Allen Hurns (neck, shoulder) was upgraded to "full" in Tuesday's practice.
Hurns was listed as "limited" on Monday, but the Jags didn't actually practice. He'll be ready to go as a low-end WR3 against the Titans.
Tajae Sharpe (knee) returned to Titans practice Tuesday, getting in a limited session.
It puts Sharpe on track for Thursday's game against the Jaguars, but doesn't guarantee he will suit up on a short week. Sharpe has faded from fantasy relevance, catching eight passes over his past four games.
Julius Thomas (ankle) was held out of Tuesday's practice.
Listed with his ankle last week, Thomas played 56-of-68 snaps against the Raiders. We'd guess the Jaguars are just managing his reps on a short week, but downgrades are always worthy of attention. Thomas' Wednesday status will be critical.
Broncos OLB DeMarcus Ware (arm) is expected to resume practicing this week.
Sidelined since Week 2, Ware is targeting a Week 9 return.
Broncos ILB Brandon Marshall is day to day with a hamstring injury.
Marshall appears genuinely questionable after tweaking his hamstring against the Texans. In the first season of a five-year, $34.553 million deal, Marshall has remained one of the league's best linebackers. Corey Nelson is the next man up.
The Houston Chronicle confirms Texans RT Derek Newton (torn patellar tendons) is facing an "uphill battle" to ever play again.
Newton is believed to have "additional damage" in addition to the patellar tendons. He will be in a wheelchair for "several weeks" following surgery. Newton turns 29 next month, and is signed through 2019. 2017 is probably out of the question.
Falcons released OG Mike Person.
A 14-game starter last season, Person had yet to be active in 2016. Person is a guard who can play center (poorly) in a pinch.
Falcons released LB A.J. Hawk and OG Mike Person.
Long one of the worst linebackers in football, Hawk had yet to play a snap since signing 21 days ago.