Julius Thomas (ankle) was limited at Thursday's practice.
It's a downgrade for Thomas, who was a full participant at Wednesday's session. While it's never a good sign when players pop up on the injury report late in the week, there's no reason to worry about Thomas' for Sunday. He'll be on the TE1 borderline in a great matchup against the Raiders' non-existent secondary.
Tyler Eifert (back) was listed as limited in Thursday's practice.
Updating a previous item, Odell Beckham (hip) was limited in Thursday's practice.
Beckham wasn't on the field for the portion of practice open to the media, but got in some work after being held out Wednesday. There hasn't been any concern over his Week 7 status. ESPN's Jordan Raanan says "it would be an upset" if Beckham didn't start Sunday's game in London. He's a top-five receiver play against the Rams.
Redskins LB/S Su'a Cravens (concussion) returned to a full practice on Thursday.
He remains in the league's concussion protocol but is obviously making progress. It's quite possible he'll be cleared in time to play Sunday against Detroit. The second-round rookie hasn't seen the field since Week 4.
Carson Palmer (hamstring) didn't practice on Thursday.
Palmer was working off to the side with a trainer. He was also seen throwing lightly during the open portion of practice but wasn't wearing a helmet. Palmer strained his hamstring in Monday night's win over the Jets. We're guessing he'll be fine for Sunday night's game against Seattle, though it would take some of the stress away if he returned to at least a limited session on Friday.
Robert Woods (foot) remained in a walking boot Thursday, and has yet to test his injured foot.
Woods says he's doing "everything possible" to get ready for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, but he's beginning to look mighty doubtful. Woods' absence would leave the Bills' receiver corps laughably thin.
Updating an earlier report, Tyler Eifert (back) was a full participant at Thursday's practice.
It looks like we'll finally see Eifert back in uniform Sunday against Cleveland. It's unclear if he'll be on a snap count, but Eifert is certainly deserving of TE1 consideration whenever he's healthy. He led all tight ends with 13 receiving touchdowns in 2015.
Travis Benjamin (knee) returned to practice on Thursday.
Per Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune San Diego, Benjamin is expected to play Sunday "barring a setback." In a good matchup against the Falcons' weak secondary, Benjamin checks in at No. 29 in RotoPat's Week 7 wide receiver rankings.