Bruschi to practice: New England linebacker Tedy Bruschi plans to return to practice Wednesday, eight months after having a mild stroke. Eagles’ McDougle has surgery: Philadelphia defensive end Jerome McDougle had emergency surgery for a hernia, a setback to his recovery from a gunshot wound in July. McDougle had been working out to make a return to the Eagles. Also: Tennessee Titans receiver Drew Bennett (UCLA) had surgery to place a pin in his dislocated left thumb, and coach Jeff Fisher said the receiver will be out at least two weeks. … Miami defensive end Jason Taylor was on crutches because of a foot injury, leaving his status for Sunday’s game against Kansas City uncertain. … Safety Michael Jameson had his contract terminated by the Cleveland Browns, one week after finishing his four-game NFL suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. … The Minnesota Vikings hired former FBI agent Dag Sohlberg as their new security director after NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue told the team to tighten its discipline following accounts of a wild boat party attended by some players. … Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs was fined $10,000 for comments he made about the officiating in the team’s loss at Denver on Oct. 9. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Seahawks’ starting free safety was involved in an altercation with two men who were not in custody, police said. Moss’ status unknown: Oakland receiver Randy Moss’ status for this week was undetermined after sustaining bruised ribs, a strained groin and a bruised pelvic area in a hard fall while trying to make a leaping catch on Sunday against San Diego. Raiders coach Norv Turner said he would know more about Moss’ status after Wednesday’s practice. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Griese undergoing tests: Brian Griese underwent more tests to determine the severity of a knee injury suffered Sunday in a victory over Miami. Coach Jon Gruden emphasized that the team had not received a firm diagnosis but raised the possibility that Griese could be out for the season. Jets’ Mawae done: New York Jets center Kevin Mawae will miss the rest of the season after tearing his left triceps against Buffalo. Mawae will have surgery next week. Cardinals’ Pace out for season: Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calvin Pace is out for the season after cutting his arm while falling through a window at his home during the weekend. Pace underwent surgery at an Atlanta Hospital. Cowboys lose Adams: The Dallas Cowboys learned that left tackle Flozell Adams is out for the season with a torn knee ligament. Also, receiver Patrick Crayton is out at least a month with an ankle injury. However, it’s not broken, which is what coach Bill Parcells feared Sunday following an overtime victory against the New York Giants. Seattle Seahawks safety Ken Hamlin was in serious but stable condition Monday with a fractured skull and other head injuries following a fight outside a downtown Seattle nightclub. Hamlin’s injuries included a small blood clot and bruising of the brain tissue. He was to remain in intensive care for the next day or two, team physician Stan Herring said. He said the most pressing concern whether the blood clot grows.