C.J. Anderson (knee) is not practicing Wednesday.
Anderson went down early in the Monday night game against the Texans but missed just a couple plays before quickly returning and piling up 107 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries. He looked no worse for the wear, but there's concern here that Anderson could be out "an extended period of time." We'll await more info, but this obviously makes Devontae Booker a must-have.
Cody Kessler (concussion) is not practicing Wednesday.
It's going to be a challenge for Kessler to advance through the league's protocol in time for Sunday against the Jets. Per beat writer Mary Kay Cabot, Josh McCown (collarbone) is "doing more" than he has the past few weeks and is pushing to play Week 8. It'll likely be McCown or UDFA Kevin Hogan.
Jared Cook (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.
Cook is expected to practice at some point this week, but missing Wednesday isn't a good start and will likely keep him out for Week 8 at the Falcons.
Jordan Reed (concussion) is practicing Wednesday.
It's a good sign after Reed practiced last Wednesday only to sit out Thursday and Friday before missing the game against the Lions. A report earlier this week had Reed unlikely to play against the Bengals in London, but if Reed can practice Thursday and Friday, hell have a good shot to suit up.
Phillip Dorsett (foot, hamstring) returned to a limited practice Wednesday.
With Donte Moncrief (shoulder) expected back, Dorsett will head back to No. 3 duties. He wasn't a fantasy factor, even when Moncrief was sidelined.
Tevin Coleman (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday.
Coleman is fully expected to sit out Week 8 against the Packers. The Falcons aren't going to push Coleman with Devonta Freeman fully capable of carrying an every-down load. Stevan Ridley and Terron Ward are the backups.
Allen Hurns (neck, shoulder) was removed from the Week 8 injury report.
He'll play against the Titans on Thursday night and remains a WR3 in a plus draw versus slot CB Robert McClain. Hurns has at least been consistent.
Julius Thomas (ankle) is questionable for Week 8 against the Titans.
Thomas didn't practice Tuesday but was upgraded to limited Wednesday, putting him on track to start. Still, Thomas is a back-end TE1 at less than 100 percent in a tougher matchup despite the Titans getting shredded by Jack Doyle in Week 7. The Jaguars' pass offense is simply a mess.