Jones' stance was different earlier Friday when he said, "We could easily have a doubleheader on Thursday. I don't think that is out of the realm of thought; we haven't set up how we will do it."
---Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Josh Bynes is out for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after having surgery on an infected finger.
Bynes did not practice this week. The finger was being treated with antibiotics, but the treatment was not working. Arthur Brown will replace Bynes in the starting lineup.
---The Minnesota Vikings placed safety Harrison Smith on injured reserve/designated to return and signed cornerback Jacob Lacey on Friday.
Smith, who has a turf toe injury, can return to practice in six weeks and be activated in eight weeks. Smith was injured in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers.
---Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts are questionable for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers.
Blackmon missed practice Wednesday and Friday with a hamstring injury and Shorts has been limited the last two days with a shoulder sprain.
The Florida Times Union reported that Blackmon definitely plans to play and Shorts said he will play "and deal with pain."
---Offensive coordinator Greg Roman and the San Francisco 49ers are lining up the gravy train, the meal ticket is back on the field.
Wide receiver Michael Crabtree was on the field at the 49ers' practice facility catching passes Friday, increasing the likelihood that he returns this season from a torn Achilles.
Crabtree led the 49ers with 85 receptions in 2012.
---The Green Bay Packers claimed wide receiver Chris Harper off waivers Friday, according to ESPN.com.
The rookie was waived Thursday by the San Francisco 49ers. Harper was selected in the fourth round of this year's draft by the Seattle Seahawks out of Kansas State. Seattle released Harper on Aug. 31 and signed by San Francisco on Sept. 2. He was inactive for the first six weeks of the regular season.
Green Bay is in need of wide receiver help with Randall Cobb and James Jones injured.