Khiry Robinson (forearm) remained sidelined at Saints practice Thursday.
Robinson has referred to his injury as a "little boo-boo," but his Week 8 status is up in the air. At the very least, he needs to get in a limited session on Friday. Mark Ingram is shaping up as a legit RB2 when Robinson banged up and Pierre Thomas (shoulder) sidelined.
Jimmy Graham (shoulder) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Graham will likely remain limited on Friday ahead of earning a "questionable" tag for Sunday's game against the Packers. Barring a setback, Graham is going to play, but his workload will be hard to predict after he was limited to two targets in Week 4. With Graham's upside so immense, he's Rotoworld's No. 4 tight end for Week 8 despite his dodgy health.
Giovani Bernard (ribs) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
There's been no indication that Bernard's ribs issue is a concern for his Week 8 status. He can be fired up as a borderline RB1 against the Ravens' stout run defense.
Dez Bryant (shoulder) is on the Week 8 injury report, but practicing in full.
Bryant is Rotoworld's No. 3 receiver for Week 8.
Colt McCoy will be the Redskins' Week 8 starter.
Although Robert Griffin III (ankle) is "steadily progressing," he's not ready for Monday Night Football against the Cowboys. Starting over Kirk Cousins, McCoy is in a Week 8 race to the bottom with newly anointed Titans starter Zach Mettenberger.
Panthers LT Byron Bell (elbow) is expected to start Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Barring a setback, Bell will be ready to protect Cam Newton's blindside after being forced from last week's blowout loss to the Packers.
DeAngelo Williams (ankle) will miss Week 8, but the Panthers are "hopeful" he can return for next Thursday's game against the Saints.
Sunday will be D-Will's fourth-straight absence. He's yet to resume practicing, so a Week 9 return is far from a sure thing. The injury-prone Williams is a weak stash in 10-12 team re-draft leagues.
Speaking Thursday, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley confirmed Denard Robinson will remain the starting running back for Week 8 even with Toby Gerhart (foot) returning.
Bradley said Gerhart will get "some reps," but Gerhart was being phased out of his starting job even before he started missing games. He'll fight for scraps with Jordan Todman and Storm Johnson behind Shoelace. Robinson is the only Jaguars' runner worth starting for Week 8, though he has a difficult matchup in the Dolphins' solid run defense.