Harvey (elbow), who was originally rumored to make his first start of the season April 13 against the Phillies, now may start April 9 against the Nationals and then April 14 versus Philadelphia, the NY Post reports.
Moss (hip) ran the bases Monday and continues to progress towards a return to game action, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's been streaking along, actually," manager Terry Francona said. "It's hard to slow him down. He's passing every test they give him. Yesterday, he ran the bases. He's coming quick. I don't know the date he'll be in a game, but it's not going to be really far off."
Davis (shoulder) could be "close to returning" ESPN TrueHoop reports. Consider him a game-time decision over the coming days. "He's strengthening his shoulder and doing a lot of ice and stim... He's working around the clock," coach Monty Williams said. "He's feeling better every day, I'm sure. We thought we were close (to seeing Davis come back), but we just don't want to put a timetable on him, because that puts pressure on guys, when you start telling them when they should be back. We know AD and where his heart is. If he can play, he'll be the first to tell us."
Luongo took a shot to the side of the head during the first period of Tuesday's game against the Maple Leafs. After initially remaining in the game to finish the period, he didn't return from the locker room following the first intermission, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Spiller, about to become a free agent, appeared on the NFL Network on Tuesday and said he won't be returning to Buffalo. He also said the Bills called him and thanked him for his service following the LeSean McCoy trade, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.