Bills LT Cordy Glenn (ankle) did not practice Friday and is questionable for Week 8 against the Patriots.
Glenn managed to play through the injury last week, but he did not see a snap in practice this week. He looks likely to sit despite the questionable tag, which would be a downgrade for the entire offense. Cyrus Kouandjio filled in for Glenn when he was out earlier this season.
Thomas Rawls (fibula) is expected to miss a "few more weeks."
It’s not much different from our last report. Rawls was recently cleared to run but needs time to get in shape. He's on track for an early-November return.
Mike Gillislee (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 8 against the Patriots.
Despite the tag, Gillislee is expected to both be active and start with LeSean McCoy (hamstring) doubtful. Buffalo's offense struggled last week and the Patriots have done a decent job limiting running backs this season, but Gillislee is a plug-and-play RB2 with six teams on bye.
Packers RB Don Jackson (hand) has been removed from the Week 8 injury report.
Jackson is healthy enough to be active, but his role could be limited. Ty Montgomery projects to lead Green Bay's backfield in touches.
Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Derrick Henry's workloads will remain gameflow dependent.
"It was just the flow of how the game was going," said Mularkey on Henry's season-high 16 carries. "We've done a good job with these guys. I think it's more of how the game is going along." Henry had 97 total yards and a touchdown in Thursday's win after getting held to three carries the last two games. He got most of his work when DeMarco Murray (toe) left late in the first half. The Titans plan to remain a one-back offense, but Henry could push for some standalone value with matchups against San Diego and the Colts two of the next three weeks. Murray is on pace for a league-high 320 carries.
Jets LT Ryan Clady (questionable, shoulder) is "trending in the right direction."
Clady "looked as if he would be ruled out" after not practicing early in the week. He got in limited work Friday and should continue playing through his shoulder issues. With RT Brent Qvale (neck) doubtful, the Jets could activate Breno Giacomini (back, PUP) to start against the Browns.
Hunter Henry (questionable, concussion) plans to play Sunday.
Henry practiced fully the last two days, but remains in the final stage of the league's protocol. He shouldn't miss any time despite suffering the concussion late in Sunday's win. Henry had a 6/83/1 line on Denver in their last matchup and is a low-end TE1 for Week 8.
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 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.