Adrian Peterson (questionable, foot) admitted Friday he has not stopped experiencing pain in his sprained foot.
"It’s pain there, but it’s at the point where you have to suck some of the pain up," said Peterson, who did practice on a limited basis Friday. Coach Leslie Frazier conceded after the workout that he was surprised at how quickly Peterson has healed, although we've learned that it's par for the course with him. Peterson has a realistic shot to start against Philadelphia.
Rams LCB Janoris Jenkins (groin) is listed as questionable for Week 15.
He didn't practice on Friday, further upgrading an already-cake matchup for Drew Brees. Jenkins has been St. Louis' top cornerback throughout the year.
Tavon Austin (ankle) remained in a walking boot at Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Week 15.
Austin would've been a risky WR3 even if he were healthy. He clearly isn't, failing to practice at all this week. Scratch him of your sleepers list.
Michael Floyd (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 15, but is expected to play against the Titans.
Floyd was limited in Thursday and Friday's workouts. Set to play through injury in a difficult matchup with Tennessee's smothering perimeter coverage, Floyd is more WR3 roll of the dice than WR2 in the fantasy semifinals.
Carson Palmer (elbow) is listed as questionable for Week 15 after a limited week of practice.
Just like last week, Palmer was limited every day in practice but will play through his elbow tweak against the Titans. He's a mid-range QB2 in fantasy.
Bears WLB Lance Briggs (shoulder) is targeting Week 16 for his return.
Recovering from a fractured shoulder, Briggs returned to practice on a limited basis this week. He won't play against the Browns, but has a chance to play against the Eagles. The Bears have been using rookie Khaseem Greene at weak-side linebacker in the meantime, and Greene has struggled mightily.
Dexter McCluster (questionable, ankle) is dealing with a laceration on his foot.
Per the Kansas City Star's Terez Paylor, the Chiefs "haven't ruled out MRSA" for McCluster, but also haven't ruled him out for Week 15. Either way, McCluster is a player to avoid in fantasy semifinals lineup decisions.
Delanie Walker (concussion) is listed as probable for Week 15.
Walker is a worthwhile back-end TE1 against the Cardinals' defense.