Jaguars signed LB Jordan Tripp off the practice squad.
LB John Lotulelei (concussion) was waived/injured in a corresponding move. With Paul Posluszny (ankle) questionable, Tripp will provide insurance. Tripp played some snaps at middle linebacker last season with the Dolphins.
Ryan Shazier (shoulder) did not practice on Saturday.
He was listed as a full participant on Thursday and Friday, but Shazier did not sound like a player ready to return when he said, "I'm ready to go if I have to," earlier in the week. He will likely be listed as questionable on the final injury report, but he is unlikely to play.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said he wants to get WR Emmanuel Sanders "more involved."
Sanders is averaging over 10 targets a game this season, but he saw just six last week against the Vikings. With the running game not working and no real weapons at tight end, the Broncos need to lean on Sanders and Demaryius Thomas to find success on offense. The duo has combined for 59 percent of the Broncos' targets so far this season.
Packers WR Davante Adams (ankle) has been downgraded to doubtful for Week 5 against the Rams.
Adams was never expected to play after missing practice all week, but this all but confirms it. Ty Montgomery will serve as the No. 3 receiver. Morgan Burnett (calf) was also downgraded to doubtful.
Ravens signed WR Jeremy Ross off their practice squad.
DT Christo Bilukidi was waived in a corresponding move. Ross will operate as the Ravens' primary kick returner and will provide depth for the banged-up receiver corps.
Jaguars MLB Paul Posluszny (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 5 against the Bucs.
Posluszny did not practice all week with a high-ankle sprain. It would be very surprising if he played, but coach Gus Bradley suggested he will be a game-time decision. Posluszny has the fifth-most tackles in the league this season.
Packers S Sean Richardson has a herniated disk in his neck.
Richardson was able to practice on Wednesday, but he started experiencing neck pain on Thursday and was sent for an MRI. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports Richardson's season is over, and there is some concern his career is in jeopardy. Richardson suffered a herniated disk which required fusion surgery in 2012.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh had no update on TE Dennis Pitta's (hip) status.
Pitta is eligible to start practicing on October 19, but whether he will be healthy enough to participate remains a mystery. "He's been working really hard to get himself ready to play," Harbaugh said. "What form that takes when the time comes will be up to him and his family and the medical people involved. Those conversations are taking place and I'm looking forward to seeing what the decisions are just like everybody else." Pitta has played just seven games since 2012 because of two surgeries on his right hip. It would be surprising if Pitta plays a snap this season.