EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Tom Coughlin will approach what might be his final week as the New York Giants’ coach just as he has every other game week since taking over the team in 2004 and leading it to two Super Bowls.

This week is about winning, knocking off the Philadelphia Eagles in the regular-season finale and ending on a high note.

Coughlin insists this week is not about him or his future as coach. He’s upset his players have been put in a position of being asked about letting down their 69-year-old leader.

“I feel badly that they feel that way,” Coughlin said Monday. “It’s a shame that they have to be put in a position where they have to respond about something to do with me. It’s not about me. I’m here for them.

“If you want to break it all down, blame it all on me. I’m the head coach, I’m responsible, I lose the games for our players. Put it that way, leave it that way. We try like heck not to put these young men in a position where they feel badly about the circumstances that the head coach finds himself in,” Coughlin said.

RAIDERS: Fullback Marcel Reece was suspended four games without pay for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.

Reece, who last week was named to his fourth straight Pro Bowl, will miss the season finale Sunday against Kansas City and the first three games in 2016. He is also ineligible for the Pro Bowl next month.

TEXANS: Quarterback Brian Hoyer is in the last phase of the NFL’s concussion protocol and will start Sunday against Jacksonville if he’s cleared.

Hoyer missed the last two games after suffering his second concussion in less than a month Dec. 13.

CHARGERS: Agent David Canter said safety Eric Weddle was fined $10,000 by the team for remaining on the sideline at halftime of a Dec. 20 home game to watch his daughter dance in a program sponsored by the team’s cheerleaders.

Canter said he plans to file a grievance with the NFL Players Association.

EAGLES: Less than 48 hours after quarterback Sam Bradford said he wanted to be back, Coach Chip Kelly said he wanted his quarterback to return.

Bradford’s original six-year rookie contract expires at the end of the season and unless he re-signs, he will become an unrestricted free agent in March.