Griffin was injured while scrambling near the sideline on a third-and-goal play against the Atlanta Falcons.
Bears fan killed in Jacksonville
A Chicago Bears fan who traveled from Lake County, Ill., to see the team play in Jacksonville, Fla., died at the hands of an "enraged" husband who saw his wife talking to the other man at a restaurant the night before the game, police said.
As the men sat on a bench near the entrance of an Irish-themed restaurant and bar, eyewitnesses saw Matthew Hinson, 27, stand up, draw a "little pocket knife" and slice the throat of 42-year-old William Christopher Pettry of Lake Villa, Ill., said Lt. Rob Schoonover of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
Ex-Lions great Karras gravely ill
Friends of Alex Karras say the former Lions great suffered kidney failure in the last two weeks and has been given only a few days to live.
Tom McInerney, a friend of Karras' since the 1950s, said Karras' wife, Susan Clark, told him of her husband's failing health in a phone call Monday.
The 77-year-old Karras has suffered from a variety of health problems in recent years, including dementia and cancer. He was an accomplished actor and announcer during the early years of Monday Night Football.
Patriots' Welker: 'It was a joke'
Wes Welker told reporters he was only joking when he said after Sunday's game that he enjoyed catching 13 passes against the Denver Broncos to "stick it" in coach Bill Belichick's face.
Welker made a rare Monday appearance in the locker room during media availability to straighten things out.
"It was a joke," Welker said. "I don't know what else to say about it."
Welker said that he has a good relationship with Belichick.
Steelers' Polamalu is out
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu will miss Thursday's game against Tennessee after aggravating his strained right calf during Sunday's win over the Eagles.
This article contains information from Inquirer wire services.