Andrew Luck (ankle, shoulder) was limited at Thursday's practice.
Luck was a full participant at Wednesday's session. He's been limited almost all season, so fantasy owners shouldn't be concerned about his status for Sunday. Luck will be a locked-in QB1 against the Titans in Week 7.
T.Y. Hilton (hip) didn't practice Thursday.
It's a step in the wrong direction after Hilton was limited on Wednesday. Mid-week downgrades are never good, but it's possible the Colts are just resting Hilton after he played through his hip issue on Sunday night. Hilton still has a chance to play this week, but his status can't be taken for granted.
Eric Ebron (ankle, knee) didn't practice Thursday.
Ebron isn't going to return for Sunday's game against Washington. He remains week to week.
Steelers ILB Ryan Shazier (knee) expects to return against the Patriots in Week 7.
Shazier returned to a full practice on Thursday and is on track to play for the first time since Week 3. Vince Williams will head back to the bench upon his return.
Dwayne Washington (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Washington looks on track to return after sitting out last week. He could lead Detroit in carries, but will be part of a committee with Justin Forsett and Zach Zenner. Washington isn't more than an RB4 for Week 7.
DeAngelo Williams (knee) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.
Williams sat out Wednesday's session but the Steelers claimed it wasn't injury related. His continued absence on Thursday suggests that Williams is indeed hurt. Even if he plays this week, Williams won't have much of a role with Le'Veon Bell getting almost all of Pittsburgh's rushing work. Fitzgerald Toussaint is listed third on the Steelers' running back depth chart.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports LeSean McCoy (hamstring) isn't expected to play Sunday and could miss multiple weeks.
Buffalo was holding out hope on McCoy, but he's not going to play after suffering a setback in Wednesday's practice. An earlier report suggested he's only dealing with a Grade 1 strain, though his status beyond this week is in question given his history of hamstring issues. Mike Gillislee will start in McCoy's place and is a plug-and-play RB2 against Miami. The Bills could also be without Robert Woods this week.
Corey Coleman will undergo X-rays on Monday to see if his broken hand has healed.
Coleman said his hand feels "good" and is hoping he'll be cleared to practice next week. The first-round rookie injured his hand in practice about a month ago. He looked great before the injury, recording seven catches for 173 yards and two touchdowns over two games. Coleman is worth a speculative add in deeper leagues.