-Just a day after throwing out the opening pitch at Wrigley Field, Alshon Jeffery returned to the practice field at Halas Hall. Jeffery had been held out of the prior two games for a mild hamstring injury, but after the Bears were shut out against the Seahawks, Jeffery's return comes as a blessing, regardless of whether or not he's 100 percent. Jay Cutler returned to practice as well, so the Bears will be with their top receiver and top quarterback this upcoming week.
-Johnathan Joseph was one of 15 Houston Texans players to act as a celebrity waiter for Arian Foster's "Celebrity Servers Charity Dinner." Joseph and his teammates went around serving some high-quality steak from Morton's Steakhouse at the Galleria in Houston. All proceeds benefitted the Arian Foster Family Foundation, and by the end of the night, $125,000 went to aid families in low-income neighborhoods.
-Chris Culliver was quickly taken out of practice on Wednesday after experiencing soreness in one of his legs, particularly from the knee up. No word yet on which leg it is, but Washington would be in dire straits if they lost Culliver. With Culliver, DeAngelo Hall, and Justin Rogers all injured, the Redskins are down to just three healthy cornerbacks. It should be noted though that Culliver didn't enter practice with any pain, and considering he was pulled almost immediately, one hopes it was just a precautionary measure.
* = Practice Squad
+ = Injured