Jeremy Kerley (elbow) is practicing Wednesday.
Vincent Jackson (leg) is not practicing Wednesday.
Jackson is dealing with a minor leg injury, so the Bucs are just getting him a rest day. He should return to practice Thursday and will be a WR2 for Week 14 against the Bills.
Redskins placed OG Maurice Hurt on injured reserve, ending his season.
Hurt began the season on the reserve/PUP list after he had his knee scoped in May. Coach Mike Shanahan says Hurt isn't really injured, he's just too far behind. The 26-year-old will return to compete for a roster spot in 2014.
Jordan Reed (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.
Reed is back in the league's concussion protocols after suffering a setback on Sunday and will need to be cleared by an independent neurologist before he can practice or play this week. He'll be a TE1 if active for Week 14 against Kansas City.
Redskins RE Stephen Bowen (knee, injured reserve) underwent microfracture surgery Tuesday night and will be sidelined six months.
The Redskins placed Bowen on I.R. last week, and coach Mike Shanahan said the team was determining whether the soon-to-be 30-year-old end would need the operation. Bowen will be pushing it to be ready for training camp; microfracture is one of the tougher surgeries to come back from. His age isn't helping him.
Peyton Manning (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Manning has been taking Wednesdays off the last couple weeks as he deals with his ankle injury. He participated in the walkthrough and is in no danger of missing Sunday's game against Titans. Manning is a top-three QB1 for Week 14.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) participated in individual drills at Wednesday's practice.
Just like last week, Rodgers took all of his snaps from the backup centers. Matt Flynn took the first-team reps and is being prepared to start against the Falcons. Beat writers noticed Rodgers had plenty of zip on his passes, but they were mostly in the short-to-intermediate range. Rodgers also didn't move around much, taking quick drop-backs. He appears less than 50-50 to play Sunday.
Brandon Bostick (concussion) returned to practice Wednesday.
Bostick suffered a concussion in Week 12 and sat out the Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions. He should be back this week as the No. 2 tight end.