Aaron Rodgers (hamstring) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
The Pack are just managing Rodgers' reps. His hamstring wasn't a major issue in last week's win over the Texans.
The Washington defense is last in the NFL in third-down defense, allowing opposing offenses to convert at a 48 percent clip.
The Redskins have struggled defensively in two recent losses, allowing 31.0 points per game while failing to force a single turnover. "Those are the key facets of winning football games and playing winning defense," said coach Jay Gruden of third-down defense, red-zone defense and creating turnovers. The Redskins D/ST has struggled recently but is an interesting potential streaming option on the road against the Philadelphia offense that hasn't score more than 15 points in a game since Week 10.
Raiders LG Kelechi Osemele (illness) is inactive for Week 14 against the Chiefs.
Osemele couldn't get healthy on a short week. It's a big blow for what's been one of the league's top offensive lines. Osemele has been worth every penny as a free agent this year. He should be back for Week 15. Inactive for the Raiders are QB Connor Cook, CB Antonio Hamilton, S Karl Joseph, DT Darius Latham, LB Shilique Calhoun and DT Stacy McGee.
Jeremy Maclin (groin) is active for Week 14 against the Raiders.
Maclin is finally ready to go after missing four games. With Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce both cooking, Maclin is hard to trust as more than a low-end WR4 as he knocks the rust off. Inactive for the Chiefs are QB Tyler Bray, CB D.J. White, CB Kenneth Acker, RB Knile Davis, LB Dadi Nicolas, OL Mike Person and TE Ross Travis.
T.J. Yeldon (ankle) is practicing in full for Week 14.
Even if Chris Ivory (hamstring) returns against the Vikings, Yeldon will lead the Jaguars' backfield. Going up against the Vikings' elite defense in a broken offense, Yeldon is a last-gasp RB3/FLEX.
Rams WR Tavon Austin (chest) is practicing in full for Week 14.
The gadget player sat out last week's loss to the Patriots. If Austin returns against the Falcons, as is looking likely, he'll be a WR5 with deer-in-headlights rookie Jared Goff under center.
Matt Forte (knee, foot) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.
Forte is ready to rock for Sunday's mouthwatering matchup with the 49ers.
Patriots signed WR Griff Whalen.
The Pats needed a warm body at receiver after Danny Amendola suffered a high-ankle sprain. Whalen can run routes out of the slot and contribute on special teams.