ESPN New York reports Darelle Revis (concussion) is unlikely to play Sunday.
Revis was sent home from Wednesday’s practice. Coach Todd Bowles said the Jets aren’t planning on having him this week. Buster Skrine or Marcus Williams will start if Revis is held out, with Willams playing the outside in nickel packages.
Chris Johnson (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It's not clear when Johnson suffered the injury. The Cardinals could be managing his reps. Johnson is set up for a big Week 12 with a matchup against the 49ers.
Thomas Rawls (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Seattle beat writers haven't expressed any concern over Rawls' knee injury. With Marshawn Lynch out 4-6 weeks, Rawls is a plug-and-play RB1.
Doug Baldwin (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Baldwin was injured late in Sunday's win. Coach Pete Carroll said he expects him to play this week. Baldwin is a low-upside WR4 for Week 12.
49ers claimed OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong off waivers from the Raiders.
He takes the spot of Glenn Dorsey (ACL surgery). Armstrong opened the season in a sub-package role with Oakland, but played limited snaps before getting cut. He’ll give the 49ers situational depth.
49ers placed LE Glenn Dorsey (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Dorsey is facing a 7-9 month ACL rehab. He’ll return at his $1.8M base salary in 2016. The 49ers claimed OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong off waivers to replace Dorsey.
Keshawn Martin (hamstring) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Martin was limited in practice last week, but missed his fifth straight game. He has potential for a big role with Danny Amendola's status up in the air. Martin will be updated on Thursday.
Owen Daniels (knee) was limited in Wednesday’s practice.
It’s likely a maintenance day. Daniels didn’t look to have any setbacks on 59 snaps last week. The Broncos used two-tight end sets as a base offense in Brock Osweiler's first start, employing Daniels and Vernon Davis equally.