Fowler (elbow) is expected to play in Sunday's contest, Cameron Wolfer of The Denver Post reports.
All signs indicate that Fowler will be ready for Sunday which is something not a lot of Broncos can say this week. It remains to be seen whether or not Fowler will be forced to wear some sort of brace on his elbow, but the expectation is that he will play Sunday.
Green (calf) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, The Denver Post's Cameron Wolfe reports.
Previously expected to be a game-time decision, Green was ruled out after missing a third consecutive practice Friday. His absence leaves Jeff Heuerman as the likely top tight end, with John Phillips also in the mix for additional playing time. Neither offers much fantasy appeal in a difficult matchup, as the stagnant Denver passing game is still heavily reliant on Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders and C.J. Anderson.
Simmons was spotted with a soft cast on his left hand but is expected to play in Sunday's matchup with the Bengals, Troy Renck of Denver 7 reports.
Simmons had four tackles in Sunday's win over the Colts but evidently injured his hand in the process. The specifics of the injury are still unknown, but look to this week's practice reports to determine Simmons status. If he does miss time, Darian Stewart will be the only free safety on the active roster.
Watson registered four tackles and 2.5 sacks in Saturday's preseason win over the Rams.
The former journeyman middle linebacker has found his calling on the outside this preseason, racking up four sacks and a safety this preseason. Outside rusher is arguably Denver's deepest position with Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, Shaq Barrett and Shane Ray all locks to make the team. Watson is likely in their company. The Broncos carried five outside linebackers last season and the team could use additional depth in an effort to keep Ware fresh during the season.
Keo resigned with the Broncos on Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports.
Keo rejoins the team just a few days after they parted ways. The safety was suspended for the first two weeks of the season but is now able to take the field again. He'll compete with rookies Justin Simmons and Will Parks for a backup safety position.
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.