Reserve Bears DE Cornelius Washington was forced from Chicago's Week 13 game against the Lions with a chest injury, and will not return.
Washington entered Week 13 having played just 41 snaps. Anything other than a 1-2 week injury will likely send him to injured reserve.
Anthony Fasano (knee) returned to Chiefs practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
The barely-there TE2 will be ready to rock for Sunday night's game against the Broncos.
Cordarrelle Patterson (knee, ankle) remained sidelined Thursday.
The gadget player is expected to be active for Week 13, but his status cannot be taken for granted.
Jerick McKinnon (back) remained sidelined on Thursday.
McKinnon obviously needs to return on Friday, but he's still expected to suit up for Week 13. He'll be a borderline RB2 against the Panthers.
Latavius Murray (concussion) practiced again on Thursday.
It's unclear if Murray has gained final clearance, but that should be a formality at this point. Murray will be an upside RB2 against the Rams after dismantling the Chiefs for 112 yards and two touchdowns on only four carries in Week 12.
Harry Douglas (foot) returned to Falcons practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
The WR5 should be good to go for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
The Falcons expect Roddy White (ankle) to resume practicing on Friday.
Specifically, White will do "some" work. Coach Mike Smith didn't comment on White's Sunday status, but suiting up on Friday would put him on track to go against the Cardinals. White's status cannot be taken for granted, but he can remained penciled in as a WR2.
Updating an earlier item, Davante Adams was limited in Thursday's practice with a heel issue.
Earlier reports pegged Adams as "DNP." According to coach Mike McCarthy, Adams got "stepped on" in Wednesday's session. It's a good sign Adams got in some reps on Thursday, but his Friday status will be all important for his Week 13 availability.