Robert Woods (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
The Bills expect him to be fine for Sunday. Despite coming off a 9/118/1 line against the Jets, Woods won't be more than a low-end WR4 this week.
Dwayne Allen (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Coach Chuck Pagano said Allen remains day to day. Not being able to practice Wednesday isn't a good sign for his Week 13 status. Allen will be updated again on Thursday.
Bears placed OL Brian De La Puente (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season.
De La Puente had been the starting left guard the last two weeks, and made five appearances at center earlier in the season. Michael Ola is expected to move back inside, with Jordan Mills (ribs) returning at right tackle The Bears promoted DT Brandon Dunn from the practice squad in a corresponding move.
Jordan Matthews (knee) is probable for Thursday's Thanksgiving Day Week 13 game against the Cowboys.
Matthews will slot in as a high-end WR3 against Cowboys slot CB Orlando Scandrick.
Zach Ertz (oblique) is probable for Thursday's Thanksgiving Day Week 13 game against the Cowboys.
Ertz briefly left Week 12 but later returned to post a 4-30 line against the Titans. He's merely a TE2 with some TE1 upside against Dallas' tight end-friendly defense.
Harry Douglas (foot) is not practicing Wednesday.
Douglas has battled the foot for the majority of the season, but has been playing the past couple weeks. However, he's a fantasy non-factor behind Julio and Roddy.
Brandon Bostick (hip) returned to practice Wednesday.
Bostick has a chance to return after missing the last two games. He's played just 27 snaps this year behind Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers. Bostick should be considered questionable for Week 13.
Jordan Cameron (concussion) is practicing Wednesday, but remains day-to-day.
Coach Mike Pettine said, "We're looking for [Cameron] to practice symptom-free for a couple of days in a row. Still day-to-day." If Cameron can string a few practices together this week, he'll likely be active for Week 13 against the Bills after missing the past four games. He's a high-upside add for the stretch run.