The NFL has invited quarterback Colin Kaepernick to attend a one-on-one meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell and is waiting on a response, ESPN reported Tuesday.Troy Vincent, the NFL's executive vice president of football operations, texted Kaepernick on Oct. 31 to update him on the ongoing talks about social issues between players and owners, league spokesman Joe Lockhart told ESPN.At the end of the text, Vincent extended the invitation for Kaepernick to meet with Goodell, according to Lockhart, who said the league has not heard back from the former 49ers star.Lockhart said earlier Tuesday during a conference call that the NFL would welcome Kaepernick's participation in its larger meetings involving league executives, players and owners.Lockhard also said the NFL is not interested in having a mediator join talks. "The real strength of the dialogue going on is that it is direct," he said.COLTS ASSISTANT CHARGED: Former Colts defensive star and current assistant coach Robert Mathis was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person. The misdemeanor charge was filed in Hamilton Superior Court in Noblesville, Ind., over the Oct. 24 incident.BEARS: They placed tight end Zach Miller, recovering from surgery to save his left leg, on injured reserve. Miller had surgery after the Oct. 29 game to repair a torn artery he suffered while dislocating his knee.GIANTS: They reinstated former Gators cornerback Janoris Jenkins from a one-game suspension for missing a workout.JAGUARS: Executive Tom Coughlin backed cornerback Jalen Ramsey, saying the former Seminole "was playing football within the rules" when Bengals receiver A.J. Green attacked him Sunday. Ramsey and Green were ejected late in the first half.PACKERS: Tests confirmed that right tackle Bryan Bulaga tore his ACL Monday night and will miss the rest of the season.RAVENS: Running backs Terrance West and Danny Woodhead participated in practice and said they are poised to return, perhaps as early as the team's next game Nov. 19. West has missed four games with a left calf injury, and Woodhead has not played since injuring his left hamstring in the opener.TEXANS: They signed free agent quarterback Josh Johnson and released Matt McGloin. The moves came a day after coach Bill O'Brien said they had discussed the possibility of adding Kaepernick in the wake of a season-ending knee injury to rookie Deshaun Watson.