Odell Beckham's status for Week 1 is in jeopardy.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Up To The Minute Live there's a chance Beckham will play Sunday, but it won't be at 100 percent. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported on the same show Beckham has tried experimental laser treatments to speed up healing, but the team is preparing as if Beckham is not ready. If he's available, the team will consider it a bonus, Garafolo added.
Here are other injuries we're tracking on Thursday:
- Kansas City veteran safety Eric Berrywas carted off the field in the fourth quarter against the Patriots after suffering an Achilles tendon injury, the team announced. Coach Andy Reid announced after the game it's potentially torn and the team will know more about the severity of the injury on Friday.
"He got a little bit ill at practice," head coach Sean McDermott said, per the Bills' official site. "He was here at the beginning and fell ill a little bit there and then came back."
McDermott added: "It looked like he was good. ... He had a good practice."
In a bit of better news for McCoy, the Bills added $2.5 million in incentives to his contract, a source informed of the situation told Rapoport.
Titans coach Mike Mularkey told reporters cornerback LeShaun Sims (groin) missed practice, while tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) was limited.
- Washington Redskins who were limited in practice included linebacker Ryan Anderson (stinger, neck), center Spencer Long (knee) and receiver Jamison Crowder (hip flexor).
- Oakland Raiders safety Obi Melifonwu is expected to return after eight weeks, a source informed Rapoport. The rookie was recently put on injured reserve because of a knee injury.
- Green Bay Packers cornerbacks Davon House (hamstring) and Kevin King (groin) both fully participated in practice on after being limited earlier in the week.