Michael Crabtree (ankle) returned to Raiders practice Thursday.
Crabtree will be fine for Sunday's tough matchup with the Broncos. Crabtree is a low-end WR3 for Week 5.
Davante Adams (ankle) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.
He hasn't practiced since aggravating an ankle injury in Week 3. There's little chance of him suiting up Sunday against St. Louis. James Jones and Ty Montgomery will have more opportunities in his absence.
James Jones (hamstring) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) was also limited. Both will play Sunday against the Rams. With Davante Adams sidelined by an ankle injury, Jones has averaged a remarkable 118.5 yards per game over his last two contests.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Cobb tweaked his troublesome shoulder in last week's win, but never checked out of the game. He's a high-end WR1 for Week 5.
Robert Turbin (ankle) is "optimistic" he'll make his Browns debut Sunday against the Ravens.
Turbin returned to practice last week after suffering a high-ankle sprain during the preseason. He wasn't expected back for a couple more weeks. If Turbin suits up against Baltimore, he'll play a change-of-pace role behind Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson.
Falcons TE Jacob Tamme (concussion) is practicing in full for Week 5.
Tamme won't be a viable TE2 against the Redskins.
Charles Clay was added to the Bills' injury report on Thursday, getting in a limited session with a calf issue.
Coach Rex Ryan said it's not a serious issue. "Yeah, it was just a little thing," Ryan said. "We just put him as limited because I took him out. We had him out for a couple of plays. He’s fine." Clay remains a top-five option for Week 5.
Leonard Hankerson (thumb) remained limited on Thursday.
It's not a concern for his Week 5 status. HankTime has emerged as a legitimate WR3 under OC Kyle Shanahan.