FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant will miss the next exhibition game after suffering a concussion in practice.

Coach Jason Garrett said Tuesday that Bryant was hurt a day earlier when Bryant’s head hit the shoulder pads of safety Barry Church. Garrett said Bryant was held out of the rest of that practice and won’t play Thursday night at Seattle.

On his Twitter account Tuesday, Bryant promised that he’s OK.

Garrett said Bryant seemed “much better” Tuesday and doesn’t think there’s a long-term concern.

TITANS: Tight end Craig Stevens is retiring immediately at the age of 31.

Stevens spent his entire eight-year NFL career with the Titans, who drafted him in the third round out of California in 2008.

VIKINGS: Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater resumed throwing with his sore shoulder.

Bridgewater threw a few dozen short and medium-length passes in practice for the first time in a week. He didn’t play in the exhibition game at Seattle and Coach Mike Zimmer has refused to discuss the injury.

CHARGERS: Right guard D.J. Fluker didn’t practice and is likely out for Sunday’s exhibition game at Minnesota.

Coach Mike McCoy said Fluker injured his right foot during Monday’s practice. Fluker, who contended with ankle and knee issues last year, had an MRI, which McCoy said was negative.

BRONCOS: Linebacker DeMarcus Ware returned to practice on a limited basis with the plan to have him ready for the opener against Carolina.

Ware missed training camp with a back issue that kept him out of five games in 2015 but said he feels much better than he did at the end of last season. He took part in the walkthrough and drills at the beginning of practice before going into the facility to work with strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson.

GIANTS: Receiver Victor Cruz, who missed almost two weeks with a groin injury, returned to practice.

Cruz missed the opening two exhibition games and there’s no certainty he’ll be able to play Saturday night against the Jets.

RAIDERS: Tight end Colton Underwood said he never anticipated the kind of attention he would get when he sent gymnast Aly Raisman a video asking the Olympic gold medalist out on a date.

Underwood and Raisman have spoken since the video and Raisman, with some of her teammates, will be in San Jose, California, next month as part of a champions tour.

FALCONS: Running back Terron Ward and safety Kemal Ishmael will miss their second straight exhibition game when Atlanta plays Miami on Thursday night.

Ward (ankle) and Ishmael (shoulder) ran on the side in practice. Coach Dan Quinn said each has a good shot to return for next week’s final exhibition game against Jacksonville.

BILLS: Receiver Marquise Goodwin was evaluated for a possible concussion sustained during practice.

STEELERS: Linebacker James Harrison was informed that his meeting with NFL investigators is Thursday at the team practice facility.

The date meets the requirement the league sent out last week that Harrison and two other players – Green Bay linebackers Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers – must submit to interviews by Aug. 25 or face possible indefinite suspension. Harrison, Matthews and Peppers were among five players who were linked to performance-enhancing drugs in an Al Jazeera America documentary last December.

 Linebacker Vince Williams signed a three-year contract that will keep him in Pittsburgh through the 2018 season.

RAVENS: Quarterback Joe Flacco will make his exhibition debut and play Saturday at home against Detroit.

During a radio interview, Flacco acknowledged he would play Saturday after being held out of the first two exhibition games by Coach John Harbaugh.