John SkeltonÂ (ARI)–Skelton is not expected to play Sunday after injuring his ankle in last weekâ€™s win over the Seahawks. Early reports indicated that Skelton will be out 2-4 weeks so the job will go to Kevin Kolb for the time being.
Jake LockerÂ (TEN)–Locker is on track to start for the Titans in Week 2 although he has been limited in practice this week. He hurt his left shoulder in last weekâ€™s loss to the Patriots but the injury will not be serious enough to keep him out.
Fred JacksonÂ (BUF)–Jackson sprained his LCL in his knee on Week 1 and is expected to miss at most four weeks. C.J. Spiller will take his spot in the backfield and he produced well once Jackson exited against the Jets, so donâ€™t expect the Bills to rush Jackson back too fast.
Rashad JenningsÂ (JAC)–Jennings was held out of practice on Thursday, which has made his status questionable for Week 2 against the Texans. The Jaguars have no reason to rush Jennings, who is recovery from a knee injury, so donâ€™t expect to see him on the field this week.
Daniel ThomasÂ (MIA)–Thomas was held out of practice on Thursday for the second straight day which has been caused by a concussion he sustained in Week 1. He is considered questionable for Week 2 against the Raiders, but he will have to improve significantly if he wants to play in this one.
Jonathan StewartÂ (CAR)–Stewart fully participated in practice for the second straight day on Thursday, which means he is likely to play this week against the Saints. He missed last weekâ€™s game with an ankle injury but he appears to be over it, so expect him to split the carries with DeAngelo Williams on Sunday.
Trent RichardsonÂ (CLE)–Richardson reports no issues after practice on Thursday and is expected to not be limited in this weekendâ€™s game against the Bengals. This is a great sign for the Richardson, who recovery from knee surgery and now we will be able to really see what he can do with a full workload.
Arian FosterÂ (HOU)–Foster was a full participant in practice on Thursday after exiting practice early on Wednesday due to an illness. He is expected to play this weekend against the Jaguars, so donâ€™t hit the panic button.
Jonathan DwyerÂ (PIT)–Dwyer was able to return to practice on Thursday after being held out of practice on Wednesday with a foot injury. The injury does not appear to be serious so he should be in the mix to get carries out of the Steelers backfield on Sunday.
Rashard MendenhallÂ (PIT)–Mendenhall, who is recovery from knee surgery, has now participated in practice each of the last two days. He is considered probable for this weekendâ€™s game against the Jets, but donâ€™t expect him to get the bulk of the workload.
Ryan MathewsÂ (SD)–Mathews was limited in practice on Thursday and is considered questionable for Sundayâ€™s game against the Titans. He is recovery from a clavicle injury so the Chargers need to make sure he can take hits before he returns to action and it appears he is still a week away from returning.
Marshawn LynchÂ (SEA)–Lynch was a full participant in Thursdayâ€™s practice and is considered probable for this weekâ€™s game against the Cowboys. The Seahawks top running back has been suffering from back spasms, but it appears he has put that behind him.
Devery HendersonÂ (NO)–Henderson suffered a concussion in last weekâ€™s loss to the Redskins and has yet to practice this week. He is considered questionable for Sundayâ€™s game against the Panthers but if he doesnâ€™t get on the practice field on Friday he will likely be downgraded to doubtful.
Nate WashingtonÂ (TEN)–The Titans are hopeful that Washington will be able to play on Sunday, but he has yet to practice this week due to a calf injury. He is expected to practice on Friday and if he does he should be a go for this weekend.
Kenny BrittÂ (TEN)–Britt has been limited in practice this week but is expected to play this weekend against the Chargers. He missed Week 1 due to a one-game suspension and will need to keep his head straight if he doesnâ€™t want that to happen again.
Pierre GarconÂ (WAS)–Britt suffered from a foot injury on Sunday and has been limited in practice this week making him questionable for Week 2. The Redskins reported that if he can tolerate the pain they will let him play, but that
Steve SmithÂ (CAR)–Despite being limited in practice on Thursday, the Panthers are confident that Smith will play on Sunday. He is suffering from knee soreness, but the injury done not appear to be serious, but more of a lingering one.
Calvin JohnsonÂ (DET)–The Lions expect to have their top receiving option on Sunday after Johnson was able to return to practice on Thursday. He missed practice on Wednesday due to a foot injury, but it doesnâ€™t appear to be too serious.
Austin CollieÂ (IND)–Despite practicing in full on Wednesday, Collie was not able to practice on Thursday which makes him questionable for this weekâ€™s game against the Vikings. The Colts report that he is ready to play this weekend, but we will have to wait and see.
Hakeem NicksÂ (NYG)–Nicks returned to practice on Thursday as expected but was limited in is participation due to a foot injury. Although he is listed as questionable, Nicks will be on the field on Sunday but his snaps may be limited.
Denarious MooreÂ (OAK)–Moore was close to playing in Week 1, but the Raiders did not want to take the chance on him injury his hamstring further so he didnâ€™t play. He has been able to practice this week in limited participation, but if he plays on Sunday his snaps will be limited.
Jeremy MaclinÂ (PHI)–Maclin missed practice again on Thursday, suffering from a hip injury, and will likely be out Week 2 if he doesnâ€™t practice on Friday. Be sure to read up on his participant, if any, on Friday to determine him availability for Sundayâ€™s game against the Ravens.
Sidney RiceÂ (SEA)–Rice did not practice on Thursday for the second straight day making his status for Week 2 in question. He suffered a knee injury in last weekâ€™s loss to the Cardinals and even if he does play it will likely be in a limited fashion.
Dustin KellerÂ (NYJ)–Keller was unable to practice on Thursday after suffering a hamstring injury on Wednesday. He came down with the same injury this preseason, so expect him to be a game-time decision for Sundayâ€™s game against eh Steelers.
Antonio GatesÂ (SD)–Gates suffered a rib injury in Mondayâ€™s win over the Raiders, but is expected to play on Sunday. Over the last few years Gates didnâ€™t practice but played on Sundayâ€™s so seeing him as a non-participant in practice this week isnâ€™t a big deal.
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