TSN.ca runs down the notable inactives ahead of a big day of football.
Inactive running backs
Fournette missed practice for the third consecutive day Friday and won't play Sunday against Houston.
Fournette injured his right quadriceps muscle against Seattle last week, but insisted Thursday he would play.
Seventh in the NFL in rushing with 923 yards, Fournette also missed time with a sprained ankle earlier this season. - Canadian Press
Running back Joe Mixon also was ruled out on Saturday with a concussion. - Canadian Press
Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman and left guard Andy Levitre have been ruled out for Monday night's game at Tampa Bay.
Coleman teams with starter Devonta Freeman in one of the NFL's most effective backfield duos. He has been in the concussion protocol since Atlanta's last game, a Dec. 7 victory over New Orleans. He was injured in the fourth quarter and did not return. - Canadian Press
Wagner likely to play?
Seattle Seahawks linebackers Bobby Wagner, who didn't practice this week and is listed as questionable with a hamstring, believes he can play, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Wagner will test the injury ahead of the Seahawks' game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Wagner aggravated a hamstring strain early in the third quarter of the team's 30-24 loss to the Jaguars and did not return. He's also been unable to practice this week.
"He did some good stuff today in rehab, and he'll run tomorrow and we'll take it to game time," head coach Pete Carroll said on Friday. - Canadian Press
Clowney, Hopkins expected to play for Texans
The Texans listed linebacker Jadeveon Clowney and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins as questionable, but head coach Bill O'Brien expects both of them to play, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Clowney has been battling a knee injury and an illness while Hopkins has been battling a toe injury.
Target for Taylor?
Tyrod Taylor will be back behind centre for the Bills Sunday and the team is hopeful he'll have one of his top targets as well. Bills receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who is listed as questionable with a knee injury, is hopeful to play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The Steelers expect to have two important players back for their important tilt against the New England Patriots Sunday.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported cornerback Joe Haden and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, both listed as game-time decision, should be good to go. Haden has been battling a fibula injury while Smith-Schuster has been battling a hamstring injury.