Butler returned from a shoulder injury was a full participant at practice Thursday. Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Butler tweaked his shoulder against the Bills on Sunday and played only 13 of 54 defensive snaps. The 23-year-old looks ready to go for Week 3, and will likely return to his role on Carolina's defensive line behind Kawann Short.
Rask will tend the twine for Thursday's preseason contest with Philadelphia, Joe McDonald of BostonSportsJournal.com reports.
Thursday will be the first game-action that Rask has seen this preseason, having sat out the team's first two tilts. The 2014 Vezina Trophy winner won't be eased into action, either, with head coach Bruce Cassidy announcing that Rask will play the entire 60 minutes. Philadelphia brought a relatively strong lineup to compete in Thursday's game, so expect Rask to get a good workload.
Davidson was scratched from Thursday's lineup against the Astros.
There has not been word on Davidson's status at this point in time, although it appears that the 26-year-old is dealing with some sort of ailment. In his place, Willy Garcia will draw the start in the DH spot.
Campanaro (ankle) returned to practice in full Thursday after sitting out of Wednesday's session, Edward Lee of The Baltimore Sun reports.
The Wake Forest product was sidelined earlier in the week with an ankle issue, but he logged a full practice session Thursday, which bodes well for Campanaro's status heading into Sunday. He's played a minor role in the offense to this point in the season with two carries and zero targets, but Campanaro is a vital part of the special teams corps as the club's primary punt returner.
Kelley (ribs) was limited in Thursday's practice.
For the second straight day, Kelley was on the field in a limited capacity, but his mere presence offers further hope that he'll be able to suit up in Week 3 against the Raiders. Kelley was on his way to a huge day in the Redskins' Week 2 win over the Rams, racking up 78 yards on 12 carries before exiting early with the rib cartilage injury. Kelley's second-half absence allowed Samaje Perine to pick up 67 yards on 21 carries, but Perine would likely be phased out of the backfield mix almost entirely if both Kelley and third-down back Chris Thompson are in sound condition heading into Sunday's contest.
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