John Brown (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 12.
It's an upgrade from last week, when Brown was listed as questionable. Brown has struggled playing through injuries, managing just three catches since Week 7. He's a boom-or-bust WR3 against the 49ers.
Chris Johnson (knee) is probable for Week 12 against the 49ers.
The Cardinals limited Johnson's reps this week, but his status was never a concern. He's averaging 3.2 YPC over his last three games. Johnson is our No. 16 running back for Week 12.
Anquan Boldin (hamstring) is probable for Week 12.
Boldin didn't look fully healthy last week, but still led the 49ers in receiving. He should benefit from Patrick Peterson (ankle) being at less than 100 percent. Boldin is a low-end WR3/FLEX.
Carlos Hyde (foot) has been ruled out for Week 12.
Hyde didn't practice all week and remains with a timetable. Shaun Draughn will continue to lead the 49ers' committee.
Brandon Marshall (toe, knee) is listed as probable for Week 12 against Miami.
Marshall has a touchdown in three straight games despite not being fully healthy. He’s Rotoworld’s No. 12 receiver this week.
Owen Daniels (knee) is listed as probable for Week 12.
Daniels was upgraded to full on Friday after practicing on a limited basis the last two days. The Broncos used heavy tight end sets in Week 11, but Daniels will see fewer targets with Emmanuel Sanders (probable, ankle) returning. Daniels isn't more than a low-upside TE2.
Doug Baldwin (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 12 against the Steelers.
Like his teammate Thomas Rawls (knee), Baldwin got the day off Wednesday before putting in a full practice on Thanksgiving. The fifth-year wideout has averaged 97 yards per game over his last two outings.
Thomas Rawls (knee) is listed as probable for Week 12 against the Steelers.
Rawls returned to a limited practice on Thursday after getting a breather on Wednesday. The surprising rookie had a monster game last week against the Niners and should be treated as a weekly RB1 going forward.