Vikings WR Randy Moss was upgraded to probable for tomorrow's game against the New York Giants after participating in an entire practice for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Moss, who strained his right hamstring in a win at New Orleans on Oct. 17, made a token start last week against Tennessee but played just two snaps as a decoy. He is expected to play a larger role against the Giants, but won't be at full strength for at least two more weeks.
* MCNAIR, BROWN QUESTIONABLE: Injuries again kept Titans QB Steve McNair and RB Chris Brown out of practice yesterday, casting doubt on their availability tomorrow against the Bengals.
McNair, who has a bruised chest, and Brown, who has turf toe, had been expected to participate on a limited basis after being held out of practice the previous two days. Both are listed as questionable on the official injury report.
* MORE INJURIES: Jaguars RB Fred Taylor (strained quadriceps) was upgraded to probable and should start at Houston. Also, G Chris Naeole (ankle) was upgraded to probable, but DT Willie Blade (back) was listed as questionable. . . .
Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson (strained groin) practiced and is expected to start against the Raiders. . . .
The Seahawks placed P Tom Rouen (hamstring) on injured reserve and re-signed P Donnie Jones to the active roster from the practice squad. Jones was taken in the seventh round of this year's draft.
-- From News Services