Reed (concussion) has been cleared to travel with the Redskins to London.
Receiving clearance to travel doesn't necessarily mean that Reed will be able to suit up Sunday against the Bengals. Instead, he'll take part in practice Friday, after which he may make another visit to an independent neurologist. The latter point is the most crucial one for determining his availability, so Friday's injury report will be of utmost interest to those invested in the tight end. If Reed remains sidelined, Vernon Davis will continue to act as the starting TE.
The NFL has suspended Redd indefinitely for a violation of the league's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Bans of this variety are due to continued positive tests, which is evident as Redd has yet to serve a four-gamer for a similar violation due to his recovery from a torn ACL and MCL. Once healthy enough to return to the field, he'll have to bide his time and do his due diligence considering NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be in charge of any reinstatement effort.
Galette will have surgery to repair his torn right Achilles tendon, ruling him out for this season.
Galette's injury was revealed last week, but there remained a small hope that he may be able to avoid surgery and eventually play this year. However, upon since announcing his decision to undergo surgery, Galette can now be ruled out for the entire 2016 campaign, marking his second straight season lost due to an Achilles injury. With Galette sidelined once again, the Redskins will hope Preston Smith can build on his eight-sack rookie season and work with Trent Murphy at Washington's outside linebacker position opposite Ryan Kerrigan.
Dareus (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Dareus will look to get back to full participation by the end of the week with a tough matchup against the Patriots on Sunday approaching. Fellow nose tackle Corbin Bryant is also dealing with an ankle issue, so Dareus could see quite a large workload given he's ultimately able to play.
Woods (foot) practiced on a limited basis Thursday for the second straight day.
Things are starting to look hopeful that the wideout can return this week against the Patriots, and the Bills could certainly use him, with Sammy Watkins and Greg Salas out, and LeSean McCoy and Marquise Goodwin looking dicey.
Williams signed with the Steelers' practice squad Wednesday.
Williams was let go by the Bills after he showed up this summer grossly out of shape and then received a four-game suspension for a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy. However, he did score nine touchdowns for the Bills last season, so putting him on the practice squad and seeing what he can do seems like a good low-risk signing by the Steelers. Still, some other team could pluck him off there pretty quickly.
Reddick, who suffered a sprained MCL in practice Friday, was waived/injured by the Bills on Sunday.
The Bills didn't have much choice here with several other linebackers injured and reinforcements needed. If Reddick clears injury waivers, the Bills can then either place the him on IR or agree to an injury settlement with him.
Coach Rex Ryan said Monday that Listenbee, a sixth-round rookie out of TCU, still isn't ready to practice as he recovers from double hernia surgery, The Buffalo News reports.
Even though the Bills have been decimated at wideout all season, there's simply not going to be enough time for this year to be anything more than rehab and learning for the speedy rookie, who's incredibly raw but may also be one of the NFL's fastest players once he's back.