|Steelers to bring back Harrison
After losing a pair of starting linebackers to injuries in their last game, the Pittsburgh Steelers are set to bring back a familiar face.
|Marshall, Jeffrey active for Bears; Decker up for Jets
The Chicago Bears will have wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery available for Monday night's matchup with the New York Jets.
|Lions sign K Henery, release Freese
The Detroit Lions signed kicker Alex Henery and released rookie kicker Nate Freese on Monday.
|NFL Inactives - Monday, September 22, 2014
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The following is a list of inactive players for tonight's game.
|Ravens lose Pitta for season
For a second straight year, Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta has had his season cut short by a dislocated right hip.
|Broken fibula ends season for Chargers' Woodhead
San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy announced Monday that running back Danny Woodhead will miss the rest of the season with a broken fibula.
|Redskins place Hall on IR
The Washington Redskins placed cornerback DeAngelo Hall and safety Duke Ihenacho on injured reserve Monday.
|Titans' Locker has right wrist injury
Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt revealed during his Monday press conference that starting quarterback Jake Locker hurt his right wrist during Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
|Eagles' Kelce headed for surgery
The Philadelphia Eagles' injury-riddled offensive line will have to make do without another key member for an extended period, as head coach Chip Kelly announced Monday that center Jason Kelce will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia.
|Ravens owner takes on Rice inquiries
Owings Mills, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti still stands by his stance that no one in the organization saw the now infamous tape of Ray Rice knocking out his now-wife, Janay Palmer, in an Atlantic City casino elevator in February.