LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Bears tight end Zach Miller had surgery to save his left leg after he tore an artery while dislocating his knee during Sunday's loss at New Orleans. The team said the "urgent" operation Sunday to repair a torn popliteal artery was successful. Miller remains at University Medical Center New Orleans, along with team medical personnel.Coach John Fox said a vein was taken from the right leg to fix his left one. He said the pulse in Miller's lower leg was good, and Miller had feeling in his foot. "Not that he's out of the woods by any stretch, but it's as good as could be expected at this point," Fox said. Asked if Miller remains in danger of losing his leg, Fox said: "I don't want to go down that path, I'm not a doctor, I don't know, I'm not right there, but I think they feel good about where he is right now, as it relates to that." Fox also wasn't sure if Miller tore any ligaments. Also, the NFL suspended injured Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman 10 games for violating its policy against performance-enhancing drugs.ELLIOTT SUSPENSION UPHELD: U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla denied Ezekiel Elliott's request for a preliminary injunction, allowing the six-game suspension the NFL handed the Cowboys running back for violating the league's personal conduct policy to begin. Elliott's camp is expected to appeal.49ERS DEAL FOR QB: Winless San Francisco acquired backup Jimmy Garoppolo from the Patriots for a second-round draft pick next year, ESPN reported.SEAHAWKS BOOST O-LINE: Seattle acquired veteran offensive tackle Duane Brown from the Texans for cornerback Jeremy Lane and two draft picks. Brown, 32, played first game of the season this weekend after a seven-week holdout.CHIEFS: They activated cornerback Steven Nelson from injured reserve. Nelson had core muscle surgery just before the season.COLTS: Quarterback Andrew Luck will miss his third straight week of practice with lingering right shoulder soreness, coach Chuck Pagano said. Pagano would not confirm whether Luck was getting a second opinion on the surgically repaired shoulder.JETS: Running back Matt Forte said offensive coordinator John Morton was "very open-minded" when the two spoke about his criticism of the game plan.LIONS: They signed former Bucs defensive end Jacquies Smith and put guard Tim Lelito on injured reserve with a thigh problem.PANTHERS: Tight end Greg Olsen tested his surgically repaired right foot in what could be a first step toward a return in November. Olsen went on injured reserve Sept. 19 with a broken bone in the foot.RAVENS: Quarterback Joe Flacco has shown no concussion symptoms from the hit to the head he took Thursday night from Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso, coach John Harbaugh said. VIKINGS: They waived former USF speedster Rodney Adams, a fifth-round pick in April. Adams hadn't appeared in a regular-season game despite an impressive preseason.