The Rams are awaiting test results on RG Rodger Saffold's right shoulder.
Saffold has a history of shoulder issues. They cost him his free agent deal with the Raiders in 2013. Garrett Reynolds is the next man up at right guard if Saffold can't go after St. Louis' Week 6 bye.
Panthers DE Jared Allen (pinched nerve) says he's "just trying to get feeling back in my foot."
Allen missed Tuesday's practice, but maintains he'll be "ready to rock" for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Allen played 35-of-79 snaps in his Panthers debut in Week 4. He'll be a situational pass rusher if he's active in Seattle.
Dolphins waived RB Raheem Mostert.
The preseason star had been active just once since signing in Week 2. He'll reportedly be stashed back on the practice squad if he clears waivers.
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports Tyrod Taylor could miss "multiple games" with a sprained MCL, and that the Bills are preparing for E.J. Manuel to start against the Bengals.
Per La Canfora, Taylor suffered the injury on a horse-collar tackle in Sunday's win. It's a bit out of left field, but La Canfora's report seems firm. Coach Rex Ryan said Taylor was "beat up" on Monday, but gave little indication he could miss Week 6. Taylor missed only one snap against the Titans. We wouldn't consider Taylor's Sunday absence a guarantee just yet, but owners obviously need to start making other plans.
Russell Wilson is on pace to take just over 70 sacks this season.
Only two quarterbacks in NFL history -- David Carr in 2002 and Randall Cunningham in 1986 -- have taken more than 70 sacks in a season. Wilson's play style always puts him near the top of the sacks taken category, but the Seahawks' offensive line play this season has been atrocious. The Max Unger trade does not look good through five weeks.
Drew Brees is on pace to take 53 sacks this season.
That sack total would easily eclipse Brees' previous high of 37 set in 2013, and that came over a full 16 games. Brees has been under siege this season, and getting him protected has to be coach Sean Payton's No. 1 priority. Getting LT Terron Armstead (knee) back would be a good first step.
Vikings CB Josh Robinson (PUP, pectoral) said he will be ready to resume practicing when eligible next week.
Robinson hopes he will be able to play Week 7 against Detroit. Robinson has been sidelined since tearing his pectoral muscle in the spring.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim said "it's hard to imagine" Jordan Reed (concussion) will be back in the next two weeks.
Reed has a scary history with concussions and was forced to injured reserve with a head injury in 2013. He could be out for quite some time. Derek Carrier will continue to start at tight end while Reed is sidelined.