- Packers DL Letroy Guion and Chiefs CB Sean Smith have been reinstated from suspension. Each team will have their roster exemption expire on Friday. (Howard Balzer)
- David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune believes that QB Jimmy Clausen “must” play well against the Raiders in Week 4 to “justify” him keeping a spot on the active roster.
- HC Bruce Arians said RB Chris Johnson will be kept in the “15-20” rushes per game range, as RB Andre Ellington is set to return from his PCL injury for Week 4. (Alex Marvez)
TE Andrew Quarless is expected to miss “at least” a month, after sustaining a knee injury in Monday’s game.
“Andrew was in there this morning,” said HC Mike McCarthy, via Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Just had a chance to visit with him. I know Dr. McKenzie (team physician) and him visited. He’ll definitely be challenged this week. He has a knee sprain. I don’t think he will make it this week.”
It is worth mentioning that one NFL Network report said Quarless suffered a sprained MCL and will miss four to six weeks.
- OC Marc Trestman said on Tuesday that starting TE Crockett Gillmore will “probably” miss Thursday’s game, due to a calf injury he sustained in Week 3. (Zac Jackson)