The Cardinals are discussing a contract extension with OLB Chandler Jones.
Arizona sent New England a second-round pick (and since-released G/C Jonathan Cooper) in exchange for Jones, and isn't going to let him walk after one year in the desert. Jones has been an early-season animal for the Cardinals, piling up five sacks and two forced fumbles through seven starts. He's 26 years old.
Bears placed QB Brian Hoyer on injured reserve with a fractured forearm.
Early-Monday reports that Hoyer would only miss six weeks as opposed to eight were billed as good news, but Hoyer's placement on I.R. knocks him out for eight weeks anyway. We'd be shocked to see Hoyer play again this season.
Giants coach Ben McAdoo acknowledged Odell Beckham (hip) was "pretty sore" after Sunday's London game against the Rams.
McAdoo said Beckham played through pain in his hip and abdominal areas. The Giants now have a bye for OBJ to rest up. Beckham has an incredibly favorable schedule from Week 9 on and is someone to look into buying low where possible.
Browns coach Hue Jackson said Monday he is "not sure" if Corey Coleman (hand) will be able to practice this week.
This doesn't sound like a coach confident in his player returning. The Browns have nothing to gain by pushing Coleman to return, and will absolutely make sure he's 100 percent healthy before he plays in a football game again. Coleman's original timetable was 4-6 weeks. He suffered the injury almost exactly five weeks ago. The Browns' bye isn't until Week 13, so we would still fully expect to see Coleman before then.
Bears released RB Joique Bell.
It may be a sign that Jeremy Langford (ankle) is nearing his return.
Eagles claimed DL Taylor Hart off waivers from the 49ers.
Hart is a backup-caliber 3-4 defensive end who will likely serve as a rotational run-stopping defensive tackle in Eagles DC Jim Schwartz's 4-3 scheme.
49ers CB Rashard Robinson is week to week with an MCL sprain.
Adding injury to insult, Robinson got his lunch money stolen by Mike Evans before going down with the sprain on Sunday. He has no timetable for a return. Robinson also suffered a concussion in Week 6. Built like a stringbeanpole at 6-foot-2, 171, Robinson may not lack the build to hold up in the NFL.
ESPN Fantasy has granted Ty Montgomery position eligibility at running back.
"I think he's a running back now," Aaron Rodgers said after the Packers' Week 7 win over the Bears. Montgomery has also been moved to running back on FanDuel, and will be moved to running back on Rotoworld's depth chart as well. Although Montgomery primarily remains a pass catcher, he has spent most of his time in the backfield over the past two games. He is an asset in PPR leagues. Ultimately, Montgomery has more fantasy value in wide receiver slots.