Le'Veon Bell (concussion) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.
Phenomenal news. Six days after getting knocked out cold and admitting he didn't remember the play, Bell is back on the field. This puts him right on track to start Sunday against the Dolphins. However, we'll still need to monitor Bell throughout the week to make sure he doesn't suffer any setbacks. For now, pencil Bell into fantasy lineups as a mid-to-high RB2 against Miami.
Bills signed TE Tony Moeaki to a two-year contract.
Moeaki opened the season on injured reserve and was waived by the Chiefs with an injury settlement in Week 8. He posted a 33/453/1 line in 15 games last season and will provide depth behind contract-year TE Scott Chandler. The Bills released RB Tashard Choice from the 53-man roster in a corresponding move. It wouldn't be insane to grab Moeaki in deeper Dynasty leagues. Still only 26, Moeaki has always been an effective run blocker -- which will get him on the field -- and his pass-catching talent is a big upgrade on Chandler's when healthy.
Updating a previous item, Reggie Bush missed Wednesday's practice with a calf injury.
Bush practiced Tuesday. He either hurt himself toward the end of that session or is getting a veteran's day of rest. It could be a combination of both. Beat writers haven't sounded too concerned, but it's still very early in the week. It's going to be something to monitor the rest of the week. Bush will be in the top half of the RB1 mix for the Lions' Week 14 tilt in Philadelphia.
Andrew Hawkins (hamstring) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Hawkins played 14 snaps last week against the Chargers, easily the most he's played in the four games he's been active. He caught all three of his targets for 65 yards. Baby Hawk isn't on the re-draft league fantasy radar.
Tyler Eifert (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Eifert should be fine to share tight end duties with Jermaine Gresham this week against the Colts. The rookie has found the end zone just once this season.
Knowshon Moreno (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Moreno didn't suffer any setbacks with his ankle injury last week, so it's likely just a rest day. He isn't in any danger of missing Sunday's game against the Titans.
A.J. Green (groin) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Green played the entire game in Sunday's win over the Chargers, so the Bengals are likely just resting him for precautionary reasons. He's locked in as a WR1 for Week 14 against the Colts.
Brandon Jacobs said his knee is nowhere near 100 percent and admitted he'll need to undergo an offseason clean-out procedure.
Jacobs practiced on a limited basis Wednesday but said his knee was definitely "stiff" during the workout. He also conceded that this could be his final NFL season, though he won't make that decision until after he has the knee scoped. We can't see Jacobs playing this week. It will be the Andre Brown and Peyton Hillis show against the Chargers. Brown will be a borderline RB1/2.