Keenan Allen (shoulder) is listed as probable for Thursday night's Week 15 game against the Broncos.
Allen practiced in full all week and will be a high-end WR2. He gave fantasy owners a scare last Sunday when he sprained his shoulder, but Allen is ready to go.
Carson Palmer (elbow) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Palmer looked like his normal self last week against the Rams after hurting his elbow in Week 13 versus Philadelphia. He's a back-end QB2 for Week 15.
Andre Ellington (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Ellington looked spry in his return to action against the Rams, and he has a plus matchup in Tennessee this week. Ellington will be on the RB2/flex radar. But, as usual, he and Rashard Mendenhall will cap each other's upside.
Jeremy Kerley (elbow) is practicing in full this week.
Kerley returned to action last week after missing a few games with a dislocated elbow. He's Geno Smith's safety blanket but is merely a WR4 fantasy-wise.
Santonio Holmes (foot, hamstring) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
After being limited to just three snaps in Week 12, Holmes returned to make three catches for 55 yards last week as the starter. He'll be nothing more than a borderline WR4 against a talented Carolina defense this Sunday.
John Carlson (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.
Carlson was concussed in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. He'll be in a race to get cleared for Week 15 against the Eagles. If Carlson can't go, Rhett Ellison and Chase Ford will handle tight end duties for Minnesota.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis (illness) did not practice Wednesday.
Green-Ellis is day to day with an illness. He's in no danger of missing Week 15 against the Steelers.
Jordan Reed (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.
Reed's concussion has been lingering for a couple weeks. He said late last week that he felt "a lot better" and planned on playing Week 14, but he was ultimately inactive. Reed seems highly questionable for Week 15 against Atlanta.