— Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera said defensive end Charles Johnson (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Carolina has a Week 5 bye, so that gives Johnson extra time to heal.
— Denver Broncos backup running back Juwan Thompson did not suffer a major neck injury, per The Denver Post. C.J. Anderson was evaluated for a concussion Sunday night but returned to the game in Denver’s win at Detroit.
— Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after Sunday’s win that tailback Marshawn Lynch’s hamstring injury does not appear to be a reason for long-term concern even though Beast Mode was shut down early against the Chicago Bears. Lynch had five carries for 14 yards before exiting the game.
— Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said cornerback Xavier Rhodes “should be good to go” in Week 4 despite suffering a concussion against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
— Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (ribs) is day-to-day according to NFL Network.
— San Diego Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett suffered a foot injury and was held out for the remainder of the game. Chargers offensive lineman Orlando Franklin was carted off with an ankle injury.
— New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis left the game against the Philadelphia Eagles with groin and hamstring injuries but said after the game he was fine. Jets guard Willie Colon suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament and will miss at least a week.
— San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis injured his knee against the Arizona Cardinals. Niners coach Jim Tomsula said the injury was a strain and would require further evaluation.
— Bears offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod suffered a concussion against the Seahawks. Bears coach John Fox said Monday he did not have an update on Bushrod’s status.