- Matt Forte mentioned that he played despite being less than 100 percent during Sunday’s win over the Cowboys. (ESPN Chicago)
- Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick has been cleared for practice after missing the first four weeks because of a knee injury. (Cincinnati Enquirer)
- Bengals re-signed TE Richard Quinn. (Joe Reedy)
- Bengals waived CB Chris Lewis-Harris. (Joe Reedy)
- HC Pat Shurmur seemed to suggest that rookie WR Josh Gordon could be in for an expanded role in the team’s offense. (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
- Bills G Kraig Urbik has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain and is expected to miss the team’s next two games. (ESPN.com)
- Buccaneers sign TE Nate Byham and release DE Jeff Charleston.
- The Cardinals benched CB William Gay during the second half and played Greg Toler instead. There’s a chance that Arizona could keep Toler in the starting lineup for Thursday’s matchup agaisnt the Rams. (Arizona Republic)
- HC Norv Turner mentioned that WR Vincent Brown is “right on schedule” in regards to his return from a fractured left ankle. (Michael Gehlken)
- Dolphins sign WR Jabar Gaffney.
- Dolphins release WR Legedu Naanee, DL Andre Fluellen and waived/injured LB Mike Rivera.
- Eagles LT King Dunlap is expected to return to practice on Wednesday. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Eagles waived LB Brian Rolle.
- Eagles re-signed LB Adrian Moten.
- Falcons CB Chris Owens has been medically cleared following a concussion that he sustained a few weeks ago. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Packers DE Mike Neal returns from his four-game suspension, but may not play this week because the team has a one-week roster exemption. (Green Bay Press-Gazette)
- Panthers WR Louis Murphy was sporting a walking boot on Monday. (Charlotte Observer)
- RB Jonathan Stewart finished Week 4’s game without any setbacks to his injured toe. (Charlotte Observer)
- Redskins have no plans to bring in kickers for workouts this week, despite Billy Cundiff missing 3 field goals. (Washington Post)
- WR Marques Colston‘s foot injury could end up bothering him for the rest of the season. (Sporting News)
- Percy Harvin mentioned that his issues with the team during training camp had to do with what position he was going to be playing each week. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)