JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars say running back Chris Ivory has been released from the hospital and is doing well, but his availability for Sunday’s game at San Diego remains in question.

Ivory was hospitalized Sunday with a “general medical issue” and missed the opener against Green Bay. Ivory was limited in three practices last week because of a calf injury, but his hospital stay was for an unrelated issue.

The Jaguars (0-1) say there is no timetable for his return.

Without Ivory, a 1,000-yard rusher with the Jets last season, the Jaguars averaged 1.8 yards a carry against the Packers.

BRONCOS: Denver’s police chief says he talked to linebacker Brandon Marshall about the player’s decision to kneel during the national anthem to protest racial oppression and police brutality.

Chief Robert White says he met with Marshall after being approached by Broncos management. The chief says he will offer Marshall the chance to ride along with police and watch “shoot, don’t shoot” training, which teaches officers to make split-second decisions during dangerous situations.

GIANTS: New York released place-kicker Randy Bullock and signed defensive tackle Montori Hughes.

The Giants announced the moves, a day after adding place-kicker Josh Brown to their 53-man roster.

Brown, who scored a career-high 134 points last season, was suspended for the regular-season opener for a violation of the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

UNIFORMS: The NFL isn’t colorblind to the concerns of its TV audience regarding the “Color Rush” alternate uniforms the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets will wear Thursday night.

League spokesman Brian McCarthy wrote in an email the NFL consulted with color-blindness experts to ensure all uniform combinations “will be clearly distinguishable for all fans.” That begins Thursday with the Jets wearing mostly white uniforms and the Bills going with all red.

Last year Buffalo wore all red and the Jets all green during their prime-time game on Nov. 12. The combination led to colorblind viewers complaining they couldn’t tell which team was which.

PACKERS: Left tackle David Bakhtiari signed a contract extension, and a person familiar with the talks said it is a four-year deal worth up to $51.67 million.

COWBOYS: Suspended defensive end Randy Gregory is back with the team, but owner and general manager Jerry Jones gave no indication when or if the second-year player will get on the field in 2016.

RAMS-49ERS: Radio announcer Kevin Harlan used a fan who ran onto the field to spice up his call of Monday night’s game between the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers, offering spirited play-by-play commentary as security chased down the fan.

The Westwood One announcer enthusiastically jumped into action when the fan ran onto the field with the 49ers holding a 21-0 lead in the fourth quarter, calling out the fan’s movements like he would a long touchdown run before finishing with “they tackle him at the 40-yard line” when security finally caught up.

Referring to the 49ers blowout, Harlan called the moment “the most exciting thing to happen tonight.”

SAINTS: The Saints released running back C.J. Spiller, who signed a four-year, $16 million free-agent contract just last season.