Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw had three receiving touchdowns in his career entering Monday night's game against the Eagles. Bradshaw nearly matched that total, catching two scoring passes from Andrew Luck in the 30-27 loss.
Colts defensive back Darius Butlerwas forced out of Saturday's preseason game against the Saints with an ankle injury, the team announced. Butler sustained the injury in the first half and was unable to return.
Though the Colts entered the Wild Card game against the Chiefs with an extensive list of injured players on the defensive side of the ball, all but one was able to play Saturday. Among the 10 players listed on the injury report, only defensive lineman Fili Moala (knee) was unable to play.
Colts cornerback Greg Toler made a spectacular diving interception in the Week 2 loss to the Eagles. Late in the first half, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles tried to hit Jeremy Maclin on a go route but Toler hung close and came down with the ball.
Colts wideout Reggie Wayne caught three passes for 28 yards in the Monday night loss to the Eagles. Wayne was targeted seven times, second-most on the team, but took a big step back from his nine-catch, 98-yard performance Week 1.
Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, who missed the first two weeks of camp while recovering from a shoulder injury, might not play in Friday's preseason game against the Jaguars, reports the Detroit Free Press.
Lions defensive end George Johnson was able to get to Eli Manning throughout most of the night in a Week 1 win over the Giants. Johnson took Manning down for a 10-yard loss in the first half. He also assisted on another sack in the second quarter. He finished with three tackles (two solo), including 1.5 sacks in a 35-14 victory.
Lions running back Montell Owens left Friday's preseason game against the Jaguars in the opening quarter with a an apparent head injury, the team announced. Owens was taken back to the locker and was evaluated for a head injury. The team has not revealed the extent of the injury, though he was unable to return.
The Lions signed cornerback Cassius Vaughn to a one-year deal, reports the Detroit Free Press. He had 30 tackles, six pass breakups, three interceptions and a forced fumble in part-time duty with the Colts last year.