Thursday marks Maclins official Ravens debut after he sat out Week 1 of the preseason. Zrebiec reports that several of Baltimore's veterans and new additions, such as Danny Woodhead, will also be making their preseason debuts Thursday. Still, it's unlikely that Baltimore would risk having its first-teamers play more than a handful of series, and fans won't be able to see how Maclin's rapport with quarterback Joe Flacco is progressing as Flacco remains hampered by a back injury.
After getting a veteran's week off for Baltimore's preseason opener, Wallace will get in on the action against his former team Thursday. However, with it being only the second week of the preseason, it's unlikely that Wallace and the rest of the Ravens' first-team offense sees significant snaps. Look for Wallace to play a handful of series against the Dolphins with Ryan Mallett as his quarterback, making him a risky option in preseason daily fantasy formats.
It's unclear what the exact issue with Harris is but it isn't thought to be serious at this time. The team has given no indication of Harris being in danger of missing their next preseason contest, Monday against the Browns.
Harris has been limited in practice the past two days as he's sought to return from a knee injury that he suffered in July. Though he appears to be close to a full return, the team doesn't want to risk his status by playing him in a game before he's fully healthy.
Ford is still recovering from knee surgery he went through in early August to repair his meniscus. He still has not been given a specific timetable, but chances are that he will not be ready for the start of the regular season.
Scott started training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list and it doesn't appear that he'll be coming off anytime soon. He's been dealing with a foot injury since the end of June, and is still hoping to earn a spot on the team's final roster. He spent majority of the 2016 season working with the special teams unit.
Davis missed a valuable showcase opportunity last Saturday due to a hamstring injury, but his presence at practice Wednesday suggests he could be in line to play in the Chargers' second preseason tilt. He'll attempt to once again crack the 53-man roster as a specialist for the club.
Per the report, Gordon, whose petition for reinstatement was denied in May, is eligible to re-apply in September. To date at least, Gordon's current status is not a matter that has "made it to (Goodell's) desk yet." Though productive when he's been able to suit up, Gordon -- whose NFL rights are retained by the Browns -- hasn't played in an NFL game since December of 2014.
Jackson has been nursing a sore ankle throughout practice this week. As a result, the Buccaneers may elect to proceed cautiously and keep their speedy wideout on the sideline Thursday, with an eye toward ensuring that Jackson and fellow starter Mike Evans remain healthy in advance of Week 1.
Richardson's Week 1 availability doesn't appear to be in jeopardy after suffering an AC sprain in his shoulder during the Seahawks' preseason debut, but the team may elect to keep him sidelined or limited Friday as a precaution. Fellow receiver Tyler Lockett (leg) is also a game-time call, so Jermaine Kearse and Tanner McEvoy could see first-team reps alongside Doug Baldwin.