QBrandon Marshall LB DEN (11) 7 hours ago
Marshall has been ruled day-to-day with a hamstring injury, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
Marshall suffered the injury in Monday night's win over the Texans. Look for more updates on the linebacker's status to emerge later in the week. If he is ultimately ruled out, expect Corey Nelson to pick up the start.
QDelanie Walker TE TEN (13) 7 hours ago
Walker (chest) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice.
Merely dealing with a bruised chest, Walker didn't appear to be in any jeopardy of missing Thursday's game against the Jaguars even after he was listed as a non-participant on Monday's practice estimation. His ability to log a full practice Tuesday confirms the sentiment while setting him for his usual workload as the Titans' only reliable receiving option.
Vic Beasley LB ATL (11) 7 hours ago
Beasley recorded a pair of sacks, a forced fumble and three tackles Sunday against the Chargers.
Beasley has now posted a pair of monster games over the last three weeks, and he now has 6.5 sacks on the season to go along with three forced fumbles. The second-year linebacker appears to be on his way to a breakout after an underwhelming rookie season. Based on his upside alone, he's a player who should be considered a valuable IDP asset.
Pierre Desir DB SD (11) 7 hours ago
Desir resigned with the Chargers on Tuesday, Eric Williams of ESPN.com reports.
After moving Caraun Reid (knee) to injured reserve Tuesday, the Chargers decided to bolster their secondary by bringing back the 26-year-old cornerback. Desir's stint of unemployment was short-lived, as he was released by the Chargers on Saturday. Expect him to resume his role as a reserve cornerback.
D'Qwell Jackson LB IND (10) 7 hours ago
Jackson had nine tackles Sunday against the Titans.
Jackson's now registered nine tackles in two of his last three matchups, and he's averaging 7.5 stops over his last four contests. The veteran has posted at least 140 tackles in four of his last five seasons, and although he's far off that pace through seven games this year, he's certainly someone who can string together a number of double-digit tackle games before the year ends.
IRCaraun Reid DL SD (11) 7 hours ago
Reid (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Eric Williams of ESPN.com reports.
The news comes as no surprise after the defensive tackle tore his ACL in Sunday's win over the Falcons. Expect Damion Square and Tenny Palepoi to see an increased workload with Reid out the remainder of the season. The Chargers also signed cornerback Pierre Desir to take over Reid's roster spot.
QJared Odrick DL JAC (5) 7 hours ago
Odrick (quadriceps) did not practice Tuesday.
The Jaguars are dealing with a quick turnaround this week, as they head to Tennessee for Thursday night matchup with the Titans. Giving the shortened week, the defensive tackle's status is in serious question. Look for more updates to come in the next couple of days, with Tyson Alualu likely to see expanded reps if Odrick continues to miss time.
OUTA.J. Derby TE NE (9) 7 hours ago
Derby was traded from the Patriots to the Broncos on Tuesday in exchange for a 2017 fifth-round draft pick, Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post reports.
A former college quarterback and 2015 sixth-round selection, Derby has logged 35 offensive snaps in four career games, failing to draw a target. The fifth-round pick may seem like a lot to surrender, but the Broncos have a bunch of compensatory selections headed in their direction, and they probably won't have room to keep a lot of rookies next season on a roster that's already littered with talent. Derby is unlikely to have a key role any time soon, but he'll have time to prove that he could be a part of the team's future.
Brock Osweiler QB HOU (9) 7 hours ago
Head coach Bill O'Brien said Tuesday he hasn't considered benching Osweiler, ESPN.com's Sarah Barshop reports.
Osweiler bought himself some time when he directed an unlikely late comeback in Week 6 against the Colts. Of course, the phenomenal rally was quickly forgotten after he returned to the hideous form he's displayed most of the season in Monday's ugly 27-9 loss in Denver. The Texans will ultimately have little choice but to consider a change if Osweiler doesn't improve, though the team's other options -- Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden -- don't exactly inspire confidence. Osweiler likely still has a multi-week leash as the team prepares for a Week 8 contest against the Lions.
Keanu Neal DB ATL (11) 7 hours ago
Neal registered nine tackles Sunday against the Chargers.
Neal continued his outstanding rookie season by recording at least eight tackles for the fourth straight contest. In addition, he's forced a pair of fumbles and defended two passes on the season, making him an excellent IDP option at the defensive back position.