Tyrell Williams (questionable, knee) is "on track to play" in Week 8.
Travis Benjamin (questionable, knee) is also expected to start despite missing practice time. Williams is coming off an 107-yard game against Atlanta, but is likely going to see a lot of Aqib Talib on the outside. The Broncos haven't allowed a pass TD to a wideout since Week 1.
Travis Benjamin (knee) is questionable for Week 8.
The Chargers also listed Benjamin as questionable last week. He was limited in practice, but his Week 8 status isn't in doubt. Benjamin is a back-end WR3 against Denver's shutdown secondary.
Seahawks undrafted rookie LT George Fant could start Week 8.
Fant played 24 snaps after Bradley Sowell (questionable, MCL) went down last week. He's likely to get the first chance at replacing Sowell over J’Marcus Webb and third-rounder Rees Odhiambo. Seattle would be taking a leap of faith with Fanta, but he can't be much worse than Sowell.
Seahawks LT Bradley Sowell (knee) has been upgraded to questionable for Week 8.
Sowell is reportedly ahead of his multi-week timetable and will be a game-time decision. Despite his struggles it's a concern to an offensive line that's not been great at protecting Russell Wilson. Undrafted rookie George Fant replaced Sowell last week and is expected to start against the Saints.
Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (groin) is out for Week 8 against the Saints.
He'll be missing his third straight game. Chancellor hasn't resumed practicing yet and remains week to week. Kelcie McCray will draw another start at strong safety.
Packers CB Quinten Rollins (groin) has been ruled out for Week 8.
Green Bay will be without all three of its top cornerbacks against Atlanta, with Sam Shields (concussion) on I.R. and Damarious Randall recovering from groin surgery. Ladarius Gunter and Demetri Goodson will start against Julio Jones.
Tyler Lockett (thigh) is questionable for Week 8 against the Saints.
Lockett was limited at Wednesday's practice but returned to a full session on Thursday. He'll be fine for Sunday's game at the Superdome. Lockett makes for an interesting dart throw as a WR4 in a great matchup against the Saints' useless secondary.
Russell Wilson returned to a full practice on Friday.
Limited Wednesday and Thursday with knee and pectoral injuries, Wilson resumed practicing at full tilt Friday and will be all systems go at New Orleans.