Jordan Reed TE WAS 1 Hr

Reed (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, the Washington Post reports.

Reed sat out last week and may miss Week 3 as well.

Robert Woods WR BUF 1 Hr

Woods (ankle) took part in Friday's practice, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

It's not clear how much Woods was able to participate Friday, but he did suit up after sitting out the previous day. His status should be updated when the Bills release Friday's injury report.

Mike Nugent K CIN 1 Hr

Nugent's three misses in Week 2 against the Falcons marked the first time he's missed three kicks in one game in his career.

Nugent said that his first missed kick Sunday begat the next one. "I kind of shocked myself and I did a bad job of overcompensating," Nugent said before Thursday's practice. "That's the first day of kicking. Don't overcompensate." Given how reliable Nugent has been in the past, he still has reasonable job security.

DeAngelo Williams RB CAR 1 Hr

Williams (thigh) participated in Friday's practice, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.

It's not clear how much work Williams was able to do Friday, but he was back on the field after sitting out the previous two days. It's too early to tell if he will be able to play this week, but expect an update on his status when the Panthers release their injury report Friday afternoon.

Hakeem Nicks WR IND 2 Hrs

Nicks (illness) was not spotted at Friday's practice, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Nicks sat out Thursday's practice with the illness, and it appears he will sit out for the second straight day. Despite the missed practice time, he still has a chance to play Sunday given that he is dealing with an illness and not a structural setback.

Vontaze Burfict LB CIN 2 Hrs

Burfict (concussion) did not take part in Friday's practice, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

Burfict has not practiced at all this week, so his chances of playing Sunday appear slim. His status should be updated following Friday's practice.

Anthony Hitchens LB DAL 2 Hrs

With both Rolando McClain and Justin Durant likely to miss Sunday's game against the Rams due to groin injuries, Hitchens could be in line to see significant snaps as the stating middle linebacker and in the nickel package, the Dallas Morning News reports.

The rookie fourth round pick technically got a start in Week 2 but ended up seeing only eight snaps, but it looks like he'll get thrown into the fire on Sunday. Based purely on the volume of snaps Hitchens should see, he could make for a sneaky IDP play.

A. J. Green WR CIN 3 Hrs5 Comments

Green (toe) did no experience any soreness Friday morning, and will play Sunday against the Titans if his condition remains the same, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.

Green sat out Wednesday's practice, and after returning to practice Thursday on a limited basis, the receiver now seems to be on the right track for Sunday's matchup. Although his playing status is still uncertain, his condition Friday morning appears to be a positive development. Barring any setback, Green sounds like he'll suit up Sunday afternoon, but we won't know for certain until the morning's inactives are released.

Justin Hunter WR TEN 4 Hrs

Hunter said he and quarterback Jake Locker are still working on their on-field chemistry, the Tennessean reports. The wide receiver has five catches on 14 targets through the first two games.

Hunter added that even though the two have been teammates for one-plus seasons, he and Locker haven't been on the field together all that often due to the quarterback's injuries. We saw some of the chemistry building during the preseason, particularly on the fade pattern, but they haven't been in position to run that play this season.

Austin Davis QB STL 5 Hrs2 Comments

Davis took all the snaps with the first team Thursday with Shaun Hill still limited by injury, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

With Davis playing decently in a win last week, the Rams will likely give him the start again if Hill is not 100 percent healthy. Davis had 233 yards passing on 16 completions last week, but had an interception and threw no touchdown passes. With an anemic Rams offense that's scored one touchdown so far this year, you're better off looking in other directions than Davis.