Ty Montgomery (illness) is listed as questionable for Week 8.
He was "limited" in practice again on Friday. Players almost never sit when listed with an "illness," and there have been no indications that Montgomery is in danger of missing Sunday's game against Atlanta, whose defense has been gashed by backfield options all season long.
Devonta Freeman (hip) is no longer on the Falcons' Week 8 injury report.
Freeman was limited on Wednesday but has practiced fully the last two days. With Tevin Coleman (hamstring) out, Freeman will be the Falcons' unquestioned workhorse Sunday against the Packers. Even in a tough matchup, Freeman is a no-brainer RB1 this week.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 8.
He was limited in practice for the third straight day on Friday. Cobb seems likely to suit up against Atlanta, but the hamstring injury is cause for some concern regarding his in-game effectiveness. It would be a surprise if he sat out.
Carson Palmer (hamstring) practiced fully on Friday.
He's not listed on the Cardinals' final injury report and will be all systems go for Sunday's battle against Carolina. Palmer has underwhelmed this year but has a plus matchup waiting against the Panthers' overmatched secondary.
Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson is no longer on the Week 8 injury report.
Peterson experienced back pain in last week's tie with Seattle and missed Wednesday's practice with a rib injury, but he'll be all systems go for Sunday's showdown with Kelvin Benjamin.
Eric Ebron (knee, ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 8.
The Lions list anyone dealing with any sort of nick as questionable. Ebron was a full practice participant on Thursday and Friday. He will be in the starting lineup for Sunday's date with the Texans.
Theo Riddick (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 8.
Riddick was a full participant in practice on Thursday and Friday, so it would be surprising if he didn't play against the Texans. Houston's defense is allowing the NFL's fewest receptions to opposing running backs, which is a small concern for Riddick's fantasy prospects. Still, he should be the Lions' lead back and is therefore worthy of RB2/flex consideration.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Broncos will decide whether to place C.J. Anderson (knee) on injured reserve within the next 24 hours.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported earlier this week that Anderson was being placed on I.R. but apparently Denver has yet to make a decision. Estimates for his recovery time have been all over the map, ranging from as few as two weeks to as many as eight. We're guessing it will be closer to eight. Devontae Booker will serve as Denver's workhorse during Anderson's absence and could ascend to weekly RB1 status.