Browns claimed QB Joe Callahan off waivers from the Saints.
It gives Cleveland four quarterbacks on the 53 with Cody Kessler (concussion) and Josh McCown (shoulder) nursing injuries, and only Kevin Hogan currently healthy. The Browns' waiver claim of Callahan suggests Hogan will indeed start Sunday against the Jets while Kessler and McCown remain in recovery mode.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports Jets QB Bryce Petty is still not fully recovered from his preseason shoulder injury.
La Canfora says Petty is "likely at least a few weeks" away from being considered a candidate to start, but if Ryan Fitzpatrick "throws picks, it'll happen." Petty flashed some potential in August before suffering the injury. We would not expect to see Petty until the Jets are eliminated from the playoff race.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians insisted Monday that K Chandler Catanzaro has his "full support."
Catanzaro missed two field goals in Sunday night's tie with Seattle and is 8-of-11 on field goals this year. "Yes," said Arians about Cat-Man's job security.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis expects Tyler Eifert's (ankle) role to expand for Week 8.
Eifert was limited to 15 snaps in his 2016 debut, but avoided setbacks. With his snaps coming on money plays on third down and in the red zone, Eifert is already back on the TE1 radar.
Vikings SS Andrew Sendejo (ankle) is day to day.
Sendejo was limited to six snaps Sunday, and had to be carted to the locker room. We'd guess he'll probably miss Week 8. Jayron Kearse is the next man up.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians expects John Brown (leg) back for Week 8.
Brown is dealing with a unique leg issue related to his sickle cell trait. The Cardinals badly need him back with Jaron Brown (ACL) done for the season and Michael Floyd nursing a hamstring issue.
Michael Floyd suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's tie with the Seahawks, but is expected to be ready for Week 8.
Floyd tweaked his leg against Seattle, but remained in the game. His health has taken on increased importance with Jaron Brown (ACL) done for the year. Floyd has been woefully ineffective, but could still make a push for WR3 value in fantasy leagues.
Speaking Monday, Redskins coach Jay Gruden admitted Matt Jones could see his carries reduced because of his fumbling issues.
Gruden called Jones' butterfingers a "tough deal." Jones has officially put the ball on the ground three times this season, losing two. Unofficially, he's been a part of many more bad exchanges and close calls. Chris Thompson seems poised to see the biggest increase in workload, though Rob Kelley could also get another series or two per game. Jones has been running well this season, but he's a volatile, low-end RB2 because of his fumbling.