The Cowboys will need all hands on deck to try and contain Tom Brady and the Pats offense, so having Lee available along with the returning Greg Hardy and Rolando McClain could give them a fighting chance.
Bradham and Preston Brown almost never leave the field, and both fare pretty well in the IDP department. Though four games, Bradham has posted 25 tackles and a sack, pretty much in line with his 2014 season that saw him put up 104 and 2.5 in those categories.
McCoy's limited status almost certainly falls in the "nothing to see here" category, as he has carried the same designation throughout the practice week for the last two weeks, while not missing any game action. The star defensive tackle has tallied sacks in three of the first four games, and will look to penetrate the Jaguars' vulnerable offensive line in Week 5.
Banks begins the practice week on the sidelines again, and there isn't any concrete indication on when he might be able to return in at least a limited capacity. The Bucs' starting right cornerback was replaced by Mike Jenkins in Week 4, a scenario that will likely repeat itself Sunday against the Jaguars should Banks be unable to go.
The unrestricted participation falls in line with the activity level Wright had built up leading into the Week 4 matchup against the Panthers. Wright is clearly trending towards finally retaking the field Sunday against the Jaguars, and another day of full participation Thursday would further confirm this. However, with Chris Conte's strong performances over the last three contests in Wright's place, it remains to be seen if there will be any timeshare at the strong safety position in the immediate future.
His practice status seems to suggest the concussion wasn't very serious, however more information should trickle out as the week progresses. The Chargers will need all of their secondary up to speed with a Monday night matchup against the Steelers next on the schedule.
Grimes sprained his MCL during Sunday's London loss to the Dolphins. The 32-year-old cornerback has started every game for Miami since signing with the team back in 2013, but that streak appears to be in jeopardy with Wednesday's latest practice designation.
More information should be available later in the week, however if Grimes is unable to go Jamar Taylor could get the start in his place.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said Monday that Posluszny's injury wasn't a "traditional" high-ankle sprain, which usually keeps a player out for a couple weeks. Luckily for the Jaguars, their starting middle linebacker isn't ruled out to play Sunday, as he looks to improve on his team-high 39 tackles.
McCourty missed the first three weeks of the season after undergoing groin surgery during the preseason, but it appears as if he is good to go for Sunday's game against the Bills. He will likely fill-in at cornerback opposite of free-agent acquisition Perrish Cox.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that Shazier may not be ready to go Monday night as he continues to recover from a stinger that has kept him out the past two weeks. Shazier can be a valuable indivdual defensive player asset upon his return, but should he miss more time, Sean Spence will continue to see additional work on defense.