T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) is officially inactive for Week 16 against the Cowboys.
Hilton tested out his hamstring before the game, but the Colts eventually made the correct decision to sit their talented wide receiver. With the division locked up and a first-round bye a pipe dream, there is no reason to risk Hilton against Dallas. Donte Moncrief is a high-upside play against the Cowboys burnable defense.
C.J. Spiller (collarbone) is active for Week 16 against the Raiders, as expected.
Spiller was listed as probable. He's back after an eight-week stay on I.R./recall. With Spiller active, Bryce Brown is a healthy scratch. Also inactive for the Bills are WR Deonte Thompson, CB Ross Cockrell, LB Larry Dean, LB Randell Johnson, OL Cyrus Kouandjio, and TE Chris Gragg.
Vikings WLB Chad Greenway exited Sunday's game with a third-quarter knee injury.
His status for the rest of the game is uncertain, but it's not a positive development. The Vikings already lost SLB Anthony Barr to a year-ending knee injury.
Rashad Jennings (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's Week 16 game at the Rams.
Jennings was ruled out early in the week, suggesting he's no lock to return for the meaningless Week 17 finale. Andre Williams will carry the mail in a tough spot at St. Louis Sunday. The rest of the Giants inactives: CB Jaron Hosley, LB james Davidson, OL Adam Gettis, OG Eric Herman, DT Dominique Hamilton, TE Jerome Cunningham.
Texans RG Brandon Brooks left Week 16 against the Ravens with an ankle injury.
Brooks hobbled to the locker room before later returning to the sideline with a noticeable limp. RT Derek Newton has kicked inside to guard with Tyson Clabo entering at right tackle. Brooks is PFF's No. 5 overall right guard.
Bears DE Willie Young left Sunday's Week 16 game against the Lions with an Achilles' injury.
Young went down on a non-contact play and had to be carted off. The ex-Lion is likely done for the season.
Pierre Thomas exited Week 16 against the Falcons with a foot injury.
Thomas is out for the game. It is unclear when the injury occurred. Thomas' final touch of the game was a 16-yard screen catch in the middle of the first quarter. He did not appear to injury himself on the play. With Travaris Cadet inactive, Mark Ingram could see a bump in pass-game usage. Khiry Robinson will see a bump in snaps as well.
Johnny Manziel exited Sunday's game after taking a hit from Panthers S Colin Jones in the second quarter.
On a designed run in the second quarter, Johnny Football took a blow to the head from Jones. Brian Hoyer entered the game. Manziel ultimately went to the locker room with a towel on his head and surrounded by trainers. Officially, the Browns are saying Manziel suffered a hamstring injury. Before leaving, Manziel was 3-of-8 passing for 32 yards and three rushing yards. We don't expect Manziel to reenter Sunday's game.