Two developments today worth noting in the division.
Orlovsky could be the team’s backup Monday night in Tampa depending on the condition of Kerry Collins, who may have suffered a concussion in Sunday’s loss to Pittsburgh. The team tried out former Chiefs signal-caller Brodie Croyle before deciding to bring back Orlovsky.
Meanwhile, Houston gave up on its No. 4 running back, Steve Slaton, who ran for over 1,000 yards as a rookie in 2008 as a third-round draft pick. The Texans promoted Chris Ogbonnaya from their practice squad to take Slaton’s place.