Charles is behind schedule in his recovery from last year's torn ACL and has not yet regained the role of featured back, ESPN reports. "For Jamaal, it's [a matter of] getting trust in the leg,'' head coach Andy Reid said. "Every day he does a little but more and a little bit more and his cuts are a little bit sharper. It's just a matter of time and we're OK there. We're OK with that.''
Paxton tore the fingernail on the middle finger of his throwing hand in his last start, but hopes to still make his next scheduled start Monday against the Rangers, the Seattle Times' Ryan Divish reports.
Bosh (blood clots) posted a series of workout videos on his personal Instagram account Monday that suggested he's ready to play again, ESPN.com's Michael Wallace reports. "I know I've been gone for a moment, but now I'm back," Bosh said in one of the videos. "Everybody is always asking me, 'Am I hooping?' Yes, I'm hooping. I'm a hooper.'"
Kessel (hand) was originally expected to be ready for the start of the 2016-17 campaign after offseason hand surgery, however that now appears to be in doubt, Josh Yohe of DK on Pittsburgh Sports reports. "At this point, based on where he's tracking, yes (he'll be able to start the season on time)," GM Jim Rutherford said. "But with surgery like that, you can't say 100 percent for sure. But even if it's not for the start of the season, it wouldn't be that much time."
Maroh made four clearances, three interceptions, and three tackles to preserve the clean sheet in Saturday's 2-0 win against Darmstadt. In the closing minutes, he collided with Darmstadt keeper Michael Esser and sustained a double rib fracture, which will keep him on the sidelines for the foreseeable future.