Rajion Neal RB GB 5 Days

Neal was among the nine players who were signed by the Packers on Tuesday, the team's official site reports.

Neal will try to earn a spot on the Packers' 53-man roster this summer as a depth running back for the team.

Aaron Rodgers QB GB 5 Days

Rodgers estimates that his calf injury should heal in about six weeks, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.

Of course, Rodgers -- who was hobbled by the injury during the Packers' recent playoff charge -- indicated that he would have continued to play through the issue had the team advanced to the Super Bowl. As it is, he'll now have plenty of time to recover fully, well before the Packers take the field again. Meanwhile, with Rodgers sitting out the upcoming Pro Bowl, Cincinnati's Andy Dalton will participate in the contest in his place.

Tyler Bray QB KC 5 Days

Bray is slated to undergo surgery in the next couple of days to repair a torn ACL, BJ Kissel of KCChiefs.com reports.

Bray's injury led to the Chiefs' signing of fellow QB Terrelle Pryor to provide the team with added depth at the position to go along with Alex Smith, Chase Daniel and Aaron Murray.

Ahmad Bradshaw RB IND 5 Days

Bradshaw -- who suffered a fractured fibula in Week 11 -- hopes to be able to resume working out soon, ESPN.com reports.

Per the report, Bradshaw -- whose leg had been in a cast -- is now sporting a walking boot. The veteran back -- who has been limited to a combined 13 games over the past two campaigns -- is slated to become a free agent this offseason, but he hopes to re-sign with the Colts.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 5 Days

Bryant won't play in the Pro Bowl this weekend due to a groin injury, Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com reports.

The decision is just precautionary, and the groin injury shouldn't be an issue for Bryant heading into the 2015 season.

Reggie Wayne WR IND 5 Days

Wayne told reporters following Sunday's loss to the Patriots that he will undergo offseason surgery to repair a torn triceps, CBS Sports reports. "I don't have a date set yet, but it's definitely on the calendar somewhere," Wayne said. "At the end of the year, I felt the best I felt all year. Felt really good, felt really good tonight."

Wayne got off to a strong start in 2014 but his numbers tailed off toward the middle of the season, and it was later revealed that he was playing through a torn triceps. The veteran missed only one game, finishing the season with 64 catches for 779 yards and two touchdowns. Wayne, who will be a free agent this offseason, said he has not yet decided whether or not he'll return for a 15th NFL season.

Nickell Robey DB BUF 5 Days

Robey finished the 2014 season, his second in the NFL, with 48 tackles, eight passes defensed, two fumble recoveries, and a sack. He played in all 16 games.

Not bad numbers for a guy who wasn't even drafted and saw a modest 58.9 percent of the defensive snaps. Unfortunately, it seems like Stephon Gilmore, Leodis McKelvin, and Corey Graham will all be around for another season, so even though Rex Ryan should be putting out a dangerous defense in 2015, Robey may be limited in just how much he sees the field. Injuries may be the one angle where he'd have IDP value.

Brandon LaFell WR NE 5 Days

LaFell (shoulder/toe) was on the field for 70-of-78 snaps on offense in Sunday's AFC Championship Game, ESPN.com reports.

In the process, LaFell caught four passes for 28 yards in the Patriots' 45-7 win over the Colts, a game featuring a heavy dose of power back LeGarrette Blount. LaFell is in line to continue to see plenty of snaps in Super Bowl XLIX, which could well result in more targets than the six he saw in Sunday's blowout win.

Jonas Gray RB NE 5 Days

Gray was on the field for 5-of-78 snaps on offense in Sunday's AFC Championship Game, ESPN.com reports.

Gray, who recorded four carries for four yards late in Sunday's 45-7 blowout win over the Colts, is clearly behind both LeGarrette Blount (42 snaps) and Shane Vereen (30 snaps) in the Patriots' RB pecking order in advance of Super Bowl XLIX.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 6 Days

Harris had 16 carries for 64 yards and one reception for 11 yards over 15 games in the 2014 season.

Harris' primary role in 2014 was returning kicks, but he did not run with the opportunity, and lost the job late in the year. He brought a different style to the table than either Eddie Lacy or James Starks, but he will likely need to earn his way onto the Packers' 2015 roster.