Titans FS Rashad Johnson has been diagnosed with a sprained neck.
His status is unclear. The 30-yard veteran has started all seven games, playing 313 (ineffective) snaps.
Packers placed DB Chris Banjo on injured reserve.
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports Banjo will be healthy in 3-4 weeks, but the Pack need the roster spot. Banjo had played only two snaps on defense. He'll eventually be cut loose with an injury settlement.
Titans LG Quinton Spain will miss 3-4 weeks with a hyperextended knee and bone bruise.
It's actually good news after Spain was carted off against the Colts. Brian Schwenke or Dennis Kelly will fill in during Spain's absence. Schwenke should get the first shot.
Titans WR Tajae Sharpe suffered a sprained knee in Sunday's loss to the Colts.
The extent of the damage is unclear. Sharpe played 61-of-74 snaps on Sunday. The Titans are probably waiting for more test results.
Delanie Walker suffered a bruised chest in Sunday's loss to the Colts.
That was the extent of coach Mike Mularkey's update on Monday. It doesn't sound like an issue that will affect Walker's Week 8 availability, though the Titans are playing in the Thursday night game. Owners will need to double-check Walker's status.
Ladarius Green (ankle, PUP) hopes to practice during the Steelers' Week 8 bye.
Green planned to speak with coach Mike Tomlin on Monday. It's welcome news after Green said five days ago he had "no timetable" for a return to the practice field. Beset by a wave of injuries and suspensions in their pass catcher corps, the Steelers could really use Green's play-making ability.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Cody Kessler (concussion) is "holding out hope" he gets cleared for Week 8.
Kessler has been reasonably effective under center, but also fairly brittle. Coach Hue Jackson said Monday that Josh McCown (shoulder) "has a chance" to return against the Jets. Fifth-rounder Kevin Hogan will get the start if neither player can go.
Dolphins DC Vance Joseph believes Mario Williams has begun to play better because he's trying harder.
Playing in a "revenge game" against his former team Buffalo on Sunday, Williams had one of his best efforts of the season. He's looked improved since Joseph publicly called out his effort 11 days ago. "Once he played harder he obviously is going to play better," Joseph said. Although he's now 31, Williams still has more than enough juice left to make an impact if he wants to.