Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer, who started against the Detroit Lions Saturday, practiced with the first team offense Monday.

"Nothing's changed," coach Mike Pettine said." If there was a significant change on the depth chart, it would be reflected on the field."

Still, Pettine indicated Johnny Manziel might practice with the first team on Tuesday. Pettine said he still has not decided which quarterback will start against the Washington Redskins in the second preseason game next Monday.

Pettine wants to name his regular season starter before the third preseason game.

"I don't expect anything," Manziel said after practice. "I expect to come out and get the reps and get the teamwork that I'm told I'm going to get. From there, go out and make the best of the opportunity that I have."

Cornerback Justin Gilbert was held from practice because of a groin injury. Wide receiver Josh Gordon was held from practice with an undisclosed injury, but he is expected to return on Tuesday.

---Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who was carted off the field the day before following a hard fall on his back, returned to practice.

Hall was able to participate in a limited capacity.

"They didn't want me to go out here, but I was like, 'Nah, I'm going to go out here and do some individual drills, move around a little bit,'" Hall said after practice. "A little bit of pain, but night and day difference from yesterday."

Hall hopes to play next Monday night against the Cleveland Browns.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who sat out the preseason game with an ankle injury, returned to full-time duty Monday.

Tight end Jordan Reed missed a third straight practice with an illness.

---Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones broke his foot in practice and will miss a few weeks, coach Marvin Lewis told reporters.

Lewis said Jones was injured at Saturday's practice. Jones had a pin placed in his left foot -- specifically in the fifth metatarsal bone.

Jones, during his second season in the league, recorded 51 catches for 712 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2013.

---Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is under investigation over an alleged assault and personal property damage claim, police in Bellevue, Wash., said.

The Bellevue Police Department said in a release that the 28-year-old Lynch was accused by an unspecified female victim over an alleged incident at a downtown Bellevue apartment unit at 2:30 a.m. PT Sunday.

The case does not involve domestic violence or sexual assault, police said. Police said they are still gathering facts. No arrests have been made.

---Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Ryan Shazier, the team's first-round draft pick, expects to play in his first exhibition game Saturday night.

The Steelers host the Buffalo Bills. He did not play in the Steelers' 20-16 loss to the New York Giants last Saturday night because of a right knee injury.

Shazier said he does not know when he will start practicing again. He limped off the field near the end of an Aug. 3 practice.

---New England Patriots wide receiver Brian Tyms is facing a four-game suspension after testing positive for a banned substance, according to CSNNE.com.

The NFL does not reveal the substance, but Tyms said it was Adderall.

---The Indianapolis Colts signed free agent defensive end Gannon Conway and waived tackle Eric Pike.

Conway, 6-foot-4, 280 pounds, is in his second stint with Indianapolis. He was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent on May 13 out of Arizona State and waived on May 16. The Colts signed him on June 11 and waived him on July 16.

---The Chicago Bears signed offensive lineman Rob Turner. The 6-foot-4, 308-pound Turner played for the Tennessee Titans last season, starting the first six games at center before landing on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. In 2012, Turner started all 16 games for the St. Louis Rams, seeing time at center and left guard.

The Bears waived guard Graham Pocic, an undrafted rookie free agent who was originally signed by the Rams in 2013.

---Philadelphia Eagles backup center Julian Vandervelde underwent back surgery recently and is expected to miss the start of the season.

The 2011 fifth-round pick plays mostly on special teams and took eight snaps at center last year.

Vandervelde suffered a back injury late last season. There is no timetable for his return.