Seahawks signed CB Perrish Cox.
Cox was on Seattle's roster for one day two weeks ago. He's coming back to serve as depth and take the roster spot of S Jerron Johnson, who was placed on I.R.
Champ Bailey (foot) is listed as questionable for Thursday night's Week 15 against the Chargers.
Bailey will be a game-time decision. He's missed five of Denver's last six games due to injury, but will attempt to return Thursday after practicing on a limited basis this week.
Darren McFadden (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.
McFadden remains week to week with his ankle injury and is unlikely to return for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Marcel Reece will back up Rashad Jennings in his absence.
Delanie Walker (concussion) returned to practice Wednesday.
Walker sat out practice each day last week before being inactive against the Broncos. He's on track to suit up in a dream matchup against the Cardinals. In Weeks 10-12, Walker averaged 6.3 catches for 66.3 yards and scored two touchdowns. With popgun-armed Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm for Tennessee, Walker should draw plenty of targets in the short-to-intermediate passing game. Walker will be on the TE1 radar and is a nice option for Rob Gronkowski owners.
Rashad Jennings (concussion) is practicing Wednesday.
Jennings has passed his concussion test and should practice in full this week. He'll be a mid-to-low RB2 for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. With Darren McFadden (ankle) sidelined, Marcel Reece will likely handle backup duties.
Wes Welker (concussion) has officially been ruled out for Thursday night's Week 15 game against the Chargers.
FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported early Wednesday that Welker was not expected to play, and the Broncos made it official this afternoon. Jacob Tamme will handle slot duties. Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker will dominate targets on the outside, while Tamme and Julius Thomas work between the numbers. Tamme wouldn't be a bad plug-and-play for owners desperate for tight end help.
Denarius Moore (shoulder) returned to practice Wednesday.
Moore has missed the last three games with a shoulder injury, but is now on track to return this week. He won't be more than a WR4 if active in Week 15 against the Chiefs.
Falcons CB Asante Samuel said he doesn't know if he'll be back with the team in 2014.
"We'll see how it goes," Samuel said. "I don't know." Samuel will turn 33 next month and carries a $5.125 million cap number in 2014, the final year of his contract. Rookie Robert Alford is expected to get the majority of the snaps at left corner opposite Desmond Trufant over the final three weeks for the 3-10 Falcons, who are in full-blown evaluation mode. Pro Football Focus has graded Samuel out as its No. 58 cover corner out of 111 qualifiers this season.