After consecutive weeks as a healthy scratch, Rey logged six tackles (five solo) in last week's loss to the Bears. Due to multiple starters already ruled out, the veteran figures to see another relatively healthy workload this week. He is expected to play opposite Jordan Evans at outside linebacker with Hardy Nickerson playing the middle.
Porter went to the locker room with an apparent right leg injury during Friday's game against the Clippers, Chase Hughes of NBCS Washington reports.
It's unclear how serious the injury is at the moment, so he should be considered questionable to return. More information on his status should emerge at some point during the game.
Lamm (concussion) was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Lamm sustained the concussion in Sunday's loss to the 49ers and did not progress through the concussion protocol this week. The 25-year-old was slated to return to a reserve role regardless, with Julien Davenport (shoulder) shedding his injury designation.
Durant was able to put in a pair of full practices this week, but it appears he failed to receive clearance from an independent neurologist to return to game action. Until Durant passes that final hurdle in the concussion protocol, he won't be eligible to appear in any contests.
With Ryan Spooner (lower body) potentially returning to the lineup, Bjork may sit as a healthy scratch Saturday against the Rangers, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Bjork has only potted a single goal while firing just two shots on net in his last six contests, so coach Bruce Cassidy may opt to sit him down Saturday in hopes that it will light a fire under the rookie forward. However, whether or not Bjork is scratched from Saturday's tilt will ultimately depend on Spooner's readiness to play.