Delanie Walker (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's Week 14 game at Denver, as expected.
Walker was unable to get cleared following his Week 13 concussion, leaving the Titans tight end spot in the hands of Craig Stevens, Taylor Thompson and Visanthe Shiancoe. They've also finally decided to make Kenny Britt inactive, instead rolling with practice squad callup Michael Preston. The rest of their inactives: QB John Skelton, WR Damiam Williams, DB Micah Pellerin, T Byron Stingily and DE LaVar Edwards.
Eddie Lacy was shaken up at the end of the first half of Sunday's Week 14 game against Atlanta, suffering an ankle injury.
The Packers should have taken a knee with :15 left in the second quarter. Instead, they gave Lacy a meaningless carry and he suffered the tweaked ankle. If this is it for Lacy's Week 14 game, he'll finish with 54 total yards and a goal-line touchdown among 13 touches. James Starks is now in. Lacy was later spotted toward the beginning of the third quarter jogging up and down the sideline with his helmet on, which is a good sign.
Julius Thomas (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Thomas is a top-four fantasy option as he should be close to 100 percent. The Broncos have also decided to scratch Ronnie Hillman, leaving C.J. Anderson behind Knowshon Moreno and Montee Ball. Champ Bailey (foot) is inactive once again. The rest of Denver's inactives: QB Zac Dysert, WR Trindon Holliday, C J.D. Walton, G Chris Kuper and DE Derek Wolfe.
Reggie Bush played zero snaps in the first half after aggravating his calf injury during pregame warmups.
Even though Joique Bell lost two red-zone fumbles in the first half, Bush never took his heavy jacket off. He's going to leave owners that failed to get him out of lineups with a zero in the box score. The Lions benched Bush in Week 11 due to slippery conditions in Pittsburgh, so there's no way he'll be playing in six inches of snow in Philly.
Adrian Peterson was forced from Sunday's game against the Ravens with a right ankle injury, and is questionable to return.
Peterson went down in a heap, remaining on the ground in pain for several minutes. It had the looks of a potentially serious injury as he was helped to the sideline, but AD was soon moving around on his own, testing his footing. He was eventually carted to the locker room, however. The good news is that AD appears to have avoided a truly serious injury, but he's likely done for the day. He had just seven carries for 13 yards before departing. Toby Gerhart is now in as the Vikings' feature back. Peterson should be considered highly questionable for Week 15.
Evan Royster was forced from Sunday's game against the Chiefs with an ankle injury.
Royster could put no weight on his ankle as he was helped off the field, and was immediately carted to the locker room. He's been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain. Seeing time at fullback with Darrel Young inactive, Royster had one catch for three yards before going down.
Falcons FS Thomas DeCoud exited Sunday's Week 14 game at Lambeau with a first-quarter head injury.
DeCoud went down in a heap at the tail end of a punishing run by Eddie Lacy on Green Bay's opening drive. DeCoud was later declared done for the day.
Reggie Bush aggravated his calf injury during warmups and did not start Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Bush slipped on the snowy field and went down frustrated. Officially, the Lions are saying he's questionable to play at all. But considering they benched him in Week 11 due to a wet field in Pittsburgh, we'd be surprised to see him for any significant action. Joique Bell played every snap on the Lions' opening drive.