. . The Eagles are missing three starters in secondary school against Arizona. Safety Rodney McLeod ripped out the ACL and cornerbacks Avonte Maddox (knee) and Darius Slay (concussion) were injured last week. The Cardinals have to do without left security guard Justin Pugh (calf) and starting security Jalen Thompson, who missed a large part of the season with an ankle injury. Receiver Jamison Crowder works for the winless New York Jets when they take on the Los Angeles Rams. Crowder was the only player on the Jets' injury report this week who was classified as questionable with a calf injury on Friday. The Rams were without rookie pass rusher Terrell Lewis, who was inactive despite having no injury designation this week. Los Angeles had linebackers Justin Hollins and Ogbo Okoronkwo on their lineup after COVID-19 was fearful earlier this week. The Saints have put backup quarterback Jameis Winston on the club's COVID-19 reserve list. The move leaves the Saints two active QBs for the game against the Kansas City Chiefs. It comes a day after the Saints moved quarterback Drew Brees from the injured reserve to the active squad, but also surrendered reserve QB Trevor Siemian. The COVID-19 reserve list is for players who have had a positive test for the coronavirus or who have been found to have close contact with an infected person. Winston has played sparingly this season. Most of his action took place in the second half of a victory over San Francisco, which Brees left behind at half time with broken ribs and a lung injury. But Winston's lack of availability could affect how the Saints use the versatile QB Taysom Hill. When Winston is available and Brees starts, the Saints will not only use QB as a reading option for speed change, but also play Hill on the narrow end and in special teams. With Hill. . .