Philadelphia quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy have been ruled out for the Eagles' game against Carolina on Monday night because of concussions.

Coach Andy Reid announced the decisions Saturday.

Eagles trainer Rick Burkholder said Vick is symptom-free, but McCoy has headaches and dizziness.

Vick was injured against Dallas on Nov. 11 and didn't play Nov. 18 in the Eagles' 31-6 loss to Washington, their sixth straight loss. McCoy was hurt in the fourth quarter against the Redskins.

Rookies Nick Foles and Bryce Brown will start in place of Vick and McCoy.

Raiders: Oakland promoted linebacker Kaelin Burnett from the practice squad to fill the spot vacated by Aaron Curry's release. Burnett was signed by Oakland as an undrafted free agent from Nevada.

Browns: After days of criticism, the team decided to cancel a promotion to hand out white flags to fans before Sunday's game against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Because white flags symbolize surrender, the giveaway seemed to imply the Browns were giving up against the Steelers, who have won 16 of the past 17 games between the AFC North foes.

Steelers: Big Ben Roethlisberger is introducing his fans to Little Ben. The Pittsburgh quarterback posted a picture of his newborn son on his website Saturday. Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger Jr. was born Wednesday night. It's the first child for the athlete and his wife, Ashley.

Vikings: Wide receiver Percy Harvin has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Chicago because of his sprained left ankle. He was hurt Nov. 4 at Seattle and missed the Nov. 11 game against Detroit. The Vikings had a bye last week.

Rams: It appears St. Louis will be without its top wide receiver, Danny Amendola, for Sunday's game in Arizona. In just his second game back since suffering a separated Sterno-clavicular joint Oct. 4, Amendola suffered a foot/heel injury running a pass route in the first half against the New York Jets on Nov. 18.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch contributed to this report.