Larry Donnell (neck) is not practicing Wednesday.
Donnell said he's been cleared to play and feels 100 percent. The Giants obviously feel differently. Either way, if he plays, Donnell isn't fantasy-relevant.
Ty Montgomery (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 12 against the Bears.
Randall Cobb, James Jones, and Davante Adams will continue to handle three-wide duties, with Jeff Janis mixing in as the No. 4 receiver. Whenever Montgomery returns, he could push Adams and Janis for snaps.
The Steelers failed to activate OT Mike Adams (back) from reserve/PUP, ending his season.
Adams showed up to camp coming off back surgery and never practiced once with the team. The former second-round pick will be a free agent in March.
Bucs WLB Lavonte David has been named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 11.
David has actually had a really down season after inking a five-year, $50.25 million extension in August. After 11 weeks, David is Pro Football Focus' 32nd-ranked 4-3 outside linebacker out of 33 qualifiers. But on Sunday against the Eagles, David flashed his All-Pro ability, picking off a couple Mark Sanchez passes, returning one for an interception, and playing stout run defense.
Texans LE J.J. Watt has been named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 11.
It's his first Defensive Player of the Week of the season, though he's been his thoroughly-dominant self all year. Last week against the Jets, Watt piled up eight solo tackles, a pair of sacks, five tackles for loss, and five quarterback hits. He's on his way to being named a unanimous first-team All-Pro again.
Suspended free agent RB Joseph Randle was arrested at a Kansas casino Tuesday night.
He's facing several charges, including felony criminal threats, misdemeanor assault of a law enforcement officer, battery, and disorderly conduct. Randle was reportedly told to leave the casino because he was too drunk. On the way out, he spit on the floor and "went berserk" on the cops. Randle has a history of legal troubles and is still in custody on $25,000 bail.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot believes the Browns will "probably part ways" and "are ready to move on" from Johnny Manziel this offseason.
Cleveland is unlikely to cut Manziel before the end of the season in hopes of getting a late-round pick for him via trade, but it's pretty clear the organization, particularly coach Mike Pettine, has run out of rope with the soon-to-be 23-year-old, who's refused to ditch his partying ways. Owner Jimmy Haslam pushed to draft Manziel, so maybe he'll step in and overrule a Manziel departure.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Marshawn Lynch is undergoing sports-hernia surgery Wednesday morning.
Lynch is expected to miss "about a month," as FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reported Tuesday. That's on the optimistic side. According to Dr. David Chao, former Chargers team physician, six weeks is "average" return. Arian Foster, who's of similar age to Lynch, missed eight weeks after sports-hernia surgery this summer. Lynch can probably be cut from re-draft teams now. Thomas Rawls sits atop the depth chart for the foreseeable future. Lynch might be back for the playoffs.