Ivory returned to practice on Thursday after being hospitalized with what he called an "emergency medical condition." The undisclosed illness kept the hard-charging back out of the lineup for Jacksonville's season-opening loss to the Packers.
Amukamara missed practice all week with a hamstring injury. The former Giants cover man saw time in nickel and dime packages in Week 1 alongside Davon House and fascinating first-rounder Jalen Ramsey. Look for Dwayne Gratz and Josh Johnson to see increased snaps against the Bolts with Amukamara on the mend.
Other injuries we're tracking on this wild and mysterious Friday in the NFL Media news compound:
Tight end Rob Gronkowski was limited in practice Friday and is listed as questionable. Cornerback Malcolm Butler (ankle), offensive lineman Marcus Cannon (knee), offensive lineman Jonathan Cooper (foot), defensive end Trey Flowers (shoulder), offensive lineman Shaq Mason (hand), linebacker Shea McClellin (shoulder), offensive lineman Nate Solder (hamstring) and receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder) are all listed as questionable as well. Cornerback Eric Rowe (ankle) will miss the game.
- The Falcons will likely have both of their starting wideouts come Sunday. Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu were full participants in Friday's practice. However, Atlanta will be short-handed on defense as rookie linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (ankle) and safety Keanu Neal (knee) have been ruled out against the Raiders. Defensive end Brooks Reed (shoulder) is listed as questionable.
- Same old story in San Diego. Chargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa did not practice Friday, still dealing with a hamstring injury. The first-round pick will not play Sunday against the Jaguars, the team announced. Mike McCoy's side did see cornerback Jason Verrett return to practice as a full participant after missing Thursday's go-around with a calf injury.