BEREA, Ohio — Jake Delhomme still isn't practicing, Seneca Wallace never has faced the Baltimore Ravens and now a report has surfaced that the Browns contacted the Philadelphia Eagles about the availability of Kevin Kolb.
Delhomme hasn't practiced since injuring his right ankle in the season opener, but Coach Eric Mangini is "optimistic" about his availability for Sunday.
If Delhomme is healthy, he will play Sunday regardless of practice snaps. He set his career passing mark in his only previous start against the Ravens, throwing for 365 yards in a 23-21 victory in 2006.
"I feel really comfortable with his ability to take the information, with or without reps, and be able to execute," Mangini said.
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If Delhomme can't play, Wallace will get another start. Wallace completed 16 of 31 passes for 229 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs. He had a long touchdown pass to Josh Cribbs — a play which Cribbs essentially called — but also threw a costly interception that was returned for a touchdown.
Dahl held out of practice
ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Rams safety Craig Dahl is still feeling effects of a concussion.
Dahl was held out of practice Thursday. He was hurt on a helmet-to-helmet hit with Raiders running back Darren McFadden in last week's 16-14 loss at Oakland.
Dahl said he was still light sensitive and was experiencing other concussion symptoms.
Pittsburgh school's alumni top NFL list
INDIANAPOLIS — Pittsburgh's Woodland Hills High School tops USA Football's list of high schools with the most NFL players with six, while three schools have five players in the league this year.
USA Football based the list on the 1,696 players on opening-week rosters.
The New York Jets' Jason Taylor, Arizona's Steve Breaston, New England's Rob Gronkowski, Pittsburgh's Ryan Mundy, Miami's Lousaka Polite and San Francisco's Shawntae Spencer played at Woodland Hills.
Harvin back after migraine
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Percy Harvin returned to Vikings practice on Thursday after missing the previous session with another migraine headache.
Harvin struggled with migraines throughout the preseason, but says he went almost six weeks between headaches. Harvin says he's feeling great and was encouraged with how he was able to recover from his latest episode.
He says he's reached the point where he doesn't worry about getting the headaches on a daily basis anymore.
Around the league
Seahawks: Peter McLoughlin is the new president of Seattle, leaving a similar position with the NHL's St. Louis Blues.
Cardinals: Arizona running back Beanie Wells went through a strenuous but limited workout on Wednesday and said he expects to play Sunday in the Cardinals' home opener against Oakland. Wells has sat out the first two games of the season with a bruised right knee.
Packers: Clay Matthews became the first player in Packers history to have consecutive three-sack games, and the NFL's first player to do so since Seattle's Patrick Kerney in 2007.