The NFL fined Bart Scott and three other Baltimore Ravens yesterday for arguing with game officials and complaining about calls in Monday night's game against the New England Patriots.
Scott, who argued with officials and tossed a penalty flag into the stands, was fined $25,000. Cornerbacks Chris McAlister and Samari Rolle and wide receiver Derrick Mason each were fined $15,000 for critical remarks made after the game.
Kevin Everett is walking on his own at a Houston rehabilitation center, the latest significant progress by the Buffalo Bills tight end in his remarkable recovery from a serious spinal-cord injury, the Associated Press reported.
The team had no update on Rex Grossman's condition. The quarterback left the field in a golf cart during Thursday night's loss to Washington. But the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times reported on their Web sites that he has a sprained knee ligament and will need about a month to recover.
An MRI exam on quarterback Jason Campbell's dislocated kneecap revealed that the injury probably will not require surgery, Washington coach Joe Gibbs said. The normal recovery time is about four weeks.
Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery was listed as doubtful for New York's game against Cleveland with an injured right index finger.
Reggie Bush has a partially torn left-knee ligament that likely will not require surgery, but could sideline him for Monday night's game at Atlanta and possibly for the rest of the season, the AP reported.
Jacksonville activated defensive tackle Marcus Stroud, the final step in his return from a four-game suspension for violating the league's steroids and related-substances policy.
The NFL fined Denver coach Mike Shanahan $25,000 for his comments about running back Travis Henry's appeal of a one-year drug suspension.
Safety Troy Polamalu is likely to miss Pittsburgh's game at unbeaten New England because of a sprained right knee.
Quarterback Marc Bulger had a setback in his recovery from a concussion, meaning third-stringer Brock Berlin, who has never attempted a pass in a regular-season game, will start at Cincinnati.
Regular backup Gus Frerotte will be the emergency quarterback for St. Louis. Frerotte partially tore cartilage in his right (throwing) shoulder on Sunday.
Tennessee safety Chris Hope is out for the season after tests confirmed a spinal-cord injury will require rest and possibly surgery but is not expected to be career-ending, coach Jeff Fisher said.
Houston placed Ahman Green on injured reserve with a left-knee injury, ending the running back's season.
Minnesota placed defensive end Erasmus James on injured reserve and said he will need surgery to repair a ligament in his left knee.