Addae will be sidelined for an "extended period of time" after suffering a broken clavicle in the Chargers' Week 2 matchup against the Jaguars, ESPN reports.
It's unclear how long "an extended period of time" constitutes, but it's good new in itself that Addae wasn't immediately shelved on injured reserve. His absence will undoubtedly leave a void in the Chargers' secondary, one that will presumably be filled by either rookie Dexter McCoil or second-year safety Adrian Phillips.
With D.J. Fluker (ankle) also questionable for Monday's game, it's unclear who will get the start at either guard position against the Steelers, further clouting Melvin Gordon's fantasy value this week.
Gates (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Colts.
With Gates likely to be inactive Sunday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune believes that Hunter Henry is the top candidate "to pick up the load in the passing game along with his usual run-block dealings," with Sean McGrath also on hand and Asante Cleveland potentially a practice-squad promotion.
Bailey (ankle) reached an injury settlement with the Chargers on Friday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Bailey signed with the Chargers in early-August, but didn't see a minute of preseason action. The agreement removes him from the team's injured reserve list, leaving him free to sign with another team.
Square has been suspended four games by the NFL, the team's official site reports.
Square's suspension stems from a violation of the league's substance abuse policy. Early reports indicate that Square did not test positive for a specific substance, but the 27-year-old missed a scheduled test. Both Ryan Carrethers and Tenny Palepoi are likely to fill in during his absence.
Golson (foot) is ruled out for Sunday's contest with the Eagles.
Golson has not yet fully recovered from the Lisfranc surgery that he underwent in early August, but the 23-year-old is making tremendous progress. According to various reports, Golson is ahead of schedule and could be nearing a return to action in the coming weeks.
Nix (back) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's contest.
Nix is unlikely to suit up for Sunday's date with Philadelphia which means that he could be in line to miss a third consecutive game. On the bright side, it does appear that he will be able to play within the coming weeks regardless of his status for Sunday.
Bell is among the Steelers' key players not slated to play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Panthers.
The same applies to DeAngelo Williams, who is set to fill in for Bell while he serves a three-game suspension to start the season. On Thursday, the team's depth backs will have an opportunity to make their cases for complementary roles heading into the regular season. Bell's next game action is slated to arrive on Oct. 2, when the Steelers face the Chargers at home in Week 4.
Bryant was never under consideration of being cut by the Steelers despite his recently imposed year-long suspension, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Bryant's multiple violations of the league's substance abuse policy triggered a minimum one-year suspension from the league, but the Steelers never considered releasing him, according to general manager Kevin Colbert. Instead, Pittsburgh will hope Bryant makes the necessary changes to his life to get reinstated next year, when he would have two years remaining on his contract with the team. With Bryant suspended, Steelers receivers Markus Wheaton and, more specifically, Sammie Coates, will be looked upon to take advantage of their increased opportunities this season.