by Browns safety T.J. Ward and fell to the ground, clearly in pain.
"It was a decision I made just to make a tackle on a big man and unfortunately he got hurt, but if I would've hit up high, there's a chance I would get fined and all that other stuff. I'm just being safe," Ward said.
Medical personnel immediately came to Gronkowski's side, and he was eventually taken off the field on a cart. The burly tight end was unable to put weight on his right leg as he moved from the ground to the cart.
However, after missing the first two series of the third quarter, he returned and he carried four times on a drive that ended in a field goal that pulled the Packers to within 21-16 with 45 seconds left in the third quarter.
Lacy's right ankle was heavily taped.
The injury occurred on a meaningless play with the Packers just running out the clock. It’s not known why they didn’t take a knee and head into the locker room.
Lacy, who entered the game as the eighth leading rusher in the NFL this season, rushed for 32 yards on 11 carries in the first half and also caught two passes for 22 yards. He scored the Packers’ only touchdown of the first half on a 1-yard run. It was his seventh rushing touchdown of the season, the most ever by a Packers’ rookie running back.
James Starks, the only other halfback active for the Packers, started the second half.
The reigning league MVP, Peterson later walked under his own power while moving from the Vikings' locker room to the X-ray room.
He did not return to the game.
Coach Leslie Frazier said after the Vikings' 29-26 loss that the team's initial diagnosis was a sprained foot. Peterson said he would undergo an MRI on Monday.
Peterson immediately rolled over in pain and had to be helped off the field. He was taken to the locker room in a cart after doctors examined his leg on the sideline.
Peterson, who was questionable to play in Sunday's game because of a groin injury, had carried a combined 67 times in the Vikings' previous two games and had vowed to play. Peterson had gained just 13 yards on seven carries, as he was unable to find much running room on a snowy field in Baltimore.
If the injury is serious, it would be the second one for Peterson in the state of Maryland in less than two years. He tore his left ACL on Christmas Eve in 2011, in a game against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.
DeCoud was injured in the first quarter while attempting to tackle Packers rookie running back Eddie Lacy. On the play, Lacy scored a 1-yard touchdown.
DeCoud remained on the ground for a few minutes then exited the field while escorted by members of the team's training staff.
Dennard appeared to be rolled up on at the conclusion of a running play. After receiving attention from the medical staff on the field, Dennard was able to get up on his own power before heading to the locker room for further evaluation.
He was listed as questionable to play in this game due to a knee injury that had cost him two of the previous three games.
UPDATE: Dennard was back on the field midway through the second quarter.
Running back Reggie Bush slipped during warm-ups and re-aggravated his calf injury that kept him out of practice for two days last week. He is officially questionable to return.
Bush was not seen at normal team warm-ups prior to Detroit’s game against Philadelphia in the snow but was on the sideline to start the game.
Joique Bell started for Detroit in Bush's place.
Walker suffered the injury in last weekend's loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
Walker has 45 catches -- the second-highest total on the team -- for 454 yards and a team-leading five touchdowns this season.
ESPN.com Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky contributed to this report.
It means that the Packers won’t have to move right guard T.J. Lang to center and find a replacement for Lang.
Against the Lions, Lang played center after Dietrich-Smith left in the second quarter. It was only the second time in Lang’s career that he played center. Marshall Newhouse and Lane Taylor split playing time at right guard after Lang moved against the Lions.
Newhouse was a surprise inactive after coming down with flu-like symptoms. Running back Kahlil Bell, signed on Monday, also will not play.
Here’s the Packers’ full inactive list:
There are no surprises with the Vikings' inactives today; Christian Ponder is out, of course, with Matt Cassel starting at quarterback and Josh Freeman backing him up. Peterson, who was questionable for the game with a strained groin -- but always expected to play -- will start.
Here is the full list of Vikings inactives:
With Pitta active, the Ravens scratched Dallas Clark, who is third on the team with 31 catches and three touchdowns.
Dumervil, the Ravens' sacks leader, will not play after not practicing all week with an injured ankle. He was listed as doubtful on Friday's injury report.
Here's the complete injury report for the Ravens and Vikings:
VIKINGS: CB Josh Robinson, DT Chase Baker, G Jeff Baca, TE Kyle Rudolph, QB Christian Ponder, T Mike Remmers, WR Rodney Smith.
RAVENS: OLB Elvis Dumervil, TE Dallas Clark, DT Brandon Williams, WR/RS Deonte Thompson, S Omar Brown, S Brynden Trawick, C Ryan Jensen.