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Despite returning to practice Friday, Mark Ingram (toe) was noncommittal when asked about his Week 13 availability.

"We'll see," said Ingram, adding that his Wednesday and Thursday absences from practice were due to "soreness" in the toe. Ingram said the toe "felt good" during Friday's practice. Still, it's conceivable his role is scaled back a bit on Sunday, with Tim Hightower shouldering more of the load. Reports on Ingram's toe will be worth monitoring closely into Sunday morning.
Dec 2 - 2:52 PM

Tyrann Mathieu (shoulder) is doubtful for Week 13 against the Redskins.

Mathieu has sat out practice the last two days after opening the week as a limited participant. Coach Bruce Arians is calling Mathieu a "game-time decision," but it would be a major upset if he plays on Sunday. Things are looking up for Jamison Crowder and Vernon Davis with Mathieu absent from the slot this week.
Dec 2 - 2:48 PM

According to Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advanced Media, Jordan Matthews (ankle, questionable) is a "true 50/50 game-time decision" for Week 13 against the Bengals.

He was downgraded to DNP at Friday's practice after returning to a limited session on Thursday. The Eagles are desperately thin at receiver and will probably wait as long as they can to see if Matthews can give it a go. Fortunately the Eagles play at 1 PM ET on Sunday, so fantasy owners will have time to make changes if he can't get the green light. Nelson Agholor was benched last week but will probably have to suit up for this one with Matthews hobbled.
Dec 2 - 2:20 PM

Mark Ingram (toe) returned to Saints practice Friday.

Ingram sat out Wednesday and Thursday's sessions. His Friday return is a strong indication Ingram will be good to go against the Lions, where he has earned borderline RB1 treatment by averaging over eight yards per carry over his last four games. Tim Hightower will stay heavily involved, and could even out-touch Ingram on Sunday. The Saints have been riding the "hot hand" in games.
Dec 2 - 2:16 PM

Tyrell Williams (shoulder) returned to Chargers practice Friday and said he will play Sunday versus Tampa Bay.

"I should be 100 percent by Sunday," Williams said. The San Diego Union-Tribune confirmed Williams is dealing with a torn labrum in his shoulder, so he isn't going to be 100 percent. "I feel good so far," Williams said. "I feel fine. I feel fine." Added coach Mike McCoy, "He’s played with this before," referring to Williams' labrum tear in college. "He understands what he’s dealing with. He knows what he can and can’t do."
Dec 2 - 1:57 PM

Eddie Royal (toe) is questionable for Week 13 against the 49ers.

Royal sat out the first two days of practice this week and seems like a long shot for Sunday. He actually had negative yards in his last game. Royal won't be a fantasy option even if he suits up this week.
Dec 2 - 1:54 PM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase indicated Friday that he will err on the side of caution with DeVante Parker (back) and protect Parker from himself, even if Parker says he can play against the Ravens.

This is the opposite of the Bills' approach to injured players. "He might even tell me I'm ready to go and I might say no," were Gase's words when quizzed on Parker's availability. Gase did say Parker "took a step forward" on Friday. Still, it would be stunning if Parker played in Baltimore.
Dec 2 - 1:47 PM

The Dolphins expect LT Branden Albert (wrist) and LG Laremy Tunsil (shoulder) to play in Week 13 at Baltimore.

The Dolphins really could have used these guys last week against the 49ers, when Jay Ajayi struggled to run between the tackles without them. Miami still won the game and should now have both back against a far stouter Baltimore front.
Dec 2 - 1:43 PM
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