The Pittsburgh Steelers will be at full strength Sunday for the first time this season.
Running back Rashard Mendenhall, linebacker James Harrison and safety Troy Polamalu completed a full week of practice and are all listed as probable to play Sunday for the Steelers (1-2) against the Philadelphia Eagles (3-1).
Mendenhall and Harrison will make their season debuts. Polamalu will play for the first time since a season-opening loss in Denver.
Harrison had minor surgery on his left knee in August, and Polamalu has had a calf injury. Each has been named NFL Defensive Player of the Year, and they have combined to be named All Pro nine times. Their returns are welcomed on a defense that has blown fourth-quarter leads during each of the Steelers' losses.
"They're getting two excellent defensive players back, two of the best in the game, ex-defensive MVPs," Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said. "They're a tough, physical football team that is quite disruptive, so we've got a great opportunity along with a great challenge."
A two-time 1,000-yard rusher, Mendenhall has recovered from tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee Jan. 1. He's been practicing for more than three weeks.
Colts: Coach Chuck Pagano, waging a fight against leukemia in the hospital, has sent an email to his team that interim coach Bruce Arians will read to the team before Sunday's game with Green Bay. "Very private,'' Arians told the Indianapolis Star of the message. "He sent it to every player. Very long. ... When you read it by yourself, it's very emotional." Wide receiver Reggie Wayne visited Pagano in the hospital Tuesday and said the coach was in good spirits. "I sat with him a little while," Wayne said. "He's doing good. I was kind of surprised how good he was. He's the same. He was joking."
Browns: Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin will miss Cleveland's game Sunday against the New York Giants because of hamstring injuries. Greg Little and rookie Josh Gordon will likely start at wide receiver. Also, rookie running back Trent Richardson traveled with the team to New York after missing practice Friday to be with his girlfriend while she was in labor.
Titans: Linebacker Colin McCarthy and receiver Kenny Britt are questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota. McCarthy at least has practiced; Britt has not seen any action in two consecutive weeks due to his sprained left ankle. McCarthy has not played since injuring the ankle in the season opener against New England.
Jets: Tight end Dustin Keller, wide receiver Stephen Hill, nose tackle Sione Po'uha and fullback John Conner are doubtful for New York's game Monday night against Houston. None of the four practiced all week -- Keller, Hill and Conner because of injured hamstrings, and Po'uha with a sore back. The receiving corps is already thin, especially after top receiver Santonio Holmes was lost for the season with a foot injury against the 49ers last week.
Packers: Green Bay activated defensive end Mike Neal, who was suspended for the first four weeks of the season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. He was suspended March 13 after testing positive for the prescription drug Adderall. Neal had been prescribed the drug, used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy, by a doctor and didn't realize it was on the NFL's banned substance list. Neal, a native of Indiana, secured about 20 tickets for Sunday's game. "My friends and family have always been supportive," he said. "Me playing or not playing, the big thing is just to be able to see them."
MCT Information Services contributed to this report.