Jay Ajayi made it through concussion protocol.
Ajayi was expected to be cleared after participating in Monday's practice. The 24-year-old back needed to leap one final hurdle to get off the list officially.
Here is a rundown of other injuries we are monitoring Tuesday:
- Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn got an injection in his foot, which the team hopes fixes the nagging issue, Rapoport reported. Glenn has sat out practices this summer due to the issue.
Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman is recovering from a pulled hamstring. Coach John Harbaugh said Perriman is "on schedule" and did not rule him out for preseason. Offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley missed his third consecutive practice session with an undisclosed injury. Harbaugh said Stanley has something "he's working through" but it isn't expected to keep him out for an extended period.
- Washington Redskins safety Su'a Cravens underwent a meniscus trim, NFL Network Ian Rapoport reported per source informed of the player's condition. Cravens is expected to be back by Week 1 of the regular season.
- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Laquon Treadwell (hamstring) plans to practice Tuesday, coach Mike Zimmer told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
Joseph also said he "absolutely" expects defensive end Derek Wolfe (ankle) to be ready for the Broncos' season opener. Defensive end Jared Crick, meanwhile, is "day to day" with back spasms, Joseph announced.
Receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and defensive end DeMarcus Walker (hip flexor) sat out practice Tuesday.
- Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Denzel Perryman is undergoing surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ankle ligament, sources tell Rapoport. Perryman is expected to be out eight-10 weeks and return midseason.
Coach Anthony Lynn told reporters linebacker Jerry Attouchu is week to week with a pulled hamstring.
- Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin returned to practice after suffering a minor foot injury in practice last week.
Coach Pete Carroll said linebacker K.J. Wright is out of town getting his knee looked at for something minor that's been bothering him, not undergoing surgery. Carroll said wideout Paul Richardson (shoulder) stunned the team by practicing some. He definitely will be able to play in the season opener on September 10. Richardson sprained his shoulder during Sunday's win against the Chargers.
- Safety George Iloka (knee) was back out on the practice field in full pads, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
Coach Todd Bowles told reporters that wide receiverLucky Whitehead broke his foot during practice Monday. Whether surgery is required is to be determined. He will be out for an extended period of time.