Matt Jones (knee) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.
Jones' status for Sunday's game in London is now in serious doubt. He'll need to be at least "limited" in whatever the Redskins manage for a practice across the pond on Friday. Coach Jay Gruden has said Rob Kelley will take the lead on early downs if Jones sits, but Chris Thompson would likely get the most overall touches, and is the preferred fantasy fill-in.
Dion Lewis (knee, PUP) returned to practice Thursday.
The practice starts the 21-day clock for the Patriots to activate Lewis off the PUP list. Lewis is not going to play this week, but it is possible he is ready to go following the Week 9 bye. Lewis' return will render James White valueless in fantasy leagues.
Tevin Coleman (hamstring) remained sidelined Thursday.
Coleman will miss Sunday's game against the Packers. Devonta Freeman will be in for a monster workload, and occasionally spelled by Terron Ward and Stevan Ridley.
Dez Bryant (knee) was on the practice field Thursday.
Bryant could be listed as limited again, but he is fully expected to play. He will be a WR2 in a matchup against the team allowing the seventh-fewest points to receivers this season.
Jerick McKinnon (ankle) was spotted wearing a walking boot Thursday.
McKinnon suffered an ankle injury in the first half against the Eagles. He was able to come back after the break, but he ended up bowing out after aggravating the injury. It looks possible he sits this week, which would make Matt Asiata a volume RB2 against the Bears.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said RB Don Jackson (hand) handled the ball well with his protective glove Thursday.
"He looked good," McCarthy said. "He's got that contraption that he's dealing with, but I thought he handled the football very well." As long as he can hold onto the football, Jackson should be active against the Falcons. Still, he is behind Ty Montgomery and likely Knile Davis in the pecking order.
Panthers DT Vernon Butler appeared to suffered a setback Thursday with his injured ankle.
Butler just returned to practice Monday after missing three games with a high-ankle sprain. He appeared to tweak the ankle during a drill and finished practice on the exercise bike. He will likely be listed as limited on the injury report.
Jordan Reed (concussion) said he feels "back to normal."
"I'm feeling 100 percent," Reed said. "I feel symptom-free." Reed is scheduled to meet with an independent doctor Thursday to gain final clearance before the Redskins travel to London. He looks on track to play, but we should know for sure Thursday night.