Martavis Bryant is not happy with Indianapolis Colts safety Matthias Farley.

While discussing his conditioning Sunday with ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Steelers receiver said he believes Farley was trying to injure him with a hit in the second quarter of the teams’ preseason game Saturday at Heinz Field.

“I feel better about my body and my ability on the field. I don’t have to worry about taking so many injuries from different plays like yesterday where he tried to hurt me,” Bryant told ESPN. “Just making sure my body feels good and I stay in shape.”

Asked about the nature of the hit, Bryant said it was “definitely intentional.”

Torn knee ligament

The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing to play this season without their top running back. Spencer Ware tore the posterior cruciate ligament and caused other damage to his right knee in Friday night’s preseason game in Seattle, an MRI exam revealed. The Chiefs plan to seek a second opinion but their medical staff believes he will require season-ending surgery.

Taking responsibility

Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus received coach Sean McDermott’s message loud and clear after being forced to fly home alone for violating a team rule. Without revealing what rule he broke, Dareus said he takes full responsibility and added he’s “crystal clear” of what’s expected of him following a lengthy conversation with McDermott following practice on Sunday.

Around the league

Chicago wide receiver Cameron Meredith was carted off the field after hurting his left knee late in the first quarter against the Tennessee Titans. … Buffalo Bills third-string quarterback T.J. Yates is being evaluated for a concussion. … The Detroit Lions put defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve with a bicep injury. … Falcons running back Devonta Freeman will return to practice on Monday as a final stage of his concussion protocol. …The New York Jets acquired safety Terrence Brooks from the Philadelphia Eagles for cornerback Dexter McDougle in a trade of 2014 draft picks.