AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.By putting Green on injured reserve, the winless Dolphins freed up a spot on the 53-man roster, which they used to activate receiver Kerry Reed from the practice squad. “At this point, this is the best thing for Trent and the team,” Coach Cam Cameron said in a statement. “The doctors have prescribed rest for now. No long-term decisions regarding Trent’s future have been made.” Green said he understood the Dolphins’ need to make a move. “I appreciate the way the organization has handled this,” he said in a statement. “I realize this is in the best interest of my long-term health, and I want nothing but the best for the team. “Right now I haven’t made any decisions about my future, but I talked with the Dolphins about staying involved in some capacity the rest of the season.” From news services There will be no comeback this season by Trent Green, leaving the Miami Dolphins with an uncertain quarterback situation yet again. Green was placed on injured reserve Saturday, shelving him for the rest of the season following his second severe concussion in 13 months. The 37-year-old Green said he has made no decision about playing next year. A series of test results were normal following the latest injury Oct. 7, but doctors were concerned about possible long-term effects and declined to clear him to play. Around the league 49ers: San Francisco waived linebacker Hannibal Navies and signed fullback Zak Keasey from the practice squad to the active roster before their game against the New York Giants. Navies, a nine-year pro with his fourth NFL team, started the 49ers’ last two games after Manny Lawson was lost for the season with a knee injury. But Navies was doubtful for San Francisco’s visit to New York because of a knee injury. Bills: Buffalo signed tight end Derek Schouman off the practice squad after releasing backup defensive tackle Tim Anderson. Schouman was Buffalo’s seventh-round pick out of Boise State. Colts: Wide receiver Marvin Harrison remains questionable for Indianapolis’ game against Jacksonville on Monday night because of a bruised left knee. Colts coach Tony Dungy said before practice Harrison would probably be a game-time decision in the AFC South clash between the Colts (5-0) and Jaguars (4-1). Falcons: Alge Crumpler’s chronically sore knee could sideline the four-time Pro Bowl tight end for today’s game at New Orleans. Crumpler, the Falcons’ leading receiver the last three years, has played in 40 straight games, including 39 starts, despite having arthroscopic surgery on his left knee the last two offseasons. Jets: Tight end Chris Baker won’t play in New York’s game at Cincinnati after he was downgraded from questionable to out with a back injury. Baker, who has 12 catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns, was limited in practice all week and didn’t accompany the team to Cincinnati.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!