Evans is dealing with right hip soreness and has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Wizards.
Evans reportedly experienced the discomfort during pregame warmups and the Grizzlies don't want to risk putting any additional strain on it, so he'll get the night off Wednesday. The fact that it's just soreness should mean it's nothing overly serious, though tentatively consider Evans questionable for Friday's matchup with the Hawks as well. With Evans sidelined, Mario Chalmers and Andrew Harrison should get the bulk of the work at point guard, with Dillon Brooks and Ben McLemore potentially seeing a few extra minutes in the backcourt as well.
Perhaps as a way to excuse Bailey's two misses from 50-plus yards Sunday against the Giants, owner and general manager Jerry Jones noted Tuesday that a hamstring concern was afflicting the kicker. By avoiding the injury report entirely Wednesday, Bailey erased any doubt about his ability to play Week 15 at Oakland, who has given up the second-most points to kickers this season.
Short had three solo tackles and two sacks against the Vikings on Sunday.
Short accrued 51 of 74 defensive snaps Sunday. Getting to Vikings QB Case Keenum twice is quite the accomplishment, as Keenum boasts the second-best sack percentage in the league (3.58 percent). With a Week 15 matchup against QB Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, it'll be tough to replicate this performance.
Castano was traded to the Marlins along with Sandy Alcantara, Magneuris Sierra and Zac Gallen in exchange for Marcell Ozuna on Wednesday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.
The 23-year-old southpaw is pretty easily the worst of the four prospects headed to Miami. He was a 19th-round pick in 2016 and has not yet pitched in a full-season league. That said, he notched a 2.57 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 81 strikeouts in 91 innings (14 starts) with short-season State College last year, so perhaps the Marlins' scouts found something in Castano. He should begin 2018 at Low-A.
Brady (Achilles) practiced fully Wednesday.
Brady had been using recent Wednesdays to get extra treatment from the Patriots training staff, but in the wake of a subpar effort in Monday's 27-20 loss to the Dolphins, the QB is listed as working fully out of the gate this week. He's a bounce-back candidate in Sunday's showdown on the road against the Steelers, a contest that looms large in terms of AFC playoff seeding.