Denver 7's Troy Renck reports there is "hope" Trevor Siemian (foot) will play this week.
Renck reports Siemian's foot "has improved" since last week. Siemian will be evaluated on Monday. The Broncos got the win against Jacksonville, but they won despite Paxton Lynch. With a tougher test against Tennessee on tap, the Broncos need Siemian on the field if possible.
Danny Amendola suffered a high-ankle sprain Week 13 against the Rams.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the "plan is to make sure he's ready for the playoffs," suggesting he will be out for the rest of the regular season. Amendola did not have much fantasy value on his own, but his absence solidifies Malcolm Mitchell's spot in the offense. Mitchell is shaping up as a solid WR3 despite a tough schedule the rest of the way.
ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan reports "there was optimism" about Jason Pierre-Paul's groin injury on Sunday night.
Pierre-Paul left Week 13 against the Steelers late in the second quarter and never returned. The defensive end said after the game the injury "doesn’t concern me at all." We should know more following a Monday MRI.
James Starks played 7-of-58 (12%) snaps Week 13 against the Texans.
Starks opened the game with the starters, but he was benched the entire second quarter and only saw one carry after halftime. Ty Montgomery ended up playing 29 snaps and was the preferred back as the Packers tried to salt away the clock in the fourth quarter. Christine Michael was also much more involved than Starks. Looking like the third option in the backfield and with the Seahawks coming to town, Starks does not need to be held in shallow leagues.
Ladarius Green played 35-of-73 (48%) snaps Week 13 against the Giants.
Green has now seen his snap percentage grow each of the last three weeks, and he had easily his best game as a Steeler with six catches for 110 yards and a touchdown on eleven targets. With his playing time only going to grow, Green is now safe to fire up as a TE1.
Victor Cruz played 26-of-60 (43%) snaps Week 13 against the Steelers.
He actually was in on three fewer plays than undrafted rookie Roger Lewis. An every-snap player early in the season, Cruz has played less than 75% of the snaps in four of his last five games and has three catches total the last four games. He can be left on the wire.
Nelson Agholor played every offensive snap (80) Week 13 against the Bengals.
With Jordan Matthews out, Agholor jumped right back into an every-down role after his benching last week. As has been the case all season, however, that role did not result in much fantasy goodness even with Matthews out. Agholor finished sixth on the team with five targets and 23 yards against the Bengals. He can be left on the wire.
Tyreek Hill played 25-of-49 (51%) snaps Week 13 against the Falcons.
It was a step back after he played 67 percent of the snaps the previous two weeks, but game-flow likely played a role. Even so, it is a reminder Hill is still something of a part-time player, albeit one who is fed targets when on the field and can house it at any time. Despite the limited snaps, Hill will be a solid option this week against Oakland even if Jeremy Maclin returns.