Dez Bryant (knee) did not practice Friday.
Coach Jason Garrett has refused to rule Bryant out for Sunday against the 49ers. And owner/GM Jerry Jones said Bryant's issue is a "pain thing," suggesting he could play through it. Ultimately, we expect Bryant to miss Week 4, but he could be a game-time decision for the 4:25 PM ET kickoff.
Marvin Jones (hamstring) is practicing on Friday.
According to onlookers, Jones "looked fine" at practice, suggesting he's near 100 percent. He could avoid the final injury report altogether and is shaping up as a locked-in WR1 for the divisional tilt with the Bears on Sunday.
Phillip Dorsett (ankle) was added to the Colts' injury report Friday and is listed as questionable for Week 4 against the Jaguars.
Dorsett was limited on Friday, suggesting he maybe twisted his ankle in practice. He's shaping up as a game-time decision. With Colts-Jaguars kicking off at 9:30 AM ET Sunday, we'll know Dorsett's official status very early in the morning. If he doesn't play, T.Y. Hilton may see 15-plus targets.
Dolphins CB Byron Maxwell didn't play a single defensive snap in Thursday night's Week 4 loss to the Bengals.
The Dolphins announced before the game that Maxwell was being removed from the starting lineup, but he wasn't expected to be put on ice altogether. He was one of just three active Dolphins players not to play a down. Meanwhile, young CBs Tony Lippett and Xavien Howard got their lunch money taken by A.J. Green.
Sammy Watkins (foot) is not practicing on Friday.
Watkins is almost sure to miss his second-straight game after his surgically-repaired foot was stepped on in a walkthrough practice last week. Robert Woods and Charles Clay will again be the Bills' top two targets, while LeSean McCoy should be a lock for a 20-touch floor as the focal point.
Bills GM Doug Whaley said he'd like to see Tyrod Taylor develop into more of a pocket passer.
"[It's] just gonna be a gradual process," Whaley said, "because of his background of being, 'If it's not there, let's go and take off.' That's no fault of his own, but that's something that he's gonna continue to develop and get better. The onus is on him, and I think he loves the challenge. He's a competitor, and I think he's going to continue each week to get better and better." Taylor has failed to top 119 yards passing in 2-of-3 starts this season and now gets a date with coach Bill Belichick. Taylor won't be a recommended start outside of two-quarterback leagues.
Donte Moncrief (shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 4 against the Jaguars.
There was never any doubt. Moncrief is expected to miss about another month with a broken shoulder blade. Phillip Dorsett will continue to fill in as the No. 2, with Jack Doyle getting more snaps in "12" personnel.
Julius Thomas (elbow) will be a game-time decision for Week 4 against the Colts.
Thomas practices with his elbow in a brace on Friday. He's officially questionable for the London affair. With the Colts and Jaguars kicking off at 9:30 AM ET, owners can wait for inactives before making backup plans for Thomas.