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BRONCOS: Quarterback Brian Griese sprained his left knee late in the third quarter. An MRI is scheduled today. Griese was injured after completing a pass to Rod Smith when Seattle's Rocky Bernard rolled up on Griese's knee. The Seahawks were assessed a penalty. "The doctor thinks it's second degree," Griese said. "It's pretty sore."

CARDINALS: Running back Joel Makovicka left the game at halftime with a concussion.

CHARGERS: Linebacker Donnie Edwards and guard Bob Hallen were knocked out of the game with concussions and guard Michael Keathley sprained an ankle.

COLTS: Running back Edgerrin James, who missed the previous two games with hamstring and rib injuries, left in the fourth quarter after getting his ankle rewrapped. Team officials said he was not injured.

COWBOYS: Pro Bowl safety Darren Woodson strained his right groin in the first half and did not return.

DOLPHINS: Receiver Cris Carter, released from a hospital Friday after being treated for a kidney problem, watched from the sideline. He's expected to miss at least one more game. "I'm getting better every day," he said, "and you always feel better when you win."

49ERS: Offensive tackle Derrick Deese sprained an ankle.

GIANTS: Receiver Herman Moore warmed up before the game but was inactive for his first game with New York.

PACKERS: Guard Marco Rivera sprained his right knee in the first quarter and didn't return.

RAVENS: Receiver Javin Hunter suffered a concussion in the first half.

SAINTS: Cornerback Fred Thomas was knocked out when he took a knee to the head making a tackle on Falcons tight end Alge Crumpler. Thomas was motionless on the turf for several minutes, then ran off.

SEAHAWKS: Rookie running back Maurice Morris was declared inactive. He strained his right hamstring in practice last week.

STEELERS: Center Jeff Hartings and linebacker James Farrior each hurt a knee and will be re-evaluated today.

SUPPLEMENTS: The league has sent every team a memo warning that they are subject to fines if they supply players, knowingly or not, with banned supplements. The memo said a team has been disciplined, without saying which one. ESPN and CBS reported that the Raiders were the team in question. Last week Carolina rookie Julius Peppers was suspended for four games after testing positive for a banned substance in a dietary supplement.