Dobson was not seeing any action as a member of the Lions prior to his release. He could potentially provide some depth for the Cardinals with John Brown and Michael Floyd both questionable at the present time. He is probably not worth adding off the wire for Week 8 and Arizona has a bye coming up in Week 9 as well, further limiting his fantasy utility.
Irving was released by the Colts earlier this season, and has suffered a wrist injury and an ACL tear over the past couple of seasons. He could provide some depth at inside linebacker, where the Jets are beat up presently. He would provide a stopgap option for the short term.
Washington has been a productive WR3 the past few years, despite not being able to stick with New England earlier this summer. No word on whether the Bucs will offer him a contract, but he would provide decent depth at WR behind WR1 Mike Evans, with Vincent Jackson on the IR.
The Red Sox brought their prospect up in September to let him see what MLB pitching was all about. The idea after that was to get him significant playing time against the players in the AFL, but that is now on hold. Hopefully, his thumb injury is just minor and will allow him to play later in Arizona and get more experience.
After being picked up off of waivers just mere days before the season opener, DT Caraun Reid has made quite the impression in his seven weeks in San Diego. However on Sunday in Atlanta, Reid injured his ACL, and has now been placed on the teams injured reserve. To replace him on the active roster, the Chargers have resigned cornerback Pierre Desir, after just waiving him on Saturday to make room for OLB Chris Landrum.
It would come as no surprise if you haven't heard of Memphis Grizzlies Brandan Wright. The Nashville native, was brought in to give both Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph some much needed reprieve during in minutes. However, Wright has had his time in Memphis riddled with injuries that have limited his p;laying time, and this season is no different. The power forward has been dealing with an ankle injury, and has already been ruled out for the season opener against Minnesota. He will however be reevaluated in 10 days, and if better, could be available for their following start.
Although the extent of SG Troy Daniels knee injury isn't entirely known, he did miss the preseason finale, where the Grizzles lost to the Timberwolves 101-94. He had been limited before that, and was listed as day to day. On tuesday, it was announced that Daniels was feeling better, and was listed as probable for the regular season opener, also against the Minnesota Timberwolves.