Quarterback Donovan McNabb will start in the Eagles' home opener tomorrow against San Francisco despite a bruised chest.

McNabb practiced yesterday for the second straight day and did not seem bothered by the injury he suffered in the first quarter of Philadelphia's loss to Atlanta on Monday night.

* STEELERS: Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, nursing a bone bruise on his knee, practiced but is still listed as questionable for tomorrow's game in Houston.

* CHARGERS: Guard Tonui Fonoti practiced and is expected to play tomorrow in Denver despite a broken right hand. Defensive end Igor Olshansky (injured leg) and wide receiver Vincent Jackson (calf injury) are not expected to play.

* SUPER BOWL: With New York out of the running for the 2010 game, the league next month will pick from three cities that lost a bid for 2009 -- Atlanta, Houston and Miami.

The 2010 site will be chosen at an Oct. 6 meeting in Detroit.

* GIANTS, JETS: New Jersey officials are giving the Giants and Jets 10 more days to work out a land development plan for a new $800 million football stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford. The Giants want to build a training complex and team offices next to the stadium. The Jets want to build practice facilities elsewhere, so the land near the stadium can be developed for other purposes.

* BUCCANEERS: Jay Gruden, the brother of Coach Jon Gruden and a part-time assistant coach with the team, was arrested for drunken driving early yesterday, the Hillsborough County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office said. Gruden, 38, was released on bond later in the day.

Also, rookie fullback Rick Razzano was suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league's policy on anabolic steroids.