Jets head coach Todd Bowles said after Sunday's game against the Dolphins in London that he was "not sure yet" about the severity of running back Bilal Powell's groin injury, NJ.com reports.
Powell left the game in the second quarter due to the injury and did not return. The Jets will fly back to the States on Sunday and Powell will be evaluated in the coming week to help determine if he will miss any time. Thankfully for the Jets, they are off in Week 5, giving Powell extra time to recover.
Clay, who recorded nine catches on a team-high 13 targets for 111 yards this past Sunday against the Giants, was added to the Bills' injury report Thursday, so we'll revisit his status no later than Friday's practice. At this stage though, there has been nothing to suggest that the tight end's Week 5 status is in peril.
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 did not practice at all this week, so his chances of suiting up in Week 5 are not promising. Fellow running back Karlos Williams also sat out Friday for the third day in a row, so the Bills could be forced to start their third running back -- Anthony Dixon -- in this week's matchup with 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.
Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf) took part in positional drills Friday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Watkins did the same Thursday and was still listed as a non-participant on the injury report, so it's still too early to gauge his status for Week 5. The Bills will provide an official update on Watkins' status when they release their final injury report of the week Friday afternoon.
Williams missed the last two games with a neck injury, but all signs appear to be pointing toward him returning the field in Week 5. He's one of the team's better tacklers and should be a decent play in Individual Defensive Player leagues if he can maintain his health.
Head coach Rex Ryan said Thursday that it would be "a reach" to expect Williams to play this week, and a missed practice for the third day in a row does not help his chances. The Bills will update Williams' status sometime following the conclusion of Friday's practice.
Williams (calf) is probable for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Williams should be good to go Sunday after missing practice Wednesday with a calf injury. The defensive stalwart hasn't been able to get to the quarterback effectively this year, recording zero sacks through four games, and as such shouldn't be counted on in IDP formats until he adapts to Rex Ryan's new defense.
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.