Jack Skille (concussion) was placed on the injured reserve list Monday, per the NHL's official media site.
Skille is eligible to return Feb. 12, when Colorado plays at Detroit. The 28-year-old winger has tallied seven goals and five assists in 54 games this season. His absence might not be noticed in the fantasy world, as he has gone pointless in the last 12 games.
Kain Colter was signed by the St. Louis Rams on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
The versatile product out of Northwestern was most recently a member of the Vikings' practice squad during a 2014 season and was listed as a wide receiver. Whether the Rams keep him at receiver or try to develop him as a backup quarterback remains to be seen, but he should be considered a long shot to land on the 53-man roster at this time.
Jerryd Bayless is dealing with a minor, left knee injury but will play Tuesday against the Celtics, A. Sherrod Blakely of CSN New England reports.
Bayless was not thought to be dealing with an injury, but he popped up on the report Tuesday with a "left knee" designation. Little is known about the ailment, but the fact that he's playing would seem to indicate that it's only minor, routine soreness. Expect Bayless to hold down his usual role as the first guard off the bench.
David Nelson was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
The veteran wideout finished the season on IR and did not play a single snap for the Steelers prior to his release. It's unclear at this point if a team will take a flier on the oft-injured Nelson given that he's played in all of 18 games over the past three seasons, but his 6-foot-5 frame could be intriguing enough for a team to give him a shot in training camp.
Derrick Rose is not listed on the Chicago Bulls ' injury report and will be in the lineup on Wednesday, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Rose sat out of Monday's loss to the Hornets due to general soreness but after the night off he should be ready to return to the starting lineup on Wednesday. The former-MVP has missed seven games this season, a somewhat reassuring sign taking into account that he has missed 185 games over the past three seasons. Rose could see his minutes slightly monitored on Wednesday but may also see a heavier workload as fellow guard Jimmy Butler (knee) has been ruled out for three-to-four weeks.