Amukamara (hamstring) is officially listed as questionable to play in Week 3.
Amukamara didn't practice at all this week after missing Week 2 with the same hamstring injury. It seems unlikely at this point that he plays in Week 3, which would open the door for Josh Johnson and Dwayne Gratz to see some extra snats.
Gipson is listed as questionable for Sunday's game due to a hamstring injury.
Gipson appeared on the Jaguars' practice report for the first time on Friday, where he practiced in limited fashion. He likely suffered the injury during practice, with the team keeping him out as a precaution. If he's held out or is limited, Peyton Thompson figures to see some extra reps.
Ivory (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Baltimore.
Ivory logged full practices Thursday and Friday, with head coach Gus Bradley saying Friday morning that the 28-year-old running back should be able to play, according to John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site. Assuming he does in fact make his first appearance of the season, Ivory figures to have a key role on early downs and near the goal line, likely taking a major chunk out of T.J. Yeldon's workload. Yeldon struggled while dominating touches the past two weeks, gaining just 67 yards on 28 carries (2.4 YPC) and 40 yards on 12 catches.
Odrick (elbow) is listed as questionable to play in Week 3 against the Ravens.
Odrick hasn't practiced since injuring his elbow against the Chargers last Sunday but the team is holding out hope that he can play against Baltimore. If he's held out look for Sen'Derrick Marks to see some extra snaps.
Washington (hamstring) reached an injury settlement with the Jaguars on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Washington went down with hamstring earlier in the week which evidently will keep him sidelined for an extended amount of time. The Jaguars decided to instead part ways with the wideout instead of keeping him on the IR. The second-year man could hope to return to Jacksonville once completely healthy.
Blackmon (suspension) was handed a one-year suspended sentence and probation Wednesday, stemming from a misdemeanor DUI, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Taken fifth overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Jaguars, Blackmon hasn't played in an NFL game since being suspended indefinitely back on Nov. 1, 2013 for a violation of the league's substance abuse program. Though he remains listed on Jacksonville's roster, the the 26-year-old wideout seems increasingly unlikely to play for the team again.
Colvin (suspension) returned to practice Wednesday, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports.
Colvin was dealing with an ankle injury and had been sidelined since the team's preseason opener. He was back on the field Wednesday and should be available for Saturday's matchup with the Buccaneers. Colvin is suspended for the first four games of the regular season for taking performance enhancing substances, but he should be back to full strength by then.
Amerson cleared concussion protocol on Thursday, and is expected to play in Week 3's matchup with the Titans, CSN Bay Area reports.
Amerson sustained the concussion in Sunday's loss to the Falcons when he took a blow beneath his chin. The 24-year-old had recorded eight tackles to go along with three passes defended and an interception before being knocked out of the game. He figures to start as the left cornerback in Week 3.
Howard is active for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Howard practiced in full this week and his ankle injury looks to be behind him. With Menelik Watson (groin) out, the Raiders will likely turn to Howard to start at right tackle along what is a very thin Raiders offensive line.
Jones was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.
Jones' knee injury is a separate ailment than the one that limited him in practice a week ago. Even though Jones is listed as the No. 2 running back on the Raiders roster, the numbers don't reflect it, as he has received one carry through the first two weeks of the season compared to 12 for DeAndre Washington and nine for Jalen Richard.
The Raiders selected Ward in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 44th overall.
Ward didn't produce much at Illinois, but his rawness is largely explained by inexperience, and the presumption is that he has considerable upside thanks to unusual athleticism for a player with such a big build. At 6-foot-5, 297 pounds, Ward is an enormous figure, but he showed standout quickness and explosiveness at the Combine by logging a 7.38-second three-cone drill and 111-inch broad jump at the Combine.
The Raiders' offensive line took a big hit Sunday, when starting right tackle Menelik Watsonruptured his Achilles tendon in the first half. He will miss the entire 2015 season, per the San Francisco Chronicle.
Reece has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing drugs, CSN Bay Area reports.
Reece, who will sit out Sunday's season finale against the Chiefs, is thus eligible to return to action after the Raiders' third game of the 2016 season. In the meantime, he can participate in all of the team's offseason and preseason practices and games.
Smith (suspension) has entered a treatment center, ESPN reports.
Smith's reason for seeking treatment is unclear, but it comes just days after a Periscope video titled "Fire up session" surfaced of an unidentified man, suspected to be him, talking about a hand-rolled cigarette shown on screen. In wake of that video, which appeared under an account previously used by Smith, the NFL has launched an investigation into whether he violated protocols required of a suspended player seeking reinstatement from a substance abuse violation. While that investigation continues, Smith's move to now enter a treatment facility hardly seems coincidental, and more details regarding his situation should surface soon.