--Offensive lineman Mark Asper was promoted from the Buffalo Bills' practice squad, and the team released offensive lineman Colin Brown.
Offensive lineman Bryant Browning was signed to the practice squad to take Asper's place, with linebacker Jacquies Smith also signed. Defensive end Jamie Blatnick was released from the practice squad.
--Running backs Danny Ware and Peyton Hillis were scheduled to work out for the New York Giants.
Ware, according to the Newark Star-Ledger, was favored to re-sign with the team with starter David Wilson likely to miss at least three weeks with a neck injury.
--San Francisco 49ers receiver Anquan Boldin said the NFL is not doing enough about player safety, citing Thursday night games as an example of the league being more interested in revenue.
"I think the league is covering their butt to be honest with you," Boldin said. He was taking part in an online chat with the Bay Area News Group and fans when he was asked if he had seen the PBS documentary "League of Denial," which details the NFL's history with concussion studies.