DeSean Jackson (shoulder) is active for Week 7 against the Lions.
Stefon Diggs (groin) is active for Week 7 against the Eagles.
Diggs' availability was never in any real doubt after he got in a full practice Friday, but he has struggled in his last two games and is facing a tough defense. He is more of a WR3. Minnesota declared DT Sharrif Floyd (knee), TE MyCole Pruitt (knee, ankle), WR Jarius Wright (ankle), WR Laquon Treadwell (thumb), LB Kentrell Brothers, C Nick Easton, and OG Willie Beavers inactive for Week 7.
Latavius Murray (toe) is active for Week 7 against Jacksonville.
LeSean McCoy (hamstring) is active for Week 7 against the Dolphins.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports McCoy will be on a 25-35 plays limit, while NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said McCoy "should be his normal self." Bills beat writer Joe Buscaglia advises staying away from both McCoy and Mike Gillislee in fantasy. At the end of the day, this is a play/fade at your own risk situation. We have no idea why the Bills are pushing McCoy so hard to play.
Eagles declared DT Bennie Logan (groin), WR Bryce Treggs, S Terrence Brooks, CB C.J. Smith, OL Josh Andrews, OL Dillon Gordon, and OL Isaac Seumalo inactive for Week 7 against the Vikings.
Logan is the only one sitting out due to injury. Beau Allen should see more snaps with Logan sidelined.
Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) is active for Week 7 against the Bengals.
Pryor didn't practice much at all this week after injuring his hammy Week 6 against the Titans, but he's made a quick turnaround and will at least play limited snaps. Pryor is more of a WR3 at less than 100 percent.
Giants WR/KR Dwayne Harris was carted off the field Week 7 with an apparent back injury.
Harris took a big shot to the back on a punt return right before halftime. He stayed on the field for several minutes before riding the cart into the locker room. He is officially questionable to return.
Brian Hoyer will have surgery to repair his broken left forearm on Sunday.
Per ESPN's Adam Caplan, Hoyer is expected to miss at least eight weeks. With only nine games left on the Bears' schedule, there's a strong possibility Hoyer will be placed on season-ending IR. Matt Barkley will handle quarterback duties until Jay Cutler (thumb) is ready to return. It's a downgrade for all the Bears' receivers.