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– Green Bay Packers safety Charles Woodson, 36, has a broken collarbone and will be out approximately six weeks.

Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed the severity of the injury Monday, a day after the team’s 30-20 win at St. Louis.

Saints’ Vitt returns

Once New Orleans interim coach Joe Vitt’s six-game bounty-related suspension ended, he flew back with the Saints after their 35-28 win at Tampa Bay on Sunday.

First on Vitt’s agenda is fixing a defense that is last in the NFL in yards allowed. New Orleans (2-4) plays at Denver on Sunday night.

Around the league

Former Notre Dame star Brady Quinn will take over as Kansas City’s starting quarterback. … Cleveland guard Jason Pinkston remains hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs. … Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (foot) will miss Sunday’s game at Green Bay. … Tight end Chris Cooley agreed to rejoin Washington. … Carolina cornerback Chris Gamble (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve. … Carolina fired general manager Marty Hurney. … San Diego placed kicker Nate Kaeding (groin) on injured reserve.