Jordan Reed (concussion) is listed as questionable for Week 15.
FOX Sports reported on Friday that Reed would be shut down for the season, so we're not expecting him to be play at Atlanta. Per beat writer Chris Russell, Reed "has to past a test tomorrow and then the conditioning test on Sunday." In the unlikely event Reed is active, he'll be a TE1 against the Falcons.
Jets promoted WR Saalim Hakim from their practice squad.
The 2012 UDFA out of Tarleton State spent time on the Saints' active roster late last year. He's taking Stephen Hill's place on the 53-man roster.
Eagles RCB Cary Williams (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 15.
Williams was a late addition to the injury report, but he's going to be fine to face the Vikings. Just 86th-of-111 in Pro Football Focus' cornerback ratings this season, Williams has graded out 98th strictly in pass coverage.
Texans interim coach Wade Phillips said Friday that Garrett Graham (hamstring, questionable) "could play" in Week 15 against the Colts despite not practicing at all this week.
He'll be a game-time decision, with the Texans basing Graham's availability on a pre-game workout. Fantasy owners can downgrade Graham slightly due to the injury, even if he's active. He's clearly not going to be 100 percent.
Rob Housler (groin) missed Cardinals practice Friday.
The Cards will likely turn to Jake Ballard and Jim Dray at tight end.
Matt Flynn was the Packers' first-team quarterback during the opening portion of Friday's practice.
The Packers didn't suddenly elevate Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) onto the first team, which suggests they are still planning to start Flynn. Beat writers also expect Flynn to get the nod. "Judging body language, Rodgers didn't seem thrilled," wrote beat reporter Ty Dunne after observing drills.
Dexter McCluster (ankle) missed practice again Friday.
McCluster can safely be scratched off Week 15 sleeper lists.
Reggie Bush (calf) returned to practice Friday, and the Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett is giving Bush an "88.9 percent" chance of playing on Monday Night Football against Baltimore.
Birkett was half joking with the "88.9 percent," but he clearly expects Bush to play after seeing him move around on the practice field and at Lions headquarters. Bush is an every-week RB1 whenever active, even despite last week's pre-game disaster. He'll also be back indoors Monday, where the Lions' coaching staff has more confidence feeding Bush and playing him on a high volume of snaps.