Gallman looks as if he will play this week, assuming he can clear the concussion protocol. Shepard will likely remain out indefinitely.
Green will not be practicing Thursday, saying that he doesn’t want to rush his return. He was limited last Thursday and wasn’t able to play, so it is looking unlikely he returns this week.
Both Cooper and Cobb missed their second consecutive day of practice on Thursday. There is a good chance both players miss this week’s game.
The Bucs have promoted WR Amara Darboh to their active roster. He is likely to be almost exclusively a special teams player. His last NFL experience came in 2017 with the Seahawks, when he caught 8 passes for 71 yards over 16 games.
Perine never found his role in the Bengals offense, playing all 6 games this season but failing to get a touch or a target. His departure will impact the Bengals special teams but not their offense.
Herndon won’t practice Thursday, meaning there is a good chance he won’t play this week. He still hasn’t made his debut this year, missing the first 4 games with a suspension and the last game with his hamstring injury. Griffin will remain the Jets’ TE1, but he is not a viable fantasy option.
Westbrook was able to practice fully yesterday and wasn’t even on the injury report, so this should injury appears to be a new one. His status for this weekend is definitely in question.
Gurley missed last game and was limited Wednesday in practice with a thigh bruise. Limited can mean a wide range of things, so it is too early to predict his availability this week.
Rodgers and Tonyan were both limited on the Packers’ estimated practice report Wednesday. Because it is just an estimated report, it is risky to read too much into their designations. Tomorrow’s practice will be important to watch.
The Packers’ injury report Wednesday makes it clear why they signed Ryan Grant. Four of their top receiving options did not practice Wednesday. Note that it was just an estimated practice report. The Packers did not actually practice, given that they just played Monday night. The report Thursday will give us more insight into these players’ availability.
Benjamin played his normal snaps last week and has a good chance to play this week. Jackson was out last week, so his inability to practice is more concerning. Given the depth the Chargers have at RB, it would not be surprising for Jackson to be rested until he is fully healthy.
Kittle did not practice Wednesday with a groin injury. It seems unlikely that this injury will cause him to miss any time. He started the season slowly by his standards, but he got his first 100 yard game of the season last week. Kittle remains an elite TE option.
It has been confirmed what everyone already assumed, that Geronimo Allison is in the concussion protocol after taking a hard hit Monday night. This will put his status for next week in question. The Packers signed Ryan Grant Wednesday, an indication that they do not expect Allison back right away.
Samuel picked up the groin injury during last week’s game and was not able to practice Wednesday. Marquise Goodwin and Kendrick Bourne would see boosts if Samuel is out.
Mostert is considered day-to-day with a knee injury and did not practice Wednesday. It would not be surprising for the 49’ers to be cautious with Mostert given their RB depth.
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