Kyle Rudolph (ankle, knee) remained sidelined Thursday.
The injury-prone tight end appears poised to miss Sunday's finale.
A.J. Green (arm) returned to Bengals practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
It confirms that Green is on track to suit up for Sunday evening's AFC North title game. Green will likely be listed as "questionable" on Friday's injury report, but all signs point toward him playing against the Steelers.
Joique Bell (Achilles') is uncertain for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Bell was held out of Thursday's practice. Asked if he'll be available for Sunday's NFC North title game, coach Jim Caldwell offered a cagey "we'll see." Bell's absence would be big for a Lions team without much of a between-the-tackles presence behind him on the depth chart. Reggie Bush and Theo Riddick would split work, with George Winn being mixed in.
Harry Douglas (foot) returned to Falcons practice Thursday.
Douglas will be ready to rock as Atlanta's No. 3 receiver against the Panthers.
Roddy White (ankle) returned to Falcons practice Thursday.
White will be good to go opposite Julio Jones in Sunday's NFC South title game against the Panthers.
Steven Jackson (quad) remained sidelined Thursday.
Jackson is expected to miss Sunday's NFC South title game. Devonta Freeman and Jacquizz Rodgers will form a committee against the Panthers. We'd expect Freeman to be used more between the tackles, with Rodgers doing work in the passing game, though the duo will likely be utilized in similar fashion.
Julio Jones (oblique) remained sidelined Thursday.
Jones could miss Friday's session, as well, but will suit up at less than 100 percent health for Sunday's winner-take-all tilt against the Panthers. He can be trusted in daily leagues.
The Arizona Republic reports the Cardinals have decided to bench Logan Thomas, and will go with Ryan Lindley for Sunday's finale against the 49ers.
Thomas' tenure under center is over before it even began. Per AZCardinals.com's Darren Urban, the decision comes after the fourth-round rookie was "seriously shaky" in practice. It's a bit of a surprise after Lindley was an utter nightmare in last week's loss, but coach Bruce Arians must have been confident Thomas would be even worse. It's still possible Thomas could see action off the bench. The Cardinals will be in major trouble if Drew Stanton (knee) isn't ready for the postseason.