Bills RCB Stephon Gilmore (shoulder) is expected to be ready for Week 1.
Gilmore tweaked his shoulder in Saturday's preseason game. The No. 10 overall pick of the 2012 draft is expected to play some shadow coverage for coach Rex Ryan this season.
Sammy Watkins (glute) has resumed practicing.
Watkins will be ready to go in 13 days against the Colts. Watkins is an explosive playmaker, but for now is only on the WR2 fringes.
The Bills have confirmed Tyrod Taylor will be their starting quarterback.
"It all comes down to the explosiveness Tyrod brings to us," were the words of coach Rex Ryan. Taylor is certainly explosive, but has lacked passing finesse going back to his days at Virginia Tech. He'll be someone the Bills try to hide, hoping for rushing yards and big plays. Taylor's legs put him on the QB2 radar, and leave him as an intriguing early-season possibility in daily leagues.
Cardinals waived CB Shaquille Richardson, LB Glenn Carson, OG Nate Isles, LB Edwin Jackson, LB Andrae Kirk, TE Gannon Sinclair, CB Darren Woodard and WR Ryan Spadola.
A 2014 fifth-round pick of the Steelers, Richardson has now been cut loose from three teams. His 2015 prospects are grim considering he couldn't even make it to final cuts.
Cardinals released ILB Lorenzo Alexander.
Alexander appeared in all 16 games last season, but was greatly diminished after suffering a Lisfranc injury in 2013. Now 32, it could be a while before Alexander gets a shot elsewhere. It's possible he's played his final down.
Cardinals released P Dave Zastudil.
Drew Butler will be the Cards' starter this season. Zastudil has been the Cards' punter since 2011, but was limited to two games by a groin injury last season. Going on 37, Zastudil has been punting since 2002.
Cowboys waived WR Phil Bates, CB Robert Steeples, DT Carlif Taylor, P Tom Hornsey and LS Casey Kreiter.
Bates made one appearance for the Seahawks last season. Going on 26, the former undrafted free agent is running out of NFL chances.
Emmanuel Sanders (hamstring) has resumed practicing.
Sanders didn't appear to be full go on Monday, but he's fully on track for the opener. Last year's WR7 will begin the year as a mid-range WR2 as the Broncos feel out new coach Gary Kubiak's system.