Darrelle Revis (shoulder/chest) is practicing Wednesday.
Revis was forced out of last week's loss at Carolina early after a hard fall, but it's possible he could have returned if the game were close. It looks like he'll be all systems go for Sunday's home game against the Bills. Expect Stevie Johnson to see a lot of time on Revis Island.
Coach John Harbaugh said he's hopeful Dennis Pitta (hip surgery) can play in Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Pitta was in New York on Tuesday, presumably to get one final checkup on his hip before he returns to practice. We'll know if he has a realistic shot at making his 2013 debut this week as practice moves along. Even if Pitta is active, he'd be impossible to trust as a fantasy play considering the serious nature of his injury and how long he's been out. He'd almost certainly be on a snap count. Pitta remains a mere desperation stash in re-draft formats.
Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (concussion) has been cleared to practice, as expected.
Smith has been medically cleared following his Thanksgiving night helmet-to-helmet collision with Le'Veon Bell. PFF's No. 28 corner will be in line for his normal every-down role as the Ravens host the Vikings Sunday.
Bucs signed LB Danny Lansanah off the Jets' practice squad.
Lansanah has bounced around practice squads for years now, but has appeared in just five career regular season games. He'll step in for Jonathan Casillas, who was placed on injured reserve due to a knee injury Wednesday.
Bucs placed LB Jonathan Casillas (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Casillas went down in Sunday's loss to Carolina. His first season in Tampa ends with 34 tackles and one forced fumble in 12 games while playing on just 199 defensive snaps. He'll hit the open market this spring.
Reggie Bush (undisclosed) is not practicing Wednesday.
It looks like a simple rest day for Bush as he comes off a 25-touch performance on Thanksgiving. He'll be an elite fantasy play against an improving yet still leaky Eagles defense Sunday.
Calvin Johnson (knee, back) is not practicing Wednesday.
It's another simple rest day for Johnson, who has rarely practiced on Wednesdays this season. He's fully expected to get some work in on Thursday and suit up in a tasty matchup at Philly Sunday.
Jason Campbell (concussion) and Brandon Weeden (concussion) have still not been cleared to practice.
Campbell and Weeden have been cleared for exercise, but not practice. It leaves Alex Tanney and Caleb Hanie to take the first-team reps at Wednesday's session. Even owners desperate for a quarterback in the deepest of leagues can simply ignore the situation, but owners of Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron need to be monitoring. A tough spot (at New Engalnd) would become even tougher if Tanney or Hanie end up starting.