Tackle Jammal Brown, who had hip surgery last week, was moved to the physically unable to perform list.
_Green Bay (No. 1, AP Pro32) lost starting linebacker Desmond Bishop for the season. He went on injured reserve with a right leg problem.
_San Diego (No. 16, AP Pro32) released veteran receiver-kick returner Roscoe Parrish.
_Cleveland (No. 30, AP Pro32) claimed DL Ernest Owusu off waivers from Minnesota and placed linebackers Emmanuel Acho and Chris Gocong on injured reserve, losing them for the season. Placed defensive tackle Phil Taylor went on the PUP list. Taylor tore a biceps muscle lifting weights during the offseason. A first-round pick in 2011, he started all 16 games last season.
_Denver (No. 10, AP Pro32) waived veteran long snapper Lonie Paxton.
_Jacksonville (No. 31, AP Pro32) put sixth-year linebacker Clint Session (concussion) on PUP.
_New Orleans (No. 9, AP Pro32) released QB Luke McCown and DT Remi Ayodele.
_The New York Giants (No. 3, AP Pro32) placed DT Chris Canty and TE Travis Beckum on the PUP list, released DBs Antwaun Molden and Chris Horton.
_Philadelphia (No. 8, AP Pro32) put starting left tackle Jason Peters on the non-football injury list, and DT Mike Patterson on the non-football illness list.
_Pittsburgh (No. 7, AP Pro32) released tight end Justin Peele and safety Myron Rolle.
_Tampa (No. 26, AP Pro32) put two-time Pro Bowl guard Davin Joseph on injured reserve and second-year defensive end Da’Quan Bowers on PUP. Joseph tore the patellar tendon in his right knee last week and Bowers tore his right Achilles tendon during a workout in May and has not participated in training camp.
_Houston (No. 6, AP Pro32) let go of veteran LB Omar Gaither and WR Bryant Johnson.
_New England (No. 2, AP Pro32) released receivers Jabar Gaffney and Donte’ Stallworth, and defensive lineman Gerard Warren. DBs Will Allen and Josh Barrett and FB Spencer Larsen went on injured reserve.
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