Crockett Gillmore (calf) remained sidelined at practice Friday.
He hasn't practice since going down in Week 3. Maxx Williams and Nick Boyle will continue to fill Gillmore's shoes Week 5 against the Browns.
Eric Ebron (knee) was running off to the side at Friday's practice.
Ebron isn't going to play this week, but word around the Lions is that Ebron could be back sooner than the three-week timetable he provided to ESPN's Josina Anderson. Brandon Pettigrew and Tim Wright will man tight end Sunday.
Joique Bell (ankle) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.
He's not going to play Week 5 against the Cardinals. Ameer Abdullah will get another start and be backed up by between-the-tackles-type Zach Zenner, with Theo Riddick getting work as a pass-game specialist. Bell is week-to-week.
Julius Thomas (hand) is listed as questionable for Week 5 against the Bucs.
Nobody is expecting Thomas to make his season debut this week. He's still yet to gain clearance to play, though he was allowed to start catching passes this week. More than likely, Thomas will be back Week 6 against Houston.
Denard Robinson (knee) is doubtful for Week 5 against the Bucs.
Still recovering from a sprained MCL, Robinson has been out since getting hurt Week 2. He should be nearing a return within the next couple weeks.
Marqise Lee (hamstring) is doubtful for Week 5 against the Bucs.
He's not going to play. Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns are locked in as Jacksonville's top two receivers. Bryan Walters has played sparingly as the No. 3.
Karlos Williams (concussion) remained sidelined at Bills practice Friday.
That's three consecutive missed practices for Williams as he struggles to get through the league's concussion protocol. He's virtually certain to miss Sunday's game against the Titans. Look for Anthony Dixon to get the ceremonial start, but word around the team is Dan Herron could lead the backfield in touches.
Giants DC Steve Spagnuolo praised LE Kerry Wynn after his strong Week 4 against the Bills.
"He's been great. I think Wynn has been one of our more consistent, dependable, physical, fast football players, and we've needed it obviously out there at defensive end," Spagnuolo said. Wynn has started the past two game and is PFF's second-ranked 4-3 end in run defense at the season's quarter pole. He almost single-handedly was responsible for Karlos Williams' down game last week.