Here are other stories we're monitoring around the NFL:
»Atlanta Falcons tight ends coach Mike Mularkey announced his retirement from the NFL after 15 years among the coaching ranks. Prior to his lone year as Atlanta's TE coach, Mularkey served as Falcons offensive coordinator from 2008-2011. He had three separate head coaching stints for the Bills, Jaguars and Titans; he has a combined 36-53 record in those six seasons. After going 2-7 as Titans interim coach in 2015, he led them to back-to-back 9-7 seasons, including a playoff berth and wild card round win against the Chiefs in 2017. Mularkey also played nine seasons in the NFL, suiting up for the Vikings (1983-88) and Steelers (1989-91).
»The Washington Redskins and senior VP of football operations and general counsel Eric Schaffer have agreed to mutually part ways, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The team later announced the move. Rapoport added that Schaffer has already received interest from several teams. The team later announced that Panthers executive director of player finance Rob Rogers will replace Schaffer.
Doug Williams has been reassigned and named the senior vice president of player development, the team announced. He served as the Redskins' senior vice president of player personnel since June 2017.
»Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones was added to the injury report with a limited designation due to a lingering calf issue. Tight end Travis Kelce (knee) was listed as limited for a second consecutive day.