After being placed on Waivers back at the beginning of October by the Detroit Lions, DE Wallace Gilberry was eventually released. On Tuesday, he was one of several players that showed up; to workout for the Seattle Seahawks who have been dealing with some injuries along the defensive line.
During the Titan's loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Tennessee C Quinton Spain was carted off of the field and did not return. Spain, who suffered a knee injury, was evaluated, and is expected to miss between three or four weeks. In his absence, he will be replaced by C Brian Schwenke.
Sunday night's matchup against the Cardinals marked the second missed game for Seattle Seahawks DT Quinton Jefferson. Jefferson who has been battling a knee injury, underwent tests to see the severity of his injuries, and on Tuesday was placed on the teams injured reserve. To replace him on the active roster, the Seahawks signed Malliciah Goodman.
On Tuesday, as the Seattle Seahawks lament their 6-6 tie to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night, they have decided to make some roster moves. One of those moves was to release RB Zac Brooks. Brooks made some minor contributions in the preseason, and in training camp, but was battling to stay ultimately healthy. AS the fourth back on the depth chart, he will now have to take his talents as organizational depth elsewhere.
While making a play on the ball in the fourth quarter of Monday Night football, Denver Broncos' inside linebacker Brandon Marshall went down with an injury. He needed to leave the game early, and on Tuesday was in the process of being evaluated by team medical staff. Coach Gary Kubiak said that he will be receiving more evaluations lter, but for now is listed with a hamstring injury, and is considered day to day.
On Tuesday, the Atlanta Falcons made some necessary moves to their roster. WE knew they were going to need to add a RB or two, with Tevin Coleman going down and likely missing two to three weeks. That's exactly what they did, as they add Jhurrell Pressley to the practice squad, and Steven Ridley, and Terron Ward to the active roster. In order to make room for them, the Falcons opted to release C Mike Person, and LB A.J. Hawk.
With the Falcons adding to the other side of the ball on Tuesday, someone had to be cut lose. Hawk is clearly at the end of his career and hasn't really contributed to Atlanta's defense to this point, so hence the reason for the move. He can be re-signed by the Falcons later but could also sign with any team that wants him.
Ward makes the second running back added to the mix in Atlanta on Tuesday, following the addition of Stevan Ridley as well. Tevin Coleman is likely out for Week 8 with a hamstring injury suffered in Week 7 and Atlanta is simply trying to add depth behind Devonta Freeman in the meantime.