Antonio Andrews RB TEN 1 Hr
The Titans have signed Andrews to their active roster, the team's official site reports.
The Bills showed interest in signing Andrews off the Titans' practice squad, and rather than lose the running back, the team promoted him in advance of Sunday's game against the Texans. While Andrews isn't on the short-term fantasy radar, it appears as though the Titans have plans for him down the road, so he'll be a player to watch if injuries further deplete the Tennessee backfield.
Janoris Jenkins DB STL 1 Hr
Jenkins (knee) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Jenkins has tallied a wide range of tackles this season -- between two and nine -- en route to 29 tackles (27 solo) and an interception for a touchdown through six outings. Meanwhile, he was able to return to action Sunday after initially suffering a knee injury, meaning his absence Wednesday may be a precaution. Friday's injury report could clarify his availability for Sunday's outing in Kansas City.
Eric Berry DB KC 1 Hr
Berry (ankle) was limited at practice Wednesday, the Chiefs' official site reports.
Per the Kansas City Star, Berry worked with the scout team Wednesday and is slated to be re-evaluated by the team in advance of Thursday's session.
Kenny Britt WR STL 1 Hr
Britt (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Britt was held in check by the Seahawks' stellar secondary during Sunday's victory, but the ankle was likely still a bother. Meanwhile, over his last four games, he's averaged a modest line -- 3.3 receptions (on 5.5 targets) for 45 yards per outing -- with one touchdown to show for his effort. If he remains healthy enough to play Sunday at Kansas City, deep league owners may want to consider his services.
Travis Kelce TE KC 1 Hr
Kelce (ribs) was limited at practice Wednesday, the Chiefs' official site reports.
Though Coach Andy Reid noted that Kelce has sore ribs, he indicated that the tight end "is okay." As a result, at this stage, Kelce's status for Sunday's game against the Rams does not appear to be in any danger.
Junior Hemingway WR KC 1 Hr
Hemingway (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, the team's official site reports.
Per the Chiefs' official site, Hemingway is doing better than expected at this stage, but for now, the wideout's strained hamstring clouds his Week 8 status.
Donnie Avery WR KC 1 Hr
Avery (groin) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Rams, the Chiefs' official site reports.
That Avery is already ruled out at this stage of the week suggests that he is closer to week-to-week than day-to-day at this stage.
Jamaal Charles RB KC 1 Hr
Charles (head) is not listed on the Chiefs' Wednesday practice participation/injury report, the team's official site reports.
Though Charles absorbed a helmet-to-helmet hit in the second quarter of this past Sunday's game against the Chargers, he finished the contest, and the fact that he is not listed on the Chiefs' injury report Wednesday indicates that his Week 8 playing status is secure.
Morgan Burnett DB GB 2 Hrs
Burnett (calf) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin reports.
Burnett has been rock solid in his fifth NFL campaign, totaling 58 tackles (44 solo) and one forced fumble in seven contests. Because the injury emerged suddenly, his absence Wednesday may be a precautionary measure. As a result, his practice participation should be watched with a keen eye as the week continues to ensure he's active Sunday at New Orleans.
Ryan Shazier LB PIT 2 Hrs
Shazier (knee) was limited at practice Wednesday, per the Steelers' official site.
Shazier has missed the Steelers' past four games because of a sprained knee, but his practice participation Wednesday -- albeit in a limited fashion -- suggests that he has a shot to return to the mix Sunday against the Colts. We'll revisit his status Thursday.