- Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner (heel) and receiver Rondale Moore (ankle) are inactive against Dallas.
- Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow left his team's win over the Chiefs late in the fourth quarter with an apparent right knee injury. Burrow said after the game he merely aggravated a previous injury and his knee feels "good enough." Coach Zac Taylor similarly downplayed the injury, saying Burrow got "twisted up." Guard Quinton Spain (ankle) was ruled out against Kansas City.
- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup, who was ruled out of Sunday's loss against the Cardinals with a knee injury, is likely out for the season with what Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters was a torn ACL. Gallup will have an MRI on Monday to confirm.
- Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Orlando Brown suffered a calf injury ahead of the game and did not play. Brown underwent an MRI on his calf, and it was determined his injury was minor, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Tackle Lucas Niang was carted off in the first quarter with a knee injury and quickly ruled out. Head coach Andy Reid told reporters that Niang suffered a torn patellar tendon.
- The Green Bay Packers placed cornerback Jaire Alexander on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
- Los Angeles Chargers center Corey Linsley injured his back against Denver..
- New England Patriots running back Damien Harris injured his hamstring.
- The New Orleans Saints downgraded center Erik McCoy (illness) and safety Marcus Williams (illness) to out ahead of their game against the Panthers. Saints safety P.J. Williams suffered an ankle injury in the second half of Sunday's game.
- New York Jets running back Michael Carter was ruled out with a concussion. Left tackle George Fant suffered a knee injury, while tight end Dan Brown injured his hip.
- Seattle Seahawks pass rusher Carlos Dunlap suffered an ankle injury in the second half against Detroit.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Ronald Jones suffered an ankle injury against the Jets.
- Tennessee Titans tight end MyCole Pruitt suffered an ankle injury against Miami and was quickly ruled out. He was carted off the field with his leg in an air cast.
- Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was carted off on a backboard against Philadelphia and quickly ruled out with a neck injury. Tackle Charles Leno Jr. suffered a knee injury.
Jets owner Woody Johnson 'not the patient sort,' but says team remains 'optimistic' about Rodgers move
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Niners CEO Jed York 'wouldn't change anything' about drafting QB Trey Lance: 'It's not his fault'
Since being drafted No. 3 overall in 2021, Trey Lance has barely played under center for the 49ers. Despite the QB's limited action, San Francisco CEO Jed York said Tuesday he doesn't regret the move to draft Lance.
Saints coach Dennis Allen: WR Michael Thomas 'not 100 percent,' but making progress
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Titans GM Ran Carthon rejects 'erroneous' Derrick Henry trade rumors: 'We're in a good place'
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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson defends himself against critics of injuries
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Ex-Ravens DE Calais Campbell intends to sign one-year deal with Falcons
Atlanta continues to retool on both sides of the ball. The Falcons intend to sign free-agent defensive end Calais Campbell on a one-year deal.
Roger Goodell addresses possibility of flexing TNF games, Commanders sale at Annual League Meeting
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NFL owners reject proposal to make roughing the passer penalties reviewable
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NFL owners approve proposal to allow players to wear No. 0
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Rams HC Sean McVay says QB Matthew Stafford will be 'ready to roll' in 2023 offseason
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Matt LaFleur: We should 'temper our expectations' for Jordan Love in first year as Packers' starting QB
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