He stretched with the linebackers at the start of practice but did not take part in drills. Diggs has not hit anyone since suffering the injury, and that obviously would be a benchmark he'd have to pass before he can play Sunday against the Jaguars.
Also out Thursday:
— Nose tackle Grady Jackson rested the knee, which has been bothering him since dislocating his kneecap in the opener at Carolina. He's listed as probable.
— Backup offensive tackle Kevin Barry (strained thigh) is listed as questionable (50 percent chance he'll play).
— Wide receiver Donald Driver was in Mississippi attending the funeral of his father-in-law, Walter Jackson.
Centers Grey Ruegamer and Scott Wells split the snaps with the first-team offense Thursday for the second day in a row. Ruegamer will start if 100 percent healthy, though the rookie Wells continued earning accolades from his teammates.
"I thought he did a fine job. I mean, I don't break down film from a lineman's standpoint, but the way I look at it is I didn't even know he was there," quarterback Brett Favre said.