Antonio Brown, who had to have an MRI on his knee earlier in the week, missed Wednesday’s walkthrough. If it were an actual practice he would have been considered out. His status for Sunday’s game against the Packers is still up in the air.
“It’s too early to tell,” Bruce Arians told reporters after practice. “He’ll be day-to-day.”
The rest of the report is encouraging. Jason Pierre-Paul didn’t practice, but this is common for him. Everyone else on the report is currently on track to play Sunday.
The Packers’ injury report is lengthy, but no one missed practice on Wednesday. Matt LaFleur said after Saturday’s win he was “hopeful” that running back A.J. Dillon would play against the Bucs and that the Packers would take it easy with him during the week. So far, that appears to be the case.
Be sure to check back Thursday for the second injury report of the week.