Rhodes (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's tilt with Carolina, Ben Goessling of ESPN reports.
With Trae Waynes' sloppy play as of late, the Vikings are anxiously awaiting Rhodes' return to action. The hope is that he'll be available for the big game, but if not, Minnesota is prepared for Waynes and the ageless-wonder Terrence Newman to anchor the secondary Sunday.
Henicke will start the regular season on the non-football injury list, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports.
Heinicke was originally given a timetable of three months for a return when he had surgery to repair a torn tendon in his ankle. Placement on the NFI list to start the season means that he'll miss at least the first six games, which he likely would've anyway.
Ansah (ankle) is getting a second opinion on his ankle injury, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.
Ansah has not practiced this week after he suffered a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's loss to the Titans. The defensive end is expected to miss extended time, but getting a second opinion from a different doctor could change his status. Check back later in the week for more updates on the specifics of the injury. In the meantime, it is assumed that Kerry Hyder, Wallace Gilberry and Brandon Copeland could all see extra snaps if Ansah is sidelined for Week 3.
Ebron (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Green Bay, despite logging a full practice Friday.
While the 'questionable' designation isn't necessarily what owners want to see, Ebron did increase his practice participation throughout the week, returning as a limited participant Thursday and then logging a full session Friday. He thus seems likely to play in Sunday's game, looking to build on a solid start to the season. With Ameer Abdullah (foot) on injured reserve, the Detroit passing game could be even busier than usual, albeit in a tricky matchup.
Gilberry, who was limited to 23 tackles and two sacks in 16 games for the Bengals last season, bolsters the Lions' defensive end depth, though his path to IDP relevance hinges on him securing his share of snaps at the position opposite Ziggy Ansah.
Taylor (ankle) returned to practice on Friday after missing Thursday's practice with an ankle injury, MLive.com reports.
It appears Taylor avoided structural damage in his ankle and, consequently, he shouldn't miss any time moving forward. The South Carolina product has racked up 13 tackles and 1.5 sacks thus far into the season, but is not expected to have stud DE Ezekiel Ansah bookending the opposite side of the defensive line in the Lions' Week 3 matchup against the Packers, potentially allowing Green Bay blockers to devote more attention his way than Detroit's previous two opponents were able to.