Brandin Cooks (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 5.
Cooks was limited Wednesday, but practiced in full the last two days. He'll continue to play through his ankle issue. Cooks is Rotoworld's No. 28 receiver for Week 5.
Saints LT Terron Armstead (knee) has been ruled out for Week 5.
Armstead hasn't practiced since going down last week. It's a downgrade to the entire Saints' offensive line, with rookie Andrus Peat expected to start on Drew Brees' blindside. Amstead is the No. 2 overall tackle in PFF's rankings.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 5.
The Packers limited Cobb in practice after he played through a setback last week. His Week 5 status was never in doubt. Cobb is a high-end WR1 for Sunday's matchup with the Rams.
Vernon Davis (knee) has been ruled out for Week 5 against the Giants.
Davis was on track to return after practicing on a limited basis, but won't play for the second straight week. It's a missed opportunity against a Giants secondary that's struggled against tight ends. Garrett Celek will continue to start.
Andre Ellington (knee) is probable for Week 5 against the Lions.
After missing three games with a sprained PCL, Ellington is finally expected to play this week. Unfortunately, the absence allowed Chris Johnson to solidify himself as the starter. Until Johnson falters, Ellington will be little more than a low-end RB3.
Alfred Blue is dealing with a turf toe injury.
Coach Bill O'Brien characterized Blue as "day to day" at his Friday presser. It doesn't sound like something that will cost Blue any games, but it could hinder his on-field effectiveness. Blue is one of the Texans' three rotating backups behind Arian Foster, along with Chris Polk and Jonathan Grimes.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will look to improve against the run on Monday night when they face the San Diego Chargers.
The San Diego offense is just 20th in rushing yards per game, but the Steelers are coming off a Week 4 game where they gave up 191 rushing yards to the Baltimore backfield. "To be a great defense, we have to be able to take away the run. Obviously, Baltimore was struggling with the run going into that game, and we put them right back on track," linebacker Sean Spence said. The Steelers D/ST is a middling option on the road against a solid Chargers offense this week.
Fred Jackson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 5 against the Bengals.
It's possible F-Jax will be available in case of emergency against the Bengals, but players who try to play through high ankle sprains generally aren't very effective. With Marshawn Lynch formally ruled out, Thomas Rawls should be the Seahawks' every-down back with FB Derrick Coleman changing the pace.