The Dallas Cowboys waived quarterback Brandon Weeden on Tuesday with the possibility of Tony Romo's return this weekend after missing seven games because of a broken collarbone.
Weeden went 0-3 filling in for Romo and Matt Cassel was 0-4. It's the longest slide by Dallas since the team lost seven straight while going 1-15 under Jimmy Johnson in 1989.
Romo is eligible to play again for Dallas (2-7), but it is not yet known if he will Sunday at Miami (4-5). Coach Jason Garrett said that the 35-year-old quarterback who's had broken ribs, two broken collarbones and three back injuries will practice this week.
If Romo "practices well," Garrett says, he will play against the Dolphins.
Manziel not punished
Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel will not be disciplined for a domestic incident last month.
The league investigated whether Manziel had violated its personal conduct policy during a roadside argument with his girlfriend on Oct. 12. The league said it reviewed information from law enforcement and conducted interviews with Manziel and his girlfriend.
The league said it "concluded that there is an insufficient basis on which to take disciplinary action."
Manziel, who has been promoted to be Cleveland's full-time starter for the remainder of the season, was facing a possible fine or suspension. Manziel told police he had been drinking before the disagreement. He was not arrested.
Vikings lose Ford
The Vikings signed tight end Dominique Jones to their practice squad, filling the spot that opened up when Chase Ford joined the Ravens.
Jones spent time on the practice squads of the Ravens and Giants this season. He finished the 2014 season on the active roster of the Broncos, who cut him after the 2015 preseason. He has also had stints with the Bills, Chiefs, Colts and Dolphins since joining the league in 2011.
The Vikings listed the 28-year-old at 6-foot-3 and 270 pounds. Ford had been with the Vikings since 2012. He played 20 total games, including five starts last season, in 2013 and 2014. He was active just once in 2015, but didn't actually play in the Week 8 win over the Bears.
•Baltimore placed top draft pick Breshad Perriman on injured reserve after a wasted season in which the wide receiver didn't play a down.Perriman hurt his right knee on the first day of training camp and never fully recovered.
•Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith reportedly was suspended by the NFL for one calendar year for violations of the league's substance-abuse policy.
•Hakeem Nicks is back with the Giants.The team announced that its first-round draft pick in 2009 was signed to replace injured wide receiver Victor Cruz on the roster.
•The Jaguars won't have defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (torn triceps muscle) for the rest of the season, but will have receiver Allen Hurns (abdomen) against Tennessee on Thursday night.