Browns signed RB Edwin Baker.
Baker was on the Texans' practice squad. The No. 250 overall pick of the 2012 draft, Baker has yet to notch an NFL carry. Despite the sorry state of Cleveland's running back corps, that's unlikely to change.
Browns waived QB Caleb Hanie.
It's a sign Brandon Weeden (concussion) will get cleared to back up Jason Campbell for Week 15. Hanie spent only one week on the Browns' active roster.
Redskins promoted RB Jawan Jamison from the practice squad.
The Redskins needed a running back after Evan Royster was sent to injured reserve with an ankle injury. A seventh-round pick in April's draft, Jamison was released at final cuts after an unimpressive training camp. He's unlikely to get any run in the season's final three games.
Bengals waived FB Chris Pressley.
Pressley was stashed away on the reserve/PUP list with a knee injury. Pressley went down last Week 15, and still wasn't healthy for the start of training camp. Pressley has 43 games of NFL experience.
49ers signed OG Ryan Seymour.
A seventh-round pick in April's draft, Seymour was signed off the Seahawks' practice squad. Seattle and San Francisco love to steal players from each other. Seymour will provide interior line depth. Whether he's active for Week 15 will depend on LG Mike Iupati's (knee) status.
49ers placed DE Tank Carradine on injured reserve, ending his season.
A year removed from tearing his ACL at Florida State, Carradine was activated off the reserve/NFI list in October, but had yet to be active. The No. 40 overall pick of April's draft, Carradine wasn't selected with contributing in 2013 in mind. It's unclear where his knee is at, but in theory, Carradine should be a full participant in the 49ers' offseason program. He'll likely begin 2014 as a situational pass rusher.
The Washington Post reports Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has no plans to interfere with the team's Week 15 quarterback decision.
It's been widely speculated that coach Mike Shanahan's bizarre Monday soliloquy about benching Robert Griffin III for Weeks 15-17 to preserve his health was a power play aimed at getting Snyder to intervene, either via overruling Shanahan or firing him. The owner isn't taking the bait. Practically begging to be fired, Shanny will now have to look for another way to ruffle his boss' feathers. He's supposedly going to announce his quarterback decision on Wednesday. The situation in Washington is deteriorating into a pathetic melodrama.
Keenan Allen (shoulder) participated in Chargers practice for the second straight day Tuesday.
He'll likely be listed as "full," as he was on Monday. Allen is in no danger of missing Thursday's game against the Broncos, where he'll be a high-end WR2.