Delanie Walker has passed his final concussion tests and has been cleared to play Week 12 against the Eagles.
Walker is listed as probable. He will be a low-end TE1 against an Eagles' defense that has been tough against tight ends this season.
ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky expects Clay Matthews to continue getting snaps as an inside linebacker Week 12 against the Vikings.
Matthews has played well since debuting in the middle against the Bears Week 10. Matthews has 16 tackles total and two sacks in the last two weeks and is averaging the fifth most fantasy points among linebackers over that span. He will be on the LB1 map against the Vikings.
Saints CB Keenan Lewis (knee) got in a limited practice on Friday.
He will likely be limited again on Saturday and listed as questionable for Monday night's tilt with Baltimore. Lewis said he felt "awful" physically after being limited to just 11 snaps against the Bengals Week 12. Even if he plays, Lewis will be at far less than 100 percent.
ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett said Mark Ingram will continue to get the "lion's share" of carries even if Pierre Thomas returns against the Ravens Monday night.
Thomas appears on track to play against Baltimore, but his status will have little bearing on Ingram's workload. Averaging 26 carries a game over his last four, Ingram is almost a lock to see 20 touches against the Ravens. Thomas will unseat Travaris Cadet as the passing-game back when he returns.
ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett said Khiry Robinson may have suffered a setback or opted for surgery on his injured arm.
Triplett said Robinson "seemed closer to returning a few weeks ago," adding there is still no real timetable on Robinson's return. Robinson will not play against the Ravens Monday night, and could possibly be out the rest of the regular season. We really have no idea. Mark Ingram will continue to be a the early down bell cow in New Orleans.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh feels like Vernon Davis is "ready to break out."
Harbaugh used a confusing olive jar analogy in his rambling explanation, but the point was clear. Whether or not the breakout is actually coming is less clear. The 49ers have been forcing the ball to Davis over the last several weeks, but he has only managed four catches and 34 yards total over the last three games. Traditionally dominant in the red zone, Davis has not even been targeted inside the 20 since Week 1. Davis is too risky to play in seasonal leagues, but could be worth a punt in daily formats.
Pete Carroll said the Seahawks "would love to have" Marshawn Lynch back in 2015, calling him "our guy."
Conventional wisdom suggests the Seahawks will part ways with their enigmatic star after this season, but that is far from guaranteed. Lynch is still one of the top backs in the league and makes plays seemingly every game that only a few players in the league can make. Seattle has plenty of cap space to both sign Russell Wilson to a long-term extension and hold onto Lynch for another run in 2015. Lynch is on pace for almost 1,700 total yards and 19 total touchdowns this season.
Bucs WLB Lavonte David (hamstring) missed practice on Friday and is listed as questionable for Week 12 against the Bears.
David did not practice on Thursday or Friday after being limited on Wednesday. Even if he plays, David will likely be far less than 100 percent. The Bucs will turn to Dane Fletcher if David is unable to go.