Arizona Cardinals: Sunday in Philadelphia is the return of first-round pick Haason Reddick, who went to Temple and grew up an Eagles fan. He has 18 tackles in 2017.
Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons, who have a bye, placed defensive end Jack Crawford on injured reserve with a biceps injury. He had five tackles and three quarterback hits.
Carolina Panthers: The Panthers signed safety Jairus Byrd to replace Kurt Coleman, who was out Sunday in Detroit with a sprained knee and is expected to miss several more weeks.
Chicago Bear: Mitchell Trubisky, the second overall pick in the 2017 draft, makes his first start Monday against Minnesota. Linebacker Willie Young (triceps) is out for the year, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Dallas Cowboys: Tight end Jason Witten leads the team with 19 catches. Receiver Brice Butler looks for a career-best third straight game with a touchdown Sunday against Green Bay.
Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah had a career-high 94 yards rushing with a touchdown last week against Minnesota and 109 yards total offense.
Green Bay Packers: Aaron Rodgers has 13 touchdown passes and two interceptions in eight games against the Cowboys. The Packers have won six of the last seven meetings.
Minnesota Vikings: Latavius Murray will be the top running back after Dalvin Cook tore his ACL last week. Sam Bradford is questionable.
New Orleans Saints: The return of tackle Terron Armstead after the bye week would come at a good time after tackle Zach Strief was placed on injured reserve.
New York Giants: Odell Beckham Jr. has thrown for seven touchdowns in his last seven home games Sunday against the Chargers. Jason Pierre-Paul has 3 1/2 sacks in his last two home games.
Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Ertz leads all tight ends with 26 catches (326 yards, one touchdown). Jalen Mills is first among cornerbacks with 27 tackles and one pick.
RAMS: Todd Gurley’s 596 rushing/receiving yards before Sunday against Seattle ranks second in the NFL and ranks second in the first four games since Marshall Faulk’s 615 in 2001.
San Francisco 49ers: Running back Carlos Hyde enters Sunday in Indianapolis ranked sixth in the NFL with 409 yards from scrimmage (321 rushing, 88 receiving).
Seattle Seahawks: End Cliff Avril will miss Sunday’s game with a spine and neck injury. Additionally, Seattle’s best runner, Chris Carson, is on injured reserve.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kicker Nick Folk, who was brought in to replace Robert Aguayo, missed three field goals in the Buccaneers’ 19-14 loss to the Patriots on Thursday night.
Washington Redskins: Corner Josh Norman injured his ribs in a loss to the Chiefs last week and will be out for four weeks. The Redskins are off this week.