Saints promoted RB Edwin Baker from the practice squad.
Baker will provide depth with Khiry Robinson and Pierre Thomas sidelined. The Saints waived TE Tom Crabtree.
Raiders placed S Usama Young (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
It's a procedural move after Young suffered tears to his ACL and MCL in Week 7. The Raiders will turn to Brandian Ross opposite Charles Woodson.
Bears WR Marquess Wilson (broken collarbone) is eligible to return from the injured reserve-designated for return list in Week 10.
After playing the Patriots on Sunday, the Bears have a bye in Week 9. Wilson will be eligible return in the following game. Chicago has been missing a third receiver from its 2014 offense with Santonio Holmes and Josh Morgan sharing the role. A 22-year-old with huge long-term upside, Wilson should be owned in all Dynasty leagues and is worth a look for 16-team re-draft leaguers as well.
Cardinals signed WR/KR Soloman Patton to the practice squad.
Patton opened the season as the Bucs' primary return man, but was waived earlier this week. He'll be stashed on Arizona's practice squad over former Jets fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders, who was released on Saturday.
Raiders placed OLB LaMarr Woodley (biceps) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Woodley appeared in all six games (five starts) prior to going down, grading out negatively as a pass rusher and against the run. It's another failed move by GM Reggie McKenzie, who signed Woodley to a two-year deal in March. The Raiders will move forward with Benson Mayowa. Woodley is a candidate for offseason release.
Bilal Powell (foot) is listed as probable for Week 8.
Powell practiced in full throughout the week. He'll be the Jets' No. 3 running back against the Bills.
Rams placed CB Brandon McGee (foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
McGee suffered a setback with his foot injury in practice this week and will be shut down. He played 26 defensive snaps and had four tackles in two games. McGee should be fully healthy for OTAs next season.
Seahawks placed FB Derrick Coleman (foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Coleman had surgery on Saturday and was expected to miss at least six weeks. The Seahawks will go with Robert Turbin at fullback against the Panthers, with WR Phil Bates promoted to replace Coleman on special teams.