Jordan Matthews (knee) is practicing in full for Week 16 against the Redskins.
Matthews is coming off a goose egg on one target in Week 15. He'd make for an intriguing DFS play after back-to-back down weeks. The Redskins' secondary is brutal.
Broncos signed S Josh Bush off their practice squad.
After losing backup safety and special teamer Quinton Carter to I.R. last week, Bush gets the call. He'll fill the exact same role as Carter. Bush appeared in 35 games for the Jets across the 2012-2014 seasons.
Eddie Lacy (eye) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
The Packers listed Lacy with an eye injury, so this isn't related to his hip issue. With 100 total yards in seven straight games, Lacy is locked in as an RB1 for Week 16 against the Bucs.
Philip Rivers (chest) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.
Rivers hasn't practiced the last two days, but isn't in danger of missing Saturday's game against the 49ers. He'll be a low-end QB1 for Week 16.
Keenan Allen (ankle, collarbone) is not practicing Wednesday.
As expected. Battling a bum ankle and a broken collarbone, we're not expecting Allen to play Saturday night against the 49ers. He's likely done for the season.
Delanie Walker (knee) is listed as questionable for Week 16.
Despite the questionable tag, Walker should be fine for Thursday night. He's a mid-range TE1 against Jacksonville.
Kendall Wright (hand) is listed as questionable for Thursday night against Jacksonville.
Wright was limited in practice this week, putting him on track to play. He doesn't expect to need a cast or splint if he suits up. Wright is a low-end WR3 for Week 16.
Ryan Mathews (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.
Mathews reportedly "wasn't close to playing" last Sunday. With the Chargers now on a short week and playing Saturday night against the 49ers, Mathews' chances of suiting up appear slim. It'll be Branden Oliver and Donald Brown.