Hali (knee) was unable to practice Friday and his been deemed questionable for Saturday's game against the Chargers.
Hali logged limited workloads Tuesday and Wednesday, so his absence at Friday's practice indicates he is trending in the wrong direction. However, his final status will likely depend on how his knee is feeling closer to gametime. Tanoh Kpassagnon would likely fill in at outside linebacker should Hali ultimately watch the game from the sidelines.
Pierre-Louis (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Saturday's tilt versus the Chargers.
Pierre-Louis had a limited practice Wednesday sandwiched between too full workloads, so his questionable designation could be a little cautious. Terrance Smith and Ramik Wilson figure to be in line for extra reps providing depth at linebacker should Pierre-Louis not be able to go.
Murray has logged consecutive full practices, so he appears to be trending in the right direction. The 23-year-old has missed the previous two outings with an ankle injury. Final confirmation on his status is unlikely to be made closer to gametime Saturday. Leon McQuay III would presumably be in line for an extended role providing depth at safety should Murray ultimately sit out.
Morse (foot) will not play in Saturday's contest against the Chargers.
Morse was unable to participate in practice throughout the week, so this decision is unsurprising. The absence will mark his second consecutive due to a foot injury. Look for the 25-year-old to be replaced at center by Jordan Devey.
Mitchell recorded his third interception of the season in Sunday's 26-16 win over the Raiders.
Mitchell had four tackles (all solo) and three total pass breakups in his spot start for the suspended Marcus Peters, who will return to action this week. The interception was the 25-year-old's first since his two-pick performance against the Chargers in Week 3.