Speedy Bills wideout Marquise Goodwin (ribs) has been officially ruled out for the Week 4 battle against the Giants.
Goodwin has now been guaranteed to miss at least a quarter of the 2015 season. He appears to be getting closer to a return, but he missed a good opportunity this week with Sammy Watkins also sidelined.
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw 42 passes and only Charles Clay (13) had more targets than Harvin, but the wideout simply couldn't haul in enough to make a fantasy impact. He failed to get a rushing attempt for the first time this season, though he'd only gotten four in the first three games combined. Harvin has now gone three straight games without a touchdown and failed to reach the 70-yard mark, as Taylor continues to spread around the targets to a number of options. He'll look to bounce back in Week 5 against the Titans, who are coming off their bye.
Hogan caught a season-high five balls for 43 yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants. He was on the field for 71 percent of the offensive plays.
That will go down when Sammy Watkins returns from his calf injury, though Watkins seems about 50-50 for this week's game in Tennessee. Hogan is a viable option when he does break into the top three, as he's got a good set of hands and has decent red-zone skills.
McCoy (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
Karlos Williams (concussion) was also absent from Thursday's practice, with both players remaining pretty iffy for Week 5. If neither McCoy or Williams can play, Anthony Dixon would be in line to start at running back for the Bills in Sunday's game against the Titans.
Bills safety Bacarri Rambo (thigh) will likely miss Sunday's game against the Titans, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
Rambo has been filling in for Aaron Williams (neck), which means the Bills may be down to a third-string safety for Sunday's game in Tennessee. Duke Williams would likely get the start, and Buffalo's defense is otherwise in good health.
Watkins (calf) was spotted taking part in individual drills during Thursday's practice, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
Watkins figures to be listed as a limited practice participant by the Bills, but his presence on the field Thursday, in any capacity, is nonetheless a step in the right direction in advance of Sunday's game against the Titans.
Bills safety Aaron Williams, who has missed the last two games due to a neck injury, was back in full pads for Wednesday's practice, The Buffalo News reports.
The team expects Williams to play this week against the Titans. Williams is the Bills' best safety, and he and Corey Graham pretty nice tandem in an area that has suffered in this week's loss to the Giants with backups in there.
The same applies to fellow RB LeSean McCoy, with Anthony Dixon continuing to work as the Bills' lead back in the duo's absence. More on Williams' Week 5 status no later than Friday's injury report, but at this stage both he and McCoy are looking pretty iffy for Sunday's contest against the Titans.
Williams missed Wednesday's practice due to a calf injury.
Williams also seems to be having a tough time in Rex Ryan's new defense, as he's picked up just nine tackles and no sacks so far after logging 41 and 5.5 in 2014. He seems to be lined up out too wide for his liking at times, and until he gets a better handle on the new style of play, isn't worth owning in IDP formats.
Bills cornerbak Leodis McKelvin has been placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list after suffering a setback in his rehab from ankle surgery, per the team website. He will be lost for at least the first six games of the regular season.
Packers wide receiver Davante Adams (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Adams will be re-evaluated Thursday, though a return to the field isn't expected in the near future. The Packers have two games before reaching their bye in Week 7, meaning the team may exercise caution to ensure Adams is healthy for the long haul.
Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (shoulder) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Cobb's previous limited showing in drills occurred in advance of Week 2, but owners shouldn't fret, as his availability for Sunday's game isn't in peril. The upcoming matchup should provide numerous opportunities to prosper, as the Rams defense has yielded 36 receptions and 396 yards to wideouts over the past two weeks.
Packers wide receiver James Jones (hamstring) was limited at practice Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Jones has been a revelation in his return to Green Bay this season, leading the team with 317 receiving yards and matching Randall Cobb's four touchdowns catches for most on the Packers. Continue to watch Jones' status throughout the week to make sure he's available Sunday versus the Rams.
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews totaled two tackles (both solo) and a sack in Sunday's victory over the 49ers.
Matthews was quiet in the tackle department, but he did record his third sack in two games. He continues to play both inside and outside linebacker for a Packers defense that ranks in the top 10 in the NFL in yards allowed per game through four weeks.