- Bears released RB Harvey Unga from their practice squad.
- RB C.J. Spiller mentioned that will be active for Thursday’s game. (NFLTR)
- RB Fred Jackson mentioned that he expects to play Thursday night. (BuffaloBills.com)
- Brian Hoyer will be the Browns starter again on Thursday night. (NFLTR)
- Browns waived RB Montario Hardesty from injured reserve. (Jeff Schudel)
- QB Brandon Weeden has been medically cleared, but he will not start Week 5’s game.
- Browns claim RB Fozzy Whittaker off waivers from the Chargers. (Michael Gehlken)
- Browns waived WR Josh Cooper.
- ILB Daryl Washington will return from his four-game suspension this week.
- HC Mike McCoy confirmed that OLB Dwight Freeney does have a torn quadriceps and injured reserve with the designation to return is a possibility. (NFLTR)
- Rookie OLB Bjoern Werner is out 4-6 weeks with a torn plantar fascia. (Stephen Holder)
- WR LaVon Brazill will return from a four-game suspension.
- Colts sign FB Robert Hughes and waive WR Griff Whalen. (Craig Kelley)
- RB LeSean McCoy mentioned that he “couldn’t breathe” during the first half of Sunday’s game in Denver. (ESPN.com)
- The Falcons benched RT Lamar Holmes in favor of Jeremy Trueblood during Sunday night’s game. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- CB Dwayne Gratz is not expected to play Week 5 due to an ankle injury. (John Oesher)
- WR Mike Brown is expected to be out at least 1-2 more games. (Florida Times Union)
- WR Denard Robinson suffered a hamstring injury in Week 4. (Florida Times Union)
- Jaguars re-sign G Jacques McClendon and QB Ricky Stanzi.
- Jaguars released WR Jeremy Ebert and Tobais Palmer. (John Oehser)
- QB Mark Sanchez has reportedly decided to undergo surgery on his torn labrum, and should be sidelined 4-6 months. (NFLTR)
- HC Rex Ryan mentioned that benching rookie QB Geno Smith is “not a thought at this point.” (Brian Costello)
- WR Stephen Hill has been diagnosed with a concussion. (Rich Cimini)
- Jets are “showing interest” in free agent WR David Nelson. (NFLTR)
- RB Mike Goodson will return from his four-game suspension this week.
- CB Chris Houston suffered what’s being called a leg injury on Sunday. (Detroit Free Press)
- HC Jim Schwartz told reporters that CB Rashean Mathis did not suffer a concussion last week. (Tim Twentyman)
- RBs Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin both practiced Monday. (Rob Demovsky)
- TE Jermichael Finley missed practice on Monday.
- FS Morgan Burnett returned to practice Monday.
- RB James Starks missed Packers practice on Monday and appears to be out for Week 5.
- Packers signed RB Michael Hill to their active roster and WR Reggie Dunn to their practice squad.
- HC Ron Rivera mentioned that he’s unsure if RB Jonathan Stewart will be ready to return in Week 7. (Jonathan Jones)
- CB Josh Thomas has been medically cleared from the concussion suffered. (Joe Person)
- HC Bill Belichick mentioned that NT Vince Wilfork has a “serious injury,” and is unlikely to play again this season. (NFLTR)
- Former Patriots DT Richard Seymour mentioned that he’s not interested in signign with the Patriots. (Boston Herald)
- Patriots released rookie S Kanorris Davis.
- HC Dennis Allen was critical of QB Matt Flynn following Sunday’s loss. (CSN Bay Area)
- RB Darren McFadden‘s hamstring injury isn’t believed to be serious. (NFLTR)
- An MRI came back negative regarding Marcel Reece‘s hamstring injury, but there’s still no timetable for his return. (Vittorio Tafur)
- C Stefen Wisniewski suffered a sprained knee on Sunday. (Scott Bair)
- WR/KR Jacoby Jones will return to practice this week.
- DL Michael Bennett has been diagnosed with a strained muscle in his back. (Seattle Times)
- RT Breno Giacomini underwent a knee procedure on Monday. (John Boyle)
- QB Ben Roethlisberger says his finger injury in Week 4 is not serious. (ESPN.com)
- Rookie WR Markus Wheaton suffered a fractured pinkie finger on Sunday. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- Texans can get out of QB Matt Schaub‘s contract with a limited cap hit. (NFLTR)
- LB Brian Cushing sustained a concussion Week 4 against the Seahawks.
- Titans announced on Monday that QB Jake Locker will undergo another MRI. (NFLTR)
- IR with the designation to return remains a possibility for QB Jake Locker, as he could be back in 4-6 weeks. (NFLTR)
- WR Kenny Britt mentioned that he expects to be “full go” for Week 5. (Jim Wyatt)
- RB Shonn Greene mentioned that he’s hopeful he can return to practice this week. (Terry McCormick)
- TE Delanie Walker bruised his ribs during Sunday’s game. (Jim Wyatt)
- Titans will work out free agent QB David Carr on Tuesday. (NFLTR)