- Broncos second-round pick Derek Wolfe has won the starting left defensive end job. (ESPN.com)
- Brandon Jackson appears to be a “serious threat” to Montario Hardesty for the team’s backup RB position. (Akron Beacon-Journal)
- Ben Watson mentioned that he will play this week. (Nate Ulrich)
- Cardinals signed former Cowboys OT Pat McQuistan. (Jason La Canfora)
- Cardinals released QB Richard Bartel with an injury settlement.
- Chargers RB Ryan Mathews returned to practice on Monday, but is unlikely to play this week. (Michael Gehlken)
- Austin Collie returned to practice on Monday and is expected to play this weekend. (Mike Chappel)
- The Colts are hoping that RB Delone Carter will be able return to practice sometime this week. (Indianapolis Star)
- Miles Austin has practiced three days in a row and looks like a go for Wednesday’s game. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
- Dez Bryant has also practice in full this week. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
- The Dolphins brought in free agent WR Jabar Gaffney for a work out on Monday. (Miami Herald)
- The Dolphins brought in free agent CB Dominique Franks for a visit. (Aaron Wilson)
- Dustin Keller is on track to play against the Bills this week.
- The Jets could be without NT Sione Pouha for Week 1, as he still dealing with a lower back issue. (Manish Mehta)
- Shane Vereen practice on Monday because of a foot injury that he is dealing with. (Christopher Price)
- Raiders waived CB Demarcus Van Dyke. (NFLTR)
- The Raiders signed former Eagles CB Joselio Hanson. (Adam Caplan)
- Denarius Moore didn’t practice on Monday because of a hamstring injury.
- Redskins placed RB Tristan Davis and FB Dorson Boyce on season-ending injured reserve.
- Saints WR Nick Toon will likely undergo foot surgery at some point, now that his season is over. (Mike Triplett)
- Saints WR Adrian Arrington returned to practice on Monday. (Larry Holder)
- Braylon Edwards is currently behind Golden Tate on the team’s depth chart. (Tacoma News Tribune)
- Seahawks rookie RB Robert Turbin is expected to be a “significant part of the game plan” this week. (Tacoma News Tribune)
- The Steelers have RB Chris Rainey listed as the first-team punt and kick returner on their official depth chart. (Mark Kaboly)