The Los Angeles Raiders traded safety Vann McElroy, 30, a two-time Pro Bowl performer and a training camp holdout, to the Seattle Seahawks yesterday for an undisclosed future draft choice.
Meanwhile, running back Marcus Allen and reserve quarterback Steve Beuerlein, two players rumored to be headed elsewhere, stayed put as the NFL trade deadline passed.
Broncos: Linebacker Marc Munford had arthoscopic surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left knee and will miss Sunday's game against Indianapolis.
Browns: Signed free agent center Mike Morris, who is expected to replace Ralph Tamm as the snapper on field goal and punt attempts.
To make room, the Browns waived linebacker Ken Rose.
Cardinals: Injury-prone defensive end David Galloway, who has played only 24 regular season games the last four seasons, was traded to the Broncos for an undisclosed future draft pick.
The Cardinals also waived linebacker Reggie McKenzie off their injured-reserve list, re-signed rookie wide receiver Amod Field and announced that defensive tackle Bob Clasby will miss the rest of the season after having another major knee operation.
In addition, starting right guard Lance Smith was arrested this morning in connection with a domestic dispute but is not expected to miss Sunday's game against the New York Giants.
Oilers: Waived five-year starting linebacker Robert Lyles, and wide receiver Vince Courville off injured reserve.
Packers: Tackle Ken Ruettgers had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and will miss up to four weeks.