The Jacksonville Jaguars will now carry only two quarterbacks when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1) Sunday after releasing third-string signal-caller Ryan Nassib. According to Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com, the Jaguars made the move to create a spot on the roster for second-year offensive lineman Chris Reed. The Jaguars will have Blake Bortles as starter and Chad Henne as the backup when they go up against the Steelers. The Jaguars (2-2) signed Nassib after Week 2, reuniting him with his college coach Doug Marrone and former New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin.

However, Nassib was inactive for Week 3 and 4. A fourth-round pick by the Giants in 2013 out of Syracuse, Nassib played five games for Coughlin, completing nine of 10 passes for 28 yards and a touchdown.

Reed is part of the contingency plan for the Jaguars with their starting center Brandon Linder out with an illness.

Bills cut wideout Corey Brown

Days after signing him, the Buffalo Bills recently released wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown to make room for rookie cornerback Greg Mabin, who was promoted to the active roster from the practice squad. Brown’s stint with the Bills was short-lived as the team needs more support in their defensive backfield. Last season, Brown played 16, with eight starts, for the Carolina Panthers. He caught 27 passes for 276 yards and a touchdown. The Bills (3-1) will play the Cincinnati Bengals (1-3) Sunday with just four healthy receivers on their roster. The Bills are on a two-game winning streak and are expected to ride the momentum of their 23-17 triumph over NFC champions Atlanta Falcons in Week 4.

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Vikings QB remains questionable

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford remains questionable two days before their Monday's showdown against the Chicago Bears. When asked about Bradford's ability to play, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer replied: "We'll see." Zimmer jokingly said that a psychic in the Twin Cities gave him a crystal ball, but he didn't bring it with him in the press conference. Bergman reported that Bradford was limited in Saturday's practice and was officially listed as questionable to play against the Bears. Bradford has missed the Vikings' last three games due to a knee injury. Without Bradford, the Vikings (2-2) started backup Case Keenum, who led the team to an impressive win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 3. In three games, Keenum completed 61 of 100 passes for 755 yards and three touchdowns.