FOX Sports reports Jordan Reed (concussion) will be shut down for the rest of the season.
Speaking Thursday, coach Mike Shanahan said the team hadn't considered shutting Reed down, but it would make sense with Washington's season in the tank, particularly after Reed suffered a setback in Week 13. It's unclear if the Redskins plan to send Reed to injured reserve, or simply mark him as a weekly inactive. Either way, Reed can be safely dropped in re-draft fantasy leagues. If Reed's rookie year is indeed through, he finishes with 45 catches for 499 yards and three touchdowns. A highly athletic "move" tight end, Reed has been badly missed as the No. 2 option in Washington's passing attack. He'll be a TE1 for 2014.
Case Keenum is listed on the Week 15 injury report with a left (non-throwing) shoulder injury, but is practicing in full.
Keenum is good to go for Sunday's game against the Colts. Still struggling against the blitz and adjusting to life without play-caller Gary Kubiak, Keenum is a low-end QB2 for Week 15.
DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Hopkins is fully expected to be ready for Sunday's game against the Colts, where he'll be a WR4.
Antonio Cromartie (concussion) returned to Jets practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
It gives him at least a shot at suiting up against the Panthers. Speaking Thursday, Cromartie said he felt "fine." Coach Rex Ryan has hinted Cromartie will be a game-time decision.
Jordan Todman (shoulder) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.
Todman is in no danger of missing Sunday's game, but Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) is. That would leave Todman as the Jaguars' starter, and borderline RB2 against the Bills. MJD owners need to have Todman at the ready.
Delanie Walker (concussion) remained "full" in Thursday's practice.
Barring a setback, Walker is ready to roll as a TE1 against a Cardinals defense allowing the most fantasy points to tight ends.
Brandon Weeden (concussion) is practicing in full for Week 15, and will back up Jason Campbell against the Bears.
Weeden isn't much, but he's still more than Alex Tanney. Weeden has zero chance of reclaiming the Browns' starting job without injury to Campbell.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) is "holding out hope" he can play Sunday against the Cowboys.
Rodgers answered "yes" when asked directly if he was holding out hope he'd return for Week 15. Otherwise, Rodgers was vague in a post-practice Q&A with reporters. The vagary is likely meant to mislead the Cowboys more than anything else. Rodgers "feels better" this week, and has even taken some snaps with the first-team offense. He's yet to be medically cleared, however. Rodgers believes he'd "need to take the majority of the reps" in Friday's practice in order to play. The team has hinted he'll undergo a scan Friday morning. The test will almost certainly decide his Week 15 fate. Matt Flynn is still the favorite to be under center in Dallas, but nothing is set in stone.