McVay noted that Woods looked good in practice this past week but remained non-committal about whether he would play Monday night against the Ravens in the wake of his personal matter, saying, "We're just taking it one day at a time right now."
Woods has yet to record a touchdown in 2019, but has accumulated 45 receptions (71 targets) for 566 yards, and 12 rush attempts for 71 yards.
Although Woods' status is up in the air, he was not listed on the team's injury report. Offensive tackle Rob Havenstein (knee) and defensive back Darious Williams are out for Monday night and linebacker Natrez Patrick (illness) was listed as questionable.
Here are other news items we're monitoring around the league on Saturday:
» The Baltimore Ravens listed the following players on the injury report for Monday Night Football: DOUBTFUL: DT Michael Pierce (ankle); QUESTIONABLE: T Ronnie Staley (ankle), WR Chris Moore (thumb) and G Ben Powers (thumb).
» The Philadelphia Eagles announced the promotion of wide receiver Greg Ward to the active roster on Saturday. In a corresponding move, safety Rudy Ford was placed on the reserve/injured list. The move for Ward comes with Eagles wide receivers Alshon Jeffery (ankle) and Nelson Agholor (knee) each listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
» The Atlanta Falcons announced the signing of defensive end Austin Larking to the 53-man roster and the corresponding release of offensive lineman Sean Harlow.
»Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson and linebacker Ola Adeniyi were each cleared by an independent neurological consultant on Saturday to return to game action and are no longer in concussion protocol, the team announced.
Adeniyi was fined $28,075 for unnecessary roughness -- lowering the head to initiate contact on a punt -- in the same game he was injured in against the Browns in Week 11, per Pelissero.