The Patriots will not activate DT Chris Jones (calf surgery) from the reserve/PUP list, ending his season.
NFL suspended free agent S LaRon Landry indefinitely.
A habitual PED-abuser, Landry just recently returned from a 10-game ban. It's unclear what his latest suspension is for, but it should just about end his career. Landry turned 31 last month, and hasn't generated any known interest since getting cut loose by the Colts last February.
Raiders waived OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong.
Armstrong had played 211 snaps on defense this season, but fallen out of favor in recent weeks. Armstrong has some play-making ability, but is too mistake prone to be a difference maker.
Packers WR Ty Montgomery (ankle) has yet to resume practicing.
Montgomery aggravated his injury last Thursday, and seems to be without a timeline for a return. The Pack's receiver corps needs all the help it can get, but Montgomery is off the radar in re-draft leagues.
Davante Adams (ankle) remained limited in Tuesday's practice.
The Pack are just managing Adams' reps on a short week. He'll be in the WR2/3 conversation against the Bears on Thanksgiving.
CSN New England reports Aaron Dobson (ankle) is expected to miss "at least" Week 12.
It sounds like Dobson is staring at (another) multi-week absence. Even with their situation dire at receiver, the Pats could cut their losses and place Dobson on injured reserve.
CSN New England reports Danny Amendola has a sprained knee, but is "not expected to miss an extended period of time."
Per reporter Tom Curran, Amendola has yet to even be ruled out for Week 12. Curran reports his availability against the Broncos will be determined by "how he responds to treatment and an increase in workload as the week progresses." For now, owners shouldn't plan on having Amendola for Sunday, but it sounds like one missed game might be the worst-case scenario. Amendola's status will be updated when the Patriots return to practice on Wednesday.
Eddie Lacy (ankle) was upgraded to "full" in Tuesday's practice.
Lacy will be good to go for Thanksgiving night against the Bears. Coach Mike McCarthy has claimed he'll stick with a timeshare in the backfield, but we certainly expect Fat Eddie to get an opportunity to establish the "hot hand." With James Starks sill looming, Lacy is a lower-end RB2 for the time being.