Doug Martin (questionable, ankle) got the majority of first-team reps this week.
Martin missed the last three games with his ankle injury. He should have an opportunity to regain his starting job after Bobby Rainey and Charles Sims failed to impress in expanded roles. The Bucs run-scheme has been a disaster under rookie OC Marcus Arroyo, and rank last in the NFC with just 217 attempts. Martin isn't more than an RB4 for Sunday's game with the Bears.
Robert Meachem (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 12.
With Brandin Cooks out for the year, Meachem will be the No. 3 receiver if active. He has just five catches for 85 yards this season.
Khiry Robinson (arm) has been ruled out for Week 12.
Robinson will miss his fifth straight game. He doesn't have a timetable to return, and could be dealing with a setback. Mark Ingram remains the Saints' unquestioned early-down back.
Mark Ingram (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 12 against the Ravens.
Even with Pierre Thomas returning, Ingram is going to continue to see a heavy workload. He's averaging 114.8 yards and 26 carries over the last four games. Ingram is Rotoworld's No. 7 running back this week.
Pierre Thomas (shoulder) is listed as probable for Monday night's game against the Ravens.
Thomas practiced on a limited to basis this week and has been cleared to return. He's missed the last four games, leaving his role behind Mark Ingram up in the air. Thomas should be avoided as an RB3/FLEX option in his first game back.
Travaris Cadet (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 12.
Cadet was held out on Wednesday, but is on track to play after practicing the last two days. His role in the pass game will be reduced with Pierre Thomas returning. Cadet isn't on the Week 12 fantasy radar.
The Broncos waived RB Kapri Bibbs.
Bibbs was promoted from the practice squad last month after drawing interest from Buffalo. He didn't appear in any games, and will no longer be stashed on the active roster. The Broncos signed RB Jeremy Stewart in a corresponding move.
Saints CB Keenan Lewis (probable, knee) expects to play in Week 12.
Lewis was limited to just 11 snaps against the Bengals last week. He should be active for Monday night, but isn't a lock to resume an every-down role. Patrick Robinson will continue to see time opposite Corey White.