Jay Cutler (ankle, out) participated in Friday's practice.
Cutler has been ruled out for Week 14, but he's still trending toward a Week 15 comeback. Coach Marc Trestman said Cutler's ankle "responded well" enough to Thursday's practice that he was "not inhibited" on Friday.
Brandon Marshall (quad) returned to a full practice Friday.
Marshall was given a rest day on Thursday, but will be all systems go Monday night against Dallas. He's the No. 4 wideout in all of fantasy football.
Rams LT Jake Long (concussion) has been cleared to start in Week 14.
It's good news for Zac Stacy, though his matchup remains daunting at Arizona. Pro Football Focus has graded Long as a top-five left tackle on the year.
Daniel Thomas (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 14 after a limited practice Friday.
Despite the upgrade on the injury report, Thomas is either expected to be inactive or play minimal snaps Sunday at Heinz Field. Lamar Miller remains a roll-of-the-dice flex option coming off of a season high 23 touches.
Adrian Peterson (groin) is listed as questionable for Week 14 after returning to Friday's practice.
Peterson has frequently been listed as questionable this season, but hasn't missed a single game. Start him Sunday against Baltimore's top-ten run defense.
Ravens OLB Elvis Dumervil (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Week 14.
It's a blow to Baltimore's fantasy defense outlook, as Dumervil leads the team in sacks (9.5). He will be replaced in the lineup by Courtney Upshaw.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Andre Ellington (knee, questionable) "looked like he was back to normal" in Friday's practice.
This is all good news. We're still hesitant to anoint a role player with a knee injury a locked-in Week 14 fantasy starter, but Ellington is clearly on the right track toward playing. It's poor news for Rashard Mendenhall's outlook.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told reporters Friday he's "confident" Carson Palmer (elbow, questionable" will play Sunday versus St. Louis.
Arians officially described Palmer as a "game-time decision," and also expressed confidence in backup Drew Stanton "if it came to that." Said Arians of Palmer, "He’ll be a game-time (but) I’m sure he’ll be ready to go." The Cardinals are clearly planning for Palmer to start despite his very-limited week of practice. Due to the injury, Palmer will not be a recommended streamer in standard fantasy leagues. He'll be more of a two-quarterback-league start.