Running back Beanie Wells believes he will be playing his final game Sunday for the Arizona Cardinals and is looking to showcase his skills to other NFL teams.
"That's my mindset," Wells said in a story published by The Arizona Republic. "I'm just going to go out there and put my best foot forward for all the 31 other teams that's watching."
Though he will remain under contract with the Cardinals next season, Wells does not expect to be back.
"It's inevitable," Wells said of the possibility of not being with Arizona next season.
Toe and knee injuries have limited Wells to seven games this season. The four-year veteran has rushed for 234 yards on 88 carries and five touchdowns.
The Cardinals play the 49ers in San Francisco on Sunday.
--Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin is a question mark for the regular-season finale Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals due to a bruised shoulder.
"We'll see how that develops during the course of the week," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said.
Boldin is expected to be limited in practice this week. The Ravens and the Bengals already have clinched playoff spots, but Baltimore can secure the No. 3 seed in the AFC with a victory and a loss by the New England Patriots.
--San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis likely will play in Sunday's game despite sustaining a concussion last weekend, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported.
Davis will spend much of this week going through the NFL's concussion protocol before it's determined whether he can play against the Cardinals in the regular-season finale.
--Green Bay running back Alex Green "definitely" will return for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis, coach Mike McCarthy said.
Green missed last Sunday's 55-7 rout of the Tennessee Titans because of a concussion. He has rushed for 464 yards on 135 carries this season.
McCarthy also is hoping that safety Charles Woodson (collarbone), receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring), tight end Tom Crabtree (hamstring) and defensive end Jerel Worthy (hamstring) will be available Sunday.
The Packers (11-5) could secure the NFC's No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs with a win.
--The Philadelphia Eagles are nowhere close to postseason contention, and Michael Vick could be in his final days with the team.
However, the quarterback vows to give his all in Sunday's season-ending game against the Giants as a tribute to his coach. Vick will be back in the starting lineup for the first time since he sustained a concussion in the Eagles' Nov. 11 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
"I came in with Coach (Andy) Reid being my coach," Vick told the Birds 24/7 website. "It's our last game in our 2012 season, and I would much rather be out there. I want to get a win for Coach Reid, and I think my teammates will rally around that. It's our own little Super Bowl in our own right."
--Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Joey Porter was released from jail in Bakersfield, Calif., three days after he was charged with writing bad checks in Las Vegas.
According to reports, Porter paid a $70,000 debt to Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas and was released Monday.
Porter, 35, retired in July after a 13-year NFL career that also included stops with Miami and Arizona.