Trevor Siemian (foot) practiced for the second straight day Thursday.
The Bengals have moved Cedric Ogbuehi to left tackle.
He's been ousted by Jake Fisher at right tackle. Ogbuehi will finish out the season as Andrew Whitworth's backup on the left side.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Jets are shutting C Nick Mangold (ankle) down for the rest of the season.
This was the most likely outcome after the team ruled Mangold out for Week 14 and announced he might need surgery. One month shy of his 33rd birthday, Mangold is due $8.475 million between salary and bonuses in the final year of his contract next season. Mangold remains a solid center, but probably won't be back at that price after struggling through injury in 2016.
Jets WR Devin Smith is expected to be active for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Activated from the PUP list a month ago, Smith has yet to be active this season. The No. 37 overall pick of last year's draft, Smith tore his ACL almost exactly one year ago. It's going to be hard for him to contribute behind Brandon Marshall and Quincy Enunwa down the stretch of a lost year, but perhaps he's worth a Dynasty flier.
Bills coach Rex Ryan is "hopeful" Robert Woods (knee) will return against the Steelers in Week 14.
Ryan likes what he's seen from Woods at practice this week. OC Anthony Lynn also anticipates Woods playing, though he isn't sure how much. Woods has missed the last two games with a sprained knee. With Sammy Watkins back, he's merely a WR3/4.
Jadeveon Clowney (elbow, wrist) returned to Texans practice Thursday.
It's far from a guarantee that he will return against the Colts, but it at least gives him a chance. If Clowney does play through his pair of injuries, he'll probably be on a snap count.
Jets C Nick Mangold (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 14, and could require surgery.
It's sounding like Mangold's season is most likely over. He could be headed to injured reserve before Sunday's game against the 49ers to free up a roster spot. Wesley Johnson is manning the pivot in Mangold's absence. One month shy of his 33rd birthday, Mangold is signed through 2017.
Adam Humphries (concussion) returned to practice on Thursday.
He's still in the league's concussion protocol but should have a chance to play Sunday against New Orleans. Tampa Bay's receiving corps got even thinner last week when Cecil Shorts went down with a torn ACL. Mike Evans is the only Bucs receiver with any fantasy significance.