• Daunte has come out of a very short retirement, and agreed to a two-year deal with the Detroit Lions. Though the Lions aren't confirming anything at this point, the contract should be signed tomorrow. This will surely turn around their season. • When the division-leading Bills (5-2) host the Jets today, they will be without the services of three of their starters: Receiver Josh Reed (ankle and Achilles' tendon), defensive end Aaron Schobel (foot ligament and bone) and right guard Brad Butler (knee) are all out of action. • Jets linebacker David Harris, the team's leader in tackles, will not play against the Bills due to a strained groin. • See ya, Kabeer: The Packers released defensive end Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, who is the franchise's all-time sacks leader. Kabeer took things pretty well, saying his time as a Packer was a "blessing that is beyond words." • Steven Jackson went into cyberspace to announce that he will, in fact, play today. Jackson wil be playing despite a thing injury that held him out of last week's tussle with the Patriots.