ESPN's Ed Werder reports Sean Lee (neck) will likely be active for Week 15 after testing revealed "no structural damage."
Per Werder, Lee is dealing with "soreness and stiffness," but "should" suit up against the Packers. It's a bullet dodged for the league's worst defense. Lee's status will be officially updated when the Cowboys return to practice on Wednesday.
Ravens placed WR Brandon Stokley on injured reserve with a concussion, ending his season.
RB Bernard Scott was re-signed in a corresponding roster move. Stokley has a long history of concussions, which is what prompted the quick I.R.-trigger just two days after he went down. Stokley's career has been left for dead before, but going on 38 with only 13 catches in six games this season, the longtime slot dynamo has to be near the end. Stokley has 397 lifetime catches.
Matthew Stafford has a 30.2 fourth-quarter quarterback rating over his past four starts, with the Lions going 1-3 in the process.
Stafford had an exceptionally poor fourth quarter in Sunday's snowy loss to the Eagles, and was nearly as bad in Week 11 against the Steelers. There's not a whole lot to read into it, however, as Stafford's season mark of 91.7 in the final period is his best for any quarter. He'll have to be on his game in the fourth quarter on Monday, where the Lions will likely be locked into a tight game with the Ravens.
A "source close" to Lamar Miller tells the Miami Herald his concussion isn't "too serious."
Miller got in some work in Tuesday's practice, though it's unclear how much. Either way, it's an excellent sign for his Week 15 prospects. The Dolphins will officially update Miller's status on Wednesday.
Dolphins placed CB R.J. Stanford on injured reserve with a broken leg, ending his season.
A reserve corner and special teamer, Stanford had played just 26 snaps on defense. An impending free agent, he should be healthy by OTAs.
Cardinals placed DB Tyrann Mathieu on injured reserve with a torn left ACL and LCL, ending his season.
S Curtis Taylor was promoted from the practice squad in a corresponding roster move. It's a bitterly disappointing end to what had been a revelatory rookie campaign from the third-round pick. Seeing time at both free safety and nickel back, Mathieu was a playmaking machine for the Cardinals, racking up 68 tackles, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a sack. He was playing essentially every down. Now the Honey Badger will likely miss the majority of next summer's training camp, and is highly questionable for Week 1. A pint-sized 5-foot-9, 186 pounds, Mathieu can't afford to lose any explosion.
Dolphins signed CB Justin Rogers.
Rogers will provide depth in the secondary after the Dolphins sent Dimitri Patterson and R.J. Stanford to injured reserve. Rogers should see most of his time on special teams, however.
Dolphins placed CB Dimitri Patterson (groin) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Patterson has been bothered by this groin issue since Week 1. He managed to gut out 19 tackles, four interceptions and six pass breakups in six games, but his latest setback proved too much to overcome. Due $5.3 million in 2014 base salary, the Dolphins should be moving on from Patterson.