Dexter McCluster (foot) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It's a good sign that McCluster is practicing, but his Week 3 status remains uncertain. If McCluster misses time, it would create an opportunity for rookie Bishop Sankey to get an expanded role.
Rod Streater (hip) did not practice Wednesday.
Streater suffered a hip flexor in the Week 2 loss and underwent an MRI on Monday. The Raiders like to keep injury news close to the vest, so we're not expecting to hear much on Streater before the weekend. Consider him questionable.
Maurice Jones-Drew (hand) did not practice Wednesday.
Speaking on Monday, MJD didn't sound optimistic about his chances of playing against the Patriots. If he can't go, Darren McFadden would get the start, with Marcel Reece and Latavius Murray spelling him in the backfield.
Robert Woods (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It's a new injury for Woods, who played 47-of-59 snaps last week. His status will be updated again on Thursday.
Sammy Watkins (ribs) is practicing in full this week.
Watkins had to come off the field multiple times in Week 2, but didn't have any setbacks. He's an upside WR3 for Sunday's matchup with the Chargers.
Ravens rookie DT Timmy Jernigan has a "meniscus issue" that could force him to miss one or two games.
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens hope Jernigan will avoid surgery and be able to play through the injury after a week or two of rest. Jernigan has played 31 defensive snaps across Baltimore's first two games, filling in admirably against the run. DeAngelo Tyson and Christo Bilukidi will have to step up.
Doug Martin (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game against the Falcons.
Despite the questionable tag, Martin practiced all week and is expected to play. He ran with the first-team offense over Bobby Rainey and appears on track to start. Martin will be an RB2/3 against the Falcons' bottom-ten run defense.
Panthers placed RE Greg Hardy on the NFL's exempt/commissioner's permission list.
As expected. After the Vikings used the exempt list to banish Adrian Peterson while his child-abuse case is resolved, it gave the Panthers an avenue to use on Hardy. The 26-year-old Pro Bowl pass rusher was convicted of domestic assault in July. The Panthers are a little late to the party after Hardy was allowed to play Week 1, but the NFL also has done absolutely nothing to punish Hardy. He'll now stay away from the team for an undetermined amount of time while collecting his $13.116 million guaranteed salary. The Panthers will roll with a combination of Kony Ealy and Mario Addison opposite LE Charles Johnson. No. 3 DE Frank Alexander has two more games left on his four-game suspension.