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- DL Demarcus Dobbs reinstated from reserve/suspended list today. (Matt Maiocco)
- The concerns regarding WR Brandon Marshall’s hip were “overblown.” (ESPN Chicago)
- Bears re-signed OT Jonathan Scott.
- Bears signed QB Jerrod Johnson to their practice squad.
- LT Andrew Whitworth “has a chance” to return in Week 2. (Geoff Hobson)
- Bengals are working out free agent OLB Michael Boley. (Adam Schefter)
- S Jairus Byrd said he won’t play until his plantar fasciitis injury is 100 percent. (ESPN.com)
- WR Marquise Goodwin is having hand surgery for a fracture and will be out indefinitely. (Chris Brown)
- CB Ron Brooks will undergo surgery and miss “some time.” (Bills)
- TE Rob Housler is expected to remain sidelined for the Cardinals Week 2 matchup against the Lions. (Darren Urban)
- TE Dwayne Allen mentioned that his previous injured hip came out of Sunday’s game fine. (Indianapolis Star)
- X-rays on Tony Romo’s ribs came back negative on Monday. (NFLTR)
- CB Morris Claiborne is expected to wear a harness to stabilize his dislocated shoulder. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
- WR Dwayne Harris has been playing as the team’s fourth receiver. (ESPN Dallas)
- CB Devin Smith announced that he signed with the Miami Dolphins today.
- WR Roddy White admitted that he is dealing with a high ankle sprain. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Giants will bring in veteran RBs Brandon Jacobs, Joe McKnight and Willis McGahee for workouts on Tuesday. (NFLTR)
- The Giants reportedly don’t believe seventh-round pick RB Michael Cox is ready to contribute. (New York Daily News)
- Giants waived DE Adewale Ojomo.
- QB Blaine Gabbert needed 15 stitches to close a cut on his throwing hand. (Florida Times Union)
- Rookie CB Dwayne Gratz was seen sporting a walking boot after Sunday’s game. (Florida Times Union)
- G Will Rackley left Sunday’s game due to a knee injury and did not return. (Florida Times Union)
- HC Rex Ryan confirmed that Geno Smith will start Thursday’s game against the Patriots.
- Jets re-signed QB Brady Quinn. (NFLTR)
- DT Ndamukong Suh is facing discipline from the NFL for diving at the knees of Vikings C John Sullivan. (ESPN.com)
- HC Jim Schwartz told reporters that WR Ryan Broyles is “ahead of schedule,” even though he didn’t play against in Week 1. (Tim Twentyman)
- HC Coach Ron Rivera mentioned that their passing game plan was too conservative. (Joe Person)
- G Amini Silatolu mentioned that G Garry Williams has a torn ACL and MCL. (Joe Person)
- RB Mike Tolbert saw a limited number of snaps in Week 1 because of his nagging hamstring issue. (Charlotte Observer)
- RB Shane Vereen will undergoing wrist surgery on Monday and is expected to miss “a few weeks.” (NFLTR)
- TE Zach Sudfeld pulled a hamstring in Sunday’s win over the Bills. (Ben Volin)
- OC Josh McDaniels told reporters that no decisions have been made regarding their starting running back for Thursday’s game against the Jets. (Boston Globe)
- Veteran TE Matthew Mulligan worked out for the Ravens on Monday. (Doug Kyed)
- Ravens re-signed WR Tandon Doss. (NFLTR)
- Ravens waived LB Robert James.
- CB Patrick Robinson’s foot injury isn’t believed to be serious. (Ian Rapoport)
- HC Pete Carroll mentioned the believe DE Cliff Avril has a “great chance” of playing against the 49ers. (John Boyle)
- Steelers have reached an agreement with former Titans C/G Fernando Velasco. (NFLTR)
- Steelers re-sign RB Jonathan Dwyer. (NFLTR)
- Steelers placed LB Larry Foote, C Maurkice Pouncey and RB La’Rod Stephens-Howling on injured reserve.
- Steelers signed K Shayne Graham.
- FS Ed Reed made the trip to San Diego with the Texans, but is expected to be inactive for Monday night’s game. (Ian Rapoport)
- HC Mike Munchak confirmed that RB Shonn Greene’s knee injury isn’t serious, and is hopeful he can play next week. (Jim Wyatt)
- LB Desmond Bishop didn’t play a single snap against the Lions. (Chip Scoggins)