The Vikings listed their four injured players — fullback Zach Line, nose tackle Shamar Stephen and tight ends MyCole Pruitt and Chase Ford — as probable for Monday night's game at San Francisco on their final injury report Saturday.

After placing center John Sullivan on injured reserve/designated to return this week after back surgery, the Vikings have a 52-man roster, one under the minimum.

Teams have can 45 active players for games.


•Browns cornerback Justin Gilbert crashed his car into a ditch Friday following what Ohio state police described as a road rage incident. Gilbert, a first-round draft pick last year, was cited Friday by Brunswick, Ohio, police for failure to control his vehicle. He was not injured.

•Return specialist Devin Hester has been ruled out of the Atlanta Falcons' season opener Monday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. Hester had not practiced last week because of a toe injury. Linebacker Brooks Reed (groin surgery) also wil miss the game.

•The Bears terminated linebacker Sam Acho's contract and promoted linebacker Lamin Barrow from the practice squad. Acho signed a one-year contract with Chicago in April after four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.

•The Dallas Cowboys signed defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford to a three-year contract worth $45 million, with $25.7 million guaranteed, the Dallas Morning News reported. Crawford, a third-round pick in 2012, is entering the final season of his rookie contract. He would have become an unrestricted free agent after the season.