Jamaal Charles (knee) is active for Sunday's Week 7 game against the Saints.
He was considered doubtful as recently as a few hours ago. Charles will surely be on a snap count with Spencer Ware again functioning as the Chiefs' lead back. Ware remains an RB1 while Charles figures to be in the flex/RB2 conversation. The Chiefs' Week 7 inactives are as follows: QB Tyler Bray, OL Jordan Devey, CB Phillip Gaines, CB Terrance Mitchell, LB Sio Moore, TE Ross Travis and OL Bryan Witzmann.
Tyler Eifert (back) is active for Week 7 against the Browns.
Bills declared WR Robert Woods, QB Cardale Jones, RB Jonathan Williams, OT Seantrel Henderson, C Patrick Lewis, OT Michael Ola, and DT Marcell Dareus inactive for Week 7 against the Dolphins.
Woods has a foot injury. Dareus remains sidelined with a hamstring issue.
Lions RB Dwayne Washington (ankle) is inactive for Week 7 against the Redskins.
As is Theo Riddick (ankle), leaving Zach Zenner and Justin Forsett to form an unpredictable committee. Neither player is a legitimate RB3. Also inactive for the Lions are NT Haloti Ngata, CB Adarius Barnes, TE Eric Ebron, LB DeAndre Levy and OT Corey Robinson.
DeSean Jackson (shoulder) is active for Week 7 against the Lions.
Stefon Diggs (groin) is active for Week 7 against the Eagles.
Diggs' availability was never in any real doubt after he got in a full practice Friday, but he has struggled in his last two games and is facing a tough defense. He is more of a WR3. Minnesota declared DT Sharrif Floyd (knee), TE MyCole Pruitt (knee, ankle), WR Jarius Wright (ankle), WR Laquon Treadwell (thumb), LB Kentrell Brothers, C Nick Easton, and OG Willie Beavers inactive for Week 7.
Latavius Murray (toe) is active for Week 7 against Jacksonville.
LeSean McCoy (hamstring) is active for Week 7 against the Dolphins.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports McCoy will be on a 25-35 plays limit, while NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said McCoy "should be his normal self." Bills beat writer Joe Buscaglia advises staying away from both McCoy and Mike Gillislee in fantasy. At the end of the day, this is a play/fade at your own risk situation. We have no idea why the Bills are pushing McCoy so hard to play.