Gerhart (groin) is active for Thursday's game against the Titans, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports.
Gerhart was a healthy scratch the past two weeks, but with Bernard Pierce (calf) unable to play, the former Viking is now in line to serve as the No. 3 running back. With T.J. Yeldon (groin) and Denard Robinson also active, Gerhart is unlikely to get more than two or three touches, unless Yeldon's injury flares up during the
Hurns (foot/thigh) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Hurns heads into Week 12 a little banged up, but there's still a solid chance that his limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related and that he'll work toward a probable injury designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart was among the notable players listed on the final injury report for Week 8 at home against Miami. Gerhart was listed as probable after missing two straight games with a foot injury. Craig Loston (hamstring) and Luke Bowanko were also labeled probable.
Jaguars defensive lineman Roy Miller is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery on Wednesday, according to the Florida Times-Union on Monday. Miller hopes that the surgeon is able to repair his torn meniscus instead of removing it.
Pierce (calf) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Titans, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports.
Pierce likely suffered his injury on special teams during Sunday's win over the Ravens, as he didn't get any offensive snaps. In Pierce's absence, Toby Gehart (groin) will serve as the No. 3 running back.
Wide receiver Justin Blackmon , who hasn't practiced or played since 2013 after being suspended for the third time for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, is unlikely to return to the Jaguars according to GM David Caldwell, per ESPN.com.
Dareus, who suffered a minor knee injury during Monday's loss to New England, was able to practice on a limited basis Wednesday.
The team's comments this week lean toward their star interior lineman playing in a key matchup against the Chiefs. Dareus may be counted on more than ever, with Kyle Williams unable to play this week and Mario Williams in question and the Bills at risk of falling behind in one of two wild card spots.
Easley suffered a concussion during Monday's loss to the Patriots, and it remains to be seen whether the special-teams ace will be able to play this week against the Chiefs. He's made just one catch all season for the Bills, so his absence likely won't hurt fantasy owners too much, but it's likely his game-time status will be decided closer to the end of the week.
Rambo (shoulder) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Rambo injured his shoulder during Monday's loss to the Patriots, but his availability at practice Wednesday has to be viewed as a good sign for IDP owners. We'll check back on his game-time status as the week progresses, but as of now it seems as if the 25-year-old safety could make an appearance in Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
As expected, Taylor (right shoulder) resumed throwing at practice Thursday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
The report adds that Taylor, who noted Wednesday that he "kind of jammed" up his right shoulder "a little bit" Monday night against the Patriots, is expected to play Sunday against Chiefs, according to coach Rex Ryan. More on Taylor's Week 12 status no later than Friday, upon the release of the Bills' final injury report of the week.
Coach Rex Ryan says Williams (knee) has a 50-50 chance to return this season.
Williams is a Pro Bowl player and he's always been worth every bit of those honors, so it'd be a big loss for the defense if he's unable to return this season. Fortunately, the Bills have three other very capable and healthy linemen in Marcell Dareus, Mario Williams, and Jerry Hughes, though it looks like the hope of the foursome being the league's best this season may be fading thanks to Kyle Williams' injury.