James Jones (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 5.
Jones turned in a limited practice week, but he'll be in the starting lineup against the Rams. He remains an underrated every-week WR2 in fantasy.
According to Dale Lolley of the Pennsylvania Observer-Reporter, it's looking "more and more" like Martavis Bryant will remain on the Steelers' reserve/suspended list into Week 6.
The Steelers have a one-week exemption to keep Bryant on the suspended list, and appear poised to use it after Bryant "practiced sparingly" this week. They would have had to cut a player to activate Bryant. Steelers beat writers seem to have very few details regarding Bryant's absence from team activities. Bryant should be removed from all fantasy lineups entering Week 5.
ESPN Dallas reports the Cowboys "remain hopeful" Dez Bryant (foot) will return in Week 7.
Bryant has resumed running on a treadmill, but hasn't been cleared to run routes. Reports on his timetable have been all over the place, but a Week 7 return is still overly aggressive. The Cowboys decision not to place Bryant on I.R./Designated to Return suggests he should return in the next 3-5 weeks.
Broncos LT Ty Sambrailo (shoulder) expects to return in Week 6.
Sambrailo should only miss two games. Ryan Harris will continue to replace him on Peyton Manning's blindside. The Broncos offensive line has pass-protection concerns after allowing two sacks and seven QB hurries last week. The Denver Post expects LG Evan Mathis (questionable, hamstring) to play Sunday.
Broncos released FB/TE James Casey.
Casey was active for three games, but played 19 snaps in an H-back role. The Broncos needed Casey's roster spot with LE Derek Wolfe returning from suspension.
Marcedes Lewis (knee) is probable for Week 5 against the Bucs.
Lewis practiced in full the last two days. He's coming off his best game last week, catching 5-of-8 targets for 40 yards. Lewis should start with Julius Thomas (hand) questionable, but will have a limited blocking role when Thomas returns.
Quinton Patton (questionable, concussion) is expected to play in Sunday night's Week 5 game against the Giants.
Patton didn't get in any team reps this week, but is expected to be cleared. Even with Vernon Davis sidelined, Patton isn't more than the No. 3 pass-game option.
Lions WLB DeAndre Levy (hip) is probable for Week 5 against the Cardinals.
Levy will make his debut after sitting out the first month. He should help offset injuries to Detroit's interior. RE Ziggy Ansah (shoulder) is also listed as probable.