Michael Floyd (concussion) returned to Cardinals practice Thursday, getting in a "full" session.
Floyd was looking dicey for Sunday's game against the Rams after he reported a concussion on Monday, but he's suddenly on track to start. Off to a slow start as Larry Fitzgerald dominates targets, Floyd will be a low-end WR3 against the Rams. His quick recovery knocks John Brown from the WR3 fringes.
Tavon Austin (shoulder) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.
The Rams are just managing Austin's practice reps. He'll be his typical WR4 against the Cardinals.
Jamaal Charles (knee) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
There's yet to be an indication this will be the week Charles makes his 2016 debut. We should get official word on Friday.
Dez Bryant (knee) says he got "great feedback" on his knee injury from Dr. James Andrews.
Dr. Andrews is someone players never want to visit, but the best possible person to get good news from. Bryant is still expected to miss Sunday's game against the 49ers, but perhaps he'll be ready to roll for Week 5.
Jarvis Landry (shoulder) and DeVante Parker (hamstring) will both be active for Thursday Night Football.
There was never any concern about either player's status. Landry is on the WR1 borderline against a defense that just got eaten up by Emmanuel Sanders, while Parker has WR3 appeal. The Bengals have allowed the third most passing touchdowns (nine) in football.
Garrett Celek (back) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Celek will probably be good to go for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, but his TE2/3 status will depend on Vance McDonald's (hip) health. McDonald returned to practice Thursday, getting in a limited session of his own.
Willie Snead (toe) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Snead is on track to return against the Chargers, but it isn't a slam dunk. Unfortunately, the game is at 4:25ET, and the Saints are one of the league's least-honest teams with injury information. Owners can pencil Snead in, but still need to have a back-up plan ready.
Julio Jones (calf) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
The Falcons are just managing his reps. Jones will be fine for Sunday's tilt with Carolina. He should be in for a bounce-back game after being held to just 16 yards in Monday night's win over the Saints.