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- RB Gus Edwards (knee) returned to practice for the first time since suffering a torn ACL last Sept.
- RB J.K. Dobbins (chest) did not practice.
- WR Rashod Bateman (foot) DNP
- OT Ronnie Stanley (ankle) practiced in full.
- WR Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) will practice on a limited basis Wednesday, per coach Sean McDermott.
- WR Tavon Austin has agreed to part ways with the team, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reports. Austin was on the Bills' practice squad and will seek an opportunity elsewhere.
- WR Jaquarii Roberson (practice squad), per Garafolo.
- RB David Montgomery (ankle) did not practice.
- WR N'Keal Harry (ankle) designated to return to practice. Harry, who was acquired by the Bears this offseason, underwent surgery for a high ankle sprain he suffered early in training camp.
- OG Cody Whitehair (knee) placed on injured reserve and will miss at least the next four games.
- CB Jaylon Johnson (quad) is day to day, per coach Matt Eberflus.
- DE Myles Garrett (shoulder, biceps) returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis. Garrett, who was involved in a car accident on Sept. 26, was held out of last week's game.
- DE Jadeveon Clowney (ankle) is not expected to practice, per Stefanski.
- CB Greedy Williams (hamstring) has been designated to return to practice. Williams placed on injured reserve before Week 1.
- QB Dak Prescott (thumb) is expected to work off to the side as he continues his recovery and won't be involved in practice in a substantial way, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that "the next step is to get enough strength in his hand to throw the football."
- TE Dalton Schultz (knee) was a full participant in practice.
- LB Damone Clark designated to return to practice.
- S Jayron Kearse (knee) practiced in full.
- LS Jake McQuaide placed on injured reserve.
- RB D'Andre Swift (shoulder; DNP) is still resting after missing last Sunday's game, but is feeling better, coach Dan Campbell said Wednesday. Campbell considered Swift as day-to-day.
- WR Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle; DNP) remains day-to-day as well and will also continue to rest after missing last week's game, per Campbell.
- WR Josh Reynolds (ankle) DNP
- TE T.J. Hockenson (hip) DNP
- DL Josh Paschal designated to return to practice.
- CB Jerry Jacobs designated to return to practice.
- QB Mac Jones (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice. NFL Network's Mike Giardi reports that while Jones is making progress, it is unlikely to start barring a speedier recovery than expected this week.
- QB Brian Hoyer (concussion; DNP)
- WR Jakobi Meyers (knee; limited)
- TE Jonnu Smith is considered week to week after being diagnosed with a low ankle sprain, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. Rapoport adds that Smith may miss some time due to the injury.
- QB Daniel Jones is getting an optimistic outlook on his ankle injury going into this weekend's London game after the team didn't immediately sign the two QBs they worked out on Tuesday, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero report. Jones was listed as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that Jones has made "a lot of progress" since Sunday.
- QB Tyrod Taylor won't practice today, per Daboll.
- WR Kenny Golladay (knee) is not expected to travel with the team for Sunday's London game versus the Packers.
- C Nick Gates (leg) has returned to practice. Placed on the PUP list to start training camp, Gates suffered a fractured leg on Sept. 16 that required numerous operations.
- QB Zach Wilson will be limited in practice due to an ankle injury, but coach Robert Saleh said it isn't a big deal.
- LT Duane Brown (shoulder) has been designated to return to practice.
- DT Quincy Williams (ankle) is doubtful to play this week, per Saleh.
- DL Vinny Curry has been designated to return to practice.
- LT Andre Dillard (arm) has been designated to return to practice, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. The veteran suffered a broken forearm in practice on Sept. 1.
- LT Jordan Mailata is dealing with a shoulder injury and his availability for Sunday is in question, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reported on Good Morning Football Wednesday.
- K Cameron Dicker (practice squad)
- QB Tom Brady is seemingly back to his scheduled off day after being seen at practice but not actively participating. Brady (right shoulder/right finger) officially listed a DNP.
- WR Julio Jones (knee) was limited in practice.
- TE Cameron Brate (concussion) is not practicing.