Anderson (foot) did not practice Friday and listed as out for Sunday's game against Arizona.
Anderson practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday and Thursday but was absent from Friday's practice. It's unsure why he was held out, but there has been speculation that he may have suffered some sort of setback during Thursday's practice. Regardless, Anderson was not expected to get much run against Arizona.
Clay (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Clay was limited in practice both Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday's session completely. That suggests Clay is trending toward being available despite his knee injury Sunday, when the Bills' offense could lean on him more if wideout Sammy Watkins (foot) is inactive.
Jones (shoulder) is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Jets.
Jones' shoulder is getting better to the point where he's practicing again, but the team will choose to suit up just two quarterbacks in this one and maybe for the time being. In other words, Jones may end up being a healthy inactive a number of times this season.
Salas (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Salas was limited in practice both Thursday and Friday, but could become a more important member of the Bills' passing game should Sammy Watkins (foot) be ruled out Sunday. While Salas will need to be active himself for that to happen, his upside this weekend seems higher than it usually would while carrying a groin injury.
Watkins (foot) is not on the field for the start of Friday's practice.
This is not good at all considering Rex Ryan expressed "heightened concern" Thursday about Watkins' availability for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. He's actually played through a lot of pain in his brief career, though at best we can expect a questionable status when the official report comes out later Friday.
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.
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.
Listenbee, still recovering from double hernia surgery, was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list on Tuesday, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Listenbee will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season. The Bills have a major logjam at wide receiver and with some tough roster decisions to make may just stash the speedy Listenbee away for the bulk of the season, then work on his upside once he's fully healthy and more prepared for action.
Campbell (hamstring) has been listed as out for the Browns' Week 3 game against Miami, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Campbell sat out practice this week due to his hamstring injury, making it unsurprising that he's been ruled out for Sunday. Derek Kindred will figure to see increased team and possibly start in Campbell's absence.
Coleman will not require surgery on his fractured hand and is slated to miss 4-to-6 weeks.
It was confirmed Wednesday that Coleman suffered a fractured hand during practice, but the real question at the time was the duration of his absence. After seeing a hand specialist, the team determined that surgery during the season is off the table, and the rookie wideout is now on track to miss roughly a month. Already down two quarterbacks, Coleman's absence will cost the Browns their leading pass catcher through the season's first two weeks, setting up Terrelle Pryor and Andrew Hawkins for extra targets.
Erving (chest) has been released from the hospital and is considered week-to-week.
Erving suffered a pulmonary contusion during Sunday's game against Baltimore, and was taken to the hospital via ambulance. Since bruised lungs can cause fluid build-up and suffocate breathing, the Browns will likely take the safe route with Erving in terms of his return to action. Starting guard John Greco took over for Erving at the end of Sunday's game, but it remains to be seen what the long term changes will be along the Browns' offensive line with Erving out.
Haden registered four tackles (three solo), four pass deflections and two interceptions during Sunday's loss to the Ravens.
After a relatively quiet performance in Week 1, Haden stepped up in a big way Sunday and picked off Joe Flacco twice, reminding us that he still has the ability to be a shutdown corner. Baltimore was forced to throw a lot since they were down 20-2 after the first quarter, giving Haden plenty of opportunities to make plays. Offenses may start to throw away from Haden if he continues to be this dominant.
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton said Friday that McCown (shoulder) has a broken collarbone, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports.
Head coach Hue Jackson said the collarbone isn't totally broken, but regardless, McCown can now safely be ruled out for multiple weeks, leaving Cody Kessler with an extended opportunity to serve as the starting quarterback. While not timetable has been reported, McCown will likely be out until at least mid-season, though he's still a better bet than Robert Griffin (shoulder) to have an impact before the end of the year.
Nassib (hand) is ruled out for Sunday's game at Miami, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Nassib underwent surgery Wednesday to repair his broken hand and will not be ready in time for Sunday. The Browns are hoping that Nassib can play with some sort of cast within a couple of weeks. In the meantime, Xavier Cooper and Tyrone Holmes are set to see increased action.
Caldwell suffered a hamstring injury during the onset of training camp, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
It's currently unclear whether the hamstring was merely tweaked or if Caldwell has suffered something worse. Either way, there has been no timeline provided for his return. When healthy, the Browns' fifth-round pick will compete for a role out of the slot.
Bryant (suspension) pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug charges on Wednesday and could have his four-game suspension prolonged, Scott Petra of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Bryant was indicted in February on felony drug charges and originally pleaded not guilty, but changed his stance on Wednesday, pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges. As a result, the outside linebacker will receive 68 days probation which will expire on Oct. 3, the same day he is schedule to return from his original four-game suspension. However, now that Bryant has changed his plea, his case will yet again be reviewed under the league's policies, which could potentially lead to a lengthier suspension. Bryant recorded 5.5 sacks in 14 games in 2015.
Gordon (suspension) nabbed three of his six targets for 29 yards during Thursday's preseason game versus the Bears.
Gordon, who looked liked his former self throughout the preseason, will have to wait until Week 5 against New England before he's allowed back on the field. He worked with the second team Thursday in order to get some final reps in before his suspension kicks in on Saturday. If he can keep up his rapport with Robert Griffin when he gets back, he'll be a welcome addition to a receiving corp that's already flush with talent.
Bryant (chest) has been placed on the injured reserve list and will sit out the entire season, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.
Entering his eighth NFL season and fourth with the Browns, Bryant was a lock to start at defensive end after a 2015 campaign which saw him record a career-high and team-leading six sacks. The torn pectoral muscle he suffered earlier this month was originally thought to keep him out 4-to-6 months, making November the soonest possible return date. Rather than push his recovery in the hopes of a return the team decided it best to shut him down for the season. Carl Nassib appears first in line to replace Bryant, but John Hughes and Dylan Wynn could see some extra snaps as well.