Sendejo (ankle) is day-to-day with a sprained ankle, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports.
Sendejo exited Sunday's game against the Eagles after picking off a Carson Wentz pass attempt in the first quarter. If he's unable to play, look for Jayron Kearse to slide into the starting lineup opposite Harrison Smith.
Reinhart will serve as Buffalo's second-line center starting Tuesday and for the foreseeable future, The Buffalo News reports.
A natural center, Reinhart has spent most of his pro career playing on the right wing, but with Jack Eichel (high-ankle sprain) sidelined, the Sabres will move him back to center in the hopes of jump starting a sputtering offense. Reinhart will center Tyler Ennis and Zemgus Girgensons, marking the first time the trio will play together. Though Reinhart's speed is one of his weaker points, head coach Dan Bylsma believes that having to backcheck will help him keep his feet moving. Long term, the Sabres envision Reinhart on the right wing, but he should have no problems at center ice. Through four games Reinhart has just two assists, but should be able to generate plenty of opportunities against Philadelphia, whose 19 goals allowed is second-worst in the conference. Eichel is expected to return after Thanksgiving.
Whitehead was promoted from the Packers' practice squad to their active roster Monday.
Safety Chris Banjo was placed on injured reserve Monday, which resulted in the open roster spot for Whitehead. The second year safety played briefly for the Ravens in 2015, before entering training camp with the Packers this year. He ultimately was waived prior to the season starting. Expect Whitehead to provide depth at safety and contribute to special teams.
Favors (knee) was a limited participant again during Monday's practice, Aaron Falk of the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Favors returned to practice Sunday after dealing with a bone bruise and IT band soreness in his left knee, but was only a limited participant, as the Jazz wanted to ease him back into action. He was restricted again throughout Monday's practice, which seems to indicate Favors is unlikely to play in Tuesday's preseason opener. He's yet to be officially ruled out, so we'll likely see his status updated following Tuesday's morning shootaround. Trey Lyles would likely be the main beneficiary in minutes in his place if Favors is ultimately kept on the sidelines.
Gudas may play Tuesday against Buffalo after serving his six-game suspension, CSN Philly reports.
Gudas received the six-game ban thanks to a late hit on the Bruins' rookie Austin Czarnik near the end of the preseason. Gudas isn't much of a fantasy factor other than in the PIM department, as his 116 PIM last year dwarfed his offensive production of five goals and nine assists in 76 contests. If Gudas ends up dressing Tuesday, a fellow blueliner in Nick Schultz or Andrew MacDonald will likely sit out.