--Oakland Raiders strong safety Tyvon Branch is out indefinitely with a fractured fibula, according to ESPN.
Branch was injured in the first quarter of the Raiders' 19-9 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. He got hurt while rushing Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne on a third-and-7 play.
--New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola worked through drills gingerly at the start of practice Monday, according to ESPN.
Fox Sports reported Sunday that Amendola has torn adductor muscles in his hip and might need surgery.
Previous reports indicated that Amendola would miss two to six weeks with a sports hernia injury.
--The Denver Broncos signed offensive tackle Chris Clark to a two-year contract extension through 2015, the team announced.
Clark has played 42 games over the past four seasons with Denver, including every game since 2011.
--The Cincinnati Bengals promoted linebacker J.K. Schaffer from the practice squad and waived safety Jeromy Miles, the team announced.
Schaffer is a first-year player out of the University of Cincinnati. He played in all four of the Bengals' preseason games. He led the team with 20 tackles, and had one sack and one interception.
Miles, a fourth-year pro out of Massachusetts, had one special teams tackle against the Chicago Bears on Sept. 8.