Jeremy Langford (ankle) was "limited" in Thursday's practice.
It puts Langford on track to return from his four-game absence on Monday Night Football, but it's possible the Bears are just getting his feet wet ahead of a Week 10 return. The Bears are on bye in Week 9. If Langford does play, the Bears will have a chaotic three-man committee with Langford, Jordan Howard and Ka'Deem Carey.
Cameron Meredith (shoulder) was limited at Thursday's practice.
Meredith played his usual snaps against the Packers last week and didn't appear to be hurt. Maybe the Bears are just managing his reps. In a tough matchup against the Vikings, Meredith won't be more than a WR3/4 this week.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reports Julius Thomas (ankle) is a game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Titans.
Most signs have pointed toward Thomas playing, but the Jags won't be sure until his pre-game workout. Playing at less than 100 percent for an ineffective offense, Thomas will be merely a TE2 even if he suits up. We expect him to play.
Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
He played through a hamstring injury last week but should be closer to 100 percent Sunday against the Jets. Pryor finds himself on the WR2/3 borderline for Week 8.
USA Today reports the league recently interviewed Ezekiel Elliott about the allegations of domestic violence made by his ex-girlfriend.
Elliott, who insisted he was being set up, has already been criminally cleared. Typically, we would think he was out of the woods with regards to league discipline, but The Shield is undoubtedly feeling stung by its disastrous handling of the Josh Brown situation. That being said, there doesn't appear to be grounds for a suspension here.
Martellus Bennett (ankle) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
He's been limited for several weeks but has yet to miss a game. With Rob Gronkowski rounding into form, Bennett is beginning to lose his TE1 appeal. For what it's worth, he did have one of his best games when he faced Buffalo earlier this year, catching five-of-six targets for 109 yards.
Dwayne Allen (ankle) remained sidelined Thursday.
Allen is going to miss his second straight game, giving Jack Doyle another week of TE1 value. Erik Swoope will pick up Doyle's scraps.
Dealing with foot and hamstring issues, Colts WR Chester Rogers missed Wednesday and Thursday's practices.
With Phillip Dorsett (foot, hamstring) and Donte Moncrief (shoulder) both on track to return, Rogers appears poised to sit. Even if he plays, Rogers will be miles from fantasy relevance in every format.