Russell Wilson (knee, pectoral) remained limited on Thursday.
Wilson has guaranteed he'll suit up against the Saints, but he's looking seriously limited. He could already barely move before the pec injury. A rethink might be required of Wilson's top-five Week 8 status.
Julius Thomas (ankle) is active for Week 8 against the Titans.
We haven't heard anything about Thomas being on a snap count, but he can't be trusted as a TE1 on a short week at less than 100 percent health. Inactive for the Jaguars are WR Rashad Greene, TE Neal Sterling, DE Jared Odrick, RB Corey Grant, QB Brandon Allen, CB Josh Johnson and OL Bryce Harris.
Denver LB DeMarcus Ware (arm) took part in on-field drills on Wednesday for the first time since fracturing his forearm in Week 2.
Ware was limited in Thursday's practice and although the linebacker is unlikely to play this week, a Week 9 return looks possible. Even without the services of Ware for the last five weeks, the Denver defense leads the NFL with 22 sacks and will continue to roll upon his return. The Broncos D/ST is weekly starting fantasy option and will face San Diego in Week 8.
Titans WR Tajae Sharpe (knee) is active for Week 8 against the Jaguars.
It doesn't move the needle. We don't have Sharpe rated as a playable asset this week. Inactive for the Titans are WR Harry Douglas, CB Perrish Cox, S Rashad Johnson, LG Quinton Spain, TE Jace Amaro, LB Kevin Dodd and DL Austin Johnson. Brian Schwenke is filling in for Spain.
DeSean Jackson (hamstring, shoulder) remained "limited" on Thursday.
The Redskins have been limiting Jackson's practice reps pretty much all season. D-Jax is a boom/bust WR3 who hasn't boomed much this season.
Jamison Crowder (groin) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Crowder's status doesn't appear to be in doubt, but Jordan Reed's return has him off the WR4 radar.
Demaryius Thomas (hip) was limited in Wednesday and Thursday's practices.
Thomas has tweaked his hip a few times this season, but will be good to go against the Chargers. He's a mid-range WR2.
Hunter Henry (concussion) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.
It means that, barring an unforeseen setback, Henry will be good to go against the Broncos. With Antonio Gates remaining one of Philip Rivers' favorite targets, Henry has downside to match his considerable upside. He's best utilized as a risk/reward TE2.