DeSean Jackson remained out of Redskins practice Thursday.
Shane Vereen (shoulder) remained limited on Thursday.
Vereen has had durability issues, but there's been nothing to suggest this is anything more than the Pats' standard injury-report games. Vereen is fine for Week 3, where he'll be a borderline RB2 against the Raiders' ragged defense.
Julian Edelman (back) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
As is often the case with Patriots injury report designations, there's nothing to see here. Edelman is fine to fire up as a WR2 for Week 3.
Kyle Rudolph (abdomen) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
It would be nice to see Rudolph graduate to "full" on Friday, but his Week 3 status isn't in doubt. He's a mid-range TE1.
Dwayne Bowe (quad) is practicing in full for Week 3.
He'll be listed as probable, just as he was in Week 2. Bowe is a WR4.
De'Anthony Thomas (hamstring) was downgraded to DNP in Thursday's practice after being limited on Wednesday.
He's no longer on track to make his NFL debut this weekend. It's bad news for a Chiefs team that could be without Jamaal Charles (ankle), but irrelevant for fantasy purposes.
Garrett Graham (back) is on the Week 3 injury report, but practicing in full.
Inactive for Week 1, Graham drew only one target in his Week 2 return. He's not a viable TE2.
Cowboys TE Gavin Escobar has been limited with a knee injury in this week's practices.
It appears he'll suit up for Week 3, however. Escobar was supposed to be a bigger part of the Cowboys' offense this season, but has just one catch on two targets. He's off the re-draft radar.