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- RB Cordarrelle Patterson (knee) has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the next four games at least.
- RB Caleb Huntley promoted to 53-man roster.
- QB Colt McCoy designated to return from injured reserve
- WR Antoine Wesley designated to return from injured reserve
- CB Antonio Hamilton designated to return from injured reserve
- OL Will Hernandez won't be suspended after being ejected for making contact with an official in Sunday's game against Carolina, but the incident will be reviewed for a possible fine, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
- RB Gus Edwards will start practicing and will start the clock on him coming off the PUP list, coach John Harbaugh said Monday.
- WR Rashod Bateman is dealing with a foot injury and is considered day to day, per Harbaugh.
- CB Jimmy Smith, 34, will officially retire as a Raven on Monday after playing 11 seasons in Baltimore, the team announced.
- WR Jamison Crowder is out indefinitely due to a broken ankle he suffered in Sunday's win over the Ravens, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Bills HC Sean McDermott told reporters Crowder is likely headed to IR.
- WR Isaiah McKenzie is in the concussion protocol.
- K Michael Badgley (practice squad) has been released.
- TE Drew Sample (knee) placed on injured reserve
- DE Sam Kamara is signing with the team's practice squad, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported per Kamara's agent.
- G Drew Forbes off waivers
- S Richard LeCounte III waived
- RB Latavius Murray, a 2015 Pro Bowler, is being signed off the New Orleans Saints practice squad, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
- QB Russell Wilson "dinged up" his shoulder in Sunday's game versus the Raiders and is sore Monday, per head coach Nathaniel Hackett. Hackett added that the expectation is that Wilson will play this Thursday against the Colts.
- RB Javonte Williams will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL suffered Sunday versus the Raiders, Pelissero reported. Williams also tore his LCL and posterolateral corner (PLC), per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
- RB Melvin Gordon (neck) limited
- OLB Randy Gregory will undergo arthroscopic surgery to trim the meniscus in his injured knee, Pelissero reported.
- RB Jonathan Taylor (ankle) will continue to be monitored after initial scans came back clean, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Taylor's availability for Thursday night versus the Broncos is yet to be determined given the quick turnaround.
- DE Tyquan Lewis (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday night, coach Frank Reich announced Monday.
- DT DeForest Buckner (elbow) is day-to-day leading up to Thursday, per Reich. The Colts coach added that Buckner, who was questionable going into Sunday, was on a pitch count and primarily in on third downs.
- LB Shaquille Leonard (concussion) has also been ruled out for Thursday night by Reich. Leonard exited Sunday's loss to the Titans in the first quarter.
- RB Jerrion Ealy has been suspended for the next six games, per the wire.
- WR Marcus Kemp (practice squad)
- C Coleman Shelton was ruled out with an ankle injury in the first half of Monday's game against the 49ers.
- RB Malcolm Brown (from practice squad)
- T Chandler Brewer (from practice squad)
- QB Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) was ruled out for Week 5 versus the Jets.
- QB Reid Sinnett (practice squad)
- S Lewis Cine (compound fracture to lower leg) will remain in London following his surgery on Tuesday to continue his initial recovery process before returning to Minnesota, the team announced.
- LB Jamie Collins (practice squad). NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport adds that Collins will get elevated to the active roster quickly. A second-round pick by New England in 2013, this will be Collins' fifth stint with the Patriots.
- QB Daniel Jones is considered day-to-day after suffering an ankle injury Sunday against Chicago, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Rapoport added that Jones will continue to undergo tests but there is optimism that he can play in Week 5.
- WR Kenny Golladay (knee) "doesn't look promising" to play in London versus the Packers, per head coach Brian Daboll.
- OT Evan Neal (neck) should be fine for the team's game in London, per Daboll.
- LB A.J. Klein (practice squad)
- S Landon Collins, per Rapoport.
- RT Max Mitchell dislocated his knee in Sunday's win over the Steelers but the injury won't end the rookie's season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source.
- G Tyrese Robinson (practice squad)
- QB Kenny Pickett is expected to replace QB Mitchell Trubisky as the team's starting quarterback, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
- WR Willie Snead signed to active roster from practice squad.
- LB Azeez Al-Shaair placed on injured reserve.
- OL Colton McKivitz (knee) was ruled out in the third quarter against the Rams. McKivitz was starting in place of the injured Trent Williams. Following the game, head coach Kyle Shanahan said he was uncertain how serious McKivitz' injury was but that it looked like it could be an MCL injury.
- DL Arik Armstead (foot) was ruled out in the fourth quarter against the Rams.
- CB Carlton Davis (stinger) is "OK" after exiting Sunday night's game, per head coach Todd Bowles.
- DB Logan Ryan is being evaluated for a foot injury, per Bowles. Ryan exited Sunday night's game due to the injury.
- WR Treylon Burks is dealing with turf toe and will miss multiple weeks, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported Monday. The rookie won't need surgery and should be back this season, but he could land on injured reserve.
- RB Brian Robinson will be activated off the non-football injury list, coach Ron Rivera told reporters. Rivera added he is "optimistic" Robinson can play Sunday against Tennessee. The rookie has been recovering from two gunshot wounds suffered in late August.
- WR Jahan Dotson's hamstring injury could "keep him out a week or two," coach Ron Rivera said Monday.