Coach Pete Carroll said Marshawn Lynch missed two series Sunday because he was sick to his stomach.
"He was about to throw up over on the sidelines so he had to wait it out," Carroll said. That may have been the case, but Lynch's persistent back woes also appeared to be bugging him a bit. "It's always an issue. He always has that tightness he has to get through," Carroll added. Lynch is not in danger of missing the Thanksgiving game at San Francisco, but owners should still be practicing proper handcuffing strategy with Robert Turbin.
Odell Beckham was forced from Sunday night's game against the Cowboys with a back injury.
Beckham was injured on the end of a nine-yard catch in the fourth quarter, but later returned. He ended up missing just one play.
Lions LT Riley Reiff suffered a knee injury on the first play of Sunday's Week 12 loss at New England and did not return.
There's no update on the severity of Reiff's injury, but it's a major concern for an offense that has already lost LG Larry Warford (knee). UDFA Cornelius Lucas is Reiff's backup on Matthew Stafford's blind side.
Redskins RCB David Amerson was a healthy scratch for Week 12 after he violated a team rule.
The Skins were forced to start Tracy Porter, one of the worst cornerbacks in the league. Per NBC Washington's Dianna Marie Russini, Amerson "stayed out late Thursday" and overslept before missing Friday's practice. The 51st overall pick in last year's draft, Amerson has also been regularly fried in coverage this season. The onetime NCAA interceptions leader is looking like a bust.
Texans QB Ryan Mallett played through an injured right pectoral muscle during Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Bengals.
Mallett suffered the potentially season-ending injury in warmups, perhaps explaining his erratic play against the Browns. He's headed for an MRI and if it shows a tear, the chance he's been awaiting for so long is over. The Houston Chronicle is already suggesting that Ryan Fitzpatrick is "likely back" for the foreseeable future, although we wouldn't be shocked if the Texans turned to fourth-round rookie Tom Savage. Bill O'Brien has seen Fitzpatrick's ceiling and hit his head on it.
Brian Hartline caught 2-of-2 targets for 39 yards in Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos.
The wildly overpaid No. 2 receiver now has 31 catches on the season.
Damien Williams touched the ball once in Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos, losing a yard on a reception.
Williams was a distant third on the depth chart behind Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas. He has just three touchdowns over his past two games.
Daniel Thomas rushed three times for 19 yards and a touchdown in Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos.
Thomas vultured Lamar Miller for a three-yard score on Miami's opening possession, but got the rock just one time thereafter. Despite today's score, there's zero reason for Thomas to be owned in 12-14 team leagues.