Larry Fitzgerald (knee) missed practice again on Friday.
Fitz said earlier in the week that he was "highly likely" to play against the Falcons, but it's hard to imagine him being anywhere close to 100 percent even if he suits up. It sounds like Fitzgerald will be a game-time decision.
Dolphins CB Jamar Taylor (shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 13.
The Fins will also be without Cortland Finnegan (ankle), most likely, after he missed Friday's practice. Miami will likely have to turn to practice squad-types Lowell Rose and R.J. Stanford to play significant snaps on Monday Night Football against the Jets. It's a good thing the Dolphins are playing the Jets.
John Middlekauff of 957 The Game Bay Area reports Latavius Murray (concussion) is "not likely" to play in Week 13 against the Rams.
There was early-week optimism on Murray based on the fact that his concussion happened two Thursday nights ago, but he still hasn't been cleared to play in football games. It's obviously a disappointing development after Murray ran wild on the Chiefs on just four carries in Week 12. The Raiders will turn to an RBBC of Darren McFadden, Marcel Reece, and Maurice Jones-Drew at St. Louis.
Bengals WLB Vontaze Burfict (knee) missed practice all week.
He won't play at Tampa. Coach Marvin Lewis said after Friday's practice that Burfict is "progressing," but he said the same thing on Friday last week.
Jordan Reed (hamstring) is questionable for Week 13 against the Colts.
Reed practiced in full each and every day this week and is expected to return after missing Week 12. He's worth a dart-throw as a low-end TE1, but may not play his normal allotment of snaps. Niles Paul will also see action.
Robert Woods (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 13 against the Browns.
Woods will be full-go following his Week 12 blowup when he posted a 9-118-1 line against the Jets. He has a plus matchup at home against Buster Skrine and K'Waun Williams with Joe Haden likely locking in on Sammy Watkins. Woods checks in as our No. 57 receiver this week as a low-upside WR4/5.
Dwayne Allen (ankle) remained sidelined at Friday's practice and has been ruled out for Week 13.
Coby Fleener will play the vast majority of the snaps against Washington, with Jack Doyle serving as the blocking tight end. Despite last week's clunker, Fleener is squarely in the mix as an upside TE1. Allen has now missed two games. It's worth wondering if he indeed has a high ankle sprain.
Jerick McKinnon (back) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.
McKinnon hasn't practiced at all this week. As a rookie who doesn't practice during the week, we'd say he's probably on the wrong side of questionable-to-doubtful for Week 13 against the Panthers. If McKinnon can't go, the Vikings will throw something together with Matt Asiata, Joe Banyard, and Ben Tate.