Larry Fitzgerald (knee) remained sidelined Thursday.
Fitz said he was "optimistic" about suiting up against the Falcons, but admitted it's not his call. Nearly all signs have pointed toward Fitz sitting for the second-straight week. Even if he does play, he won't be a recommended WR4 at less than 100 percent with Drew Stanton at quarterback.
Dwayne Allen (ankle) remained sidelined on Thursday.
Allen's odds of returning for Week 13 are appearing lower by the day. A Friday return would change that, but even then, Allen would be no better than 50-50. Owners need to be making other plans.
Jordan Cameron (concussion) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Cameron has yet to gain final clearance for Sunday's game against the Bills, but continues to trend in the right direction. Cameron's season has been an injury-plagued disaster, but he'll immediately rejoin the TE1 conversation if he gets the green light for Week 13.
Ryan Tannehill (non-throwing shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 13.
Playing the best football of his career — and coming off his first four-touchdown effort — Tannehill will be a legitimate QB1 against the Jets' ridiculously bad pass defense.
Jarvis Landry (shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 13.
Landry will be in the WR3 conversation against the Jets' pathetic pass defense.
Lamar Miller (knee) is practicing in full for Week 13.
Miller will be ready to rock for Monday evening's game with the Jets, but won't be more than a low-end RB2 against one of the league's best run defenses.
Charles Clay (knee, hamstring) remained limited on Thursday.
We'd like to see Clay go "full" on Friday or Saturday after sitting out in Week 12, but Clay has rarely gotten in full practices this season. Most signs point toward him returning against the Jets, where he'd be a borderline TE1 on Monday Night Football.
Nick Foles (broken left collarbone) will undergo a CT scan on Friday.
According to reporter Les Bowen, Foles is "feeling markedly less tenderness every day," and his "strength is improving." A source tells Bowen there's "no reason" to believe Foles will be sidelined longer than his 6-8 week timetable. It's been 25 days since Foles went down against the Texans. It appears there's a chance he could return before the regular season is through, though a lot of that depends on how Mark Sanchez fares over his next 1-2 starts.