Eddie Lacy (ankle, probable) told reporters Friday he "definitely feel(s) a lot better than I did finishing off last week."
Lacy was largely ineffective in the second half of last week's win over Atlanta, though that was in large part due to shaky blocking as the Falcons stacked the box. In Week 15, Lacy would be awfully difficult to bench against the Sean Lee-less Cowboys, who have been incredibly porous in run defense all year.
Tony Gonzalez (toe) is listed as questionable for Week 15.
The Falcons regularly list skill-position players as questionable even when they are fully expected to start. Such is the case for Gonzalez against the Redskins, who have been leaky in coverage of tight ends throughout the year.
Roddy White (knee) is listed as questionable for Week 15.
As he typically does, White is fully expected to play through the "Q" tag after practicing at least on a limited basis each day this week. Rotoworld's Pat Daugherty has Roddy ranked as the No. 16 overall fantasy receiver for Week 15. RotoPat's full position rankings are accessible at the link below.
DeAndre Hopkins (ankle, questionable) is listed as questionable for Week 15.
Hopkins hasn't been productive enough this year to be worth fantasy consideration in fantasy semifinals week. He's a WR4/5 in re-draft leagues.
Denarius Moore (shoulder) practiced again Friday and was "moving around pretty good," per the SF Chronicle's Vic Tafur.
Moore appears ready to return from his three-week shoulder injury, sending Andre Holmes into a third receiver role and shaking up Oakland's wideout corps. It's difficult to get excited about any Raiders pass catchers from a fantasy perspective ahead of Sunday's matchup with a reenergized Chiefs defense.
As of Friday, Wes Welker was still not medically cleared to return from his concussion.
It's unclear if Welker suffered a setback, but he still has plenty of time to pass the NFL's protocol concussion testing before Week 16. To the surprise of many, Andre Caldwell filled in as Denver's third receiver Thursday night.
Cowboys signed CB Orlando Scandrick to a two-year extension through 2018.
Scandrick's 2013 pay is unchanged, but his 2014 base salary was raised to $4.5 million and is now fully guaranteed. Per FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo, the new contract added $9 million to Scandrick's guarantees over the life of the deal. Scandrick has overtaken RCB Mo Claiborne as a starter this year and graded out as a top-20 coverage cornerback according to Pro Football Focus. Historically, Scandrick has been a slot corner.
Darren McFadden (ankle) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.
McFadden remains out indefinitely with no timetable to return.