Williams, who finished off Friday's preseason game with 11 carries for 42 yards and a touchdown but left with a rib injury, tested out fine after the game, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
The rookie should end up making the team, but right now he seems to be behind Mike Gillislee and Reggie Bush in terms of likely role size behind LeSean McCoy. Things can change quickly, though, and Williams' prospects did take a jump in the last week when the team rid itself of Karlos Williams.
Dareus (suspension) has opted to leave the Bills in order to receive treatment. "After careful consideration of recent events within my life, I have made the decision to enter a rehabilitation facility," he said in a statement. "I feel this is the best decision for me, my family and my teammates as I move forward with my career. I appreciate the support of my teammates and the Bills organization through this process."
Earlier this week, Dareus received his second suspension for a violation of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Among other issues in his personal life, he'll extend his time away from the team with the aim of getting on the straight and narrow. If the defensive tackle indeed comes back to the Bills with a different state of mind, his pass-rushing prowess will be valuable, as he's notched 31.5 sacks in 78 career games.
Ragland's knee has too much swelling for a clear diagnosis to made right now regarding the injury he suffered during last Friday's practice, NFL.com reports.
Ragland had an initial MRI that revealed what is believed to be a partial ACL tear, but was slated to get a second opinion Monday. However, since his knee is still pretty swollen, coach Rex Ryan could not give an update on his condition following practice. As a result, Ragland's situation will have to continue to be monitored, but Buffalo's signings of veteran linebackers Brandon Spikes and David Hawthorne on Sunday seem to indicate Ragland could be slated for an extended sideline stint.
Huff has been suspended one game for a violation of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
Huff has played 63 and 81 percent of the special teams snaps for the Titans in his first two professional campaigns, respectively. Along the way, the safety has accrued 33 tackles (22 solo), four passes defended, one interception for a touchdown, and one sack in 30 career games. After missing the Titans' season opener on Sept. 11 against the Vikings, Huff will be eligible to play in Week 2 at Detroit.
Wright (hamstring strain) is expected to miss Saturday's preseason game against the Raiders, the Tennessean reports.
Wright, who has been running on a side field of late during practices, is thus a candidate to see some action in the Titans' preseason finale against the Dolphins next week. On the plus side, the Tennessean report notes that Wright, who posted career-lows in catches (36) and yards (408) in 10 games last season, has "drawn praise from the coaching staff for the work he's done while injured." Once his health is re-established, look for Wright to remain a presence in the slot for Titans, with Rishard Matthews and Tajae Sharpe appearing on track to start on the outside for the team.
Wallace (ankle) returned to practice Friday, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports.
Wallace suffered a high ankle sprain during practice in early August, forcing the rookie to the sideline for a matter of weeks. The Titans take on the Panthers in their second preseason contest Saturday, but Wallace may not be ready to return to game action at this point. His next opportunity to play would be the following Saturday in Oakland.
Turzilli is dealing with both a groin and thumb injury, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
It's unclear exactly when he suffered the injuries, but it's likely going to keep him limited for the time being. The Titans face off with the Panthers on Saturday in the team's second preseason outing, so it remains questionable whether or not Turzilli will be available. Turzilli is suspended for the first four games of the season for his use of performance-enhancing substances, making the injury just another hit to his chances of making the final roster.