Browns declared QB Brian Hoyer (shoulder) inactive for Week 17 against the Ravens.
With Johnny Manziel (hamstring) on injured reserve, rookie Connor Shaw will start at quarterback for the Browns. Without Josh Gordon as well, the Browns offense will struggle to move the ball. The Ravens DST is an excellent option Week 17. Cleveland also declared CB Justin Gilbert, LS Charley Hughlett, OL Ryan Seymour, DT Ahtyba Rubin, OL Andrew McDonald and WR Phil Bates inactive for Week 17.
Jets declared WR Percy Harvin, QB Matt Simms, WR Walter Powell, S Jaiquawn Jarrett, G Wesley Johnson, C Nick Mangold, and DT T.J. Barnes inactive for Week 17 against the Dolphins.
Ravens declared LT Eugene Monroe (ankle) inactive for Week 17 against the Ravens.
Starting RT Rick Wagner was placed on injured reserve with a Lisfranc injury earlier in the week, meaning Baltimore will be without both their starting tackles against Cleveland. Baltimore also declared DE Chris Canty, S Brynden Trawick, TE Phillip Supernaw, DL Terrence Cody, DE Steve Means and CB Chris Greenwood inactive.
T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) is active and Dwayne Allen (knee) is inactive for Sunday's Week 17 game at Tennessee.
Keenan Allen (collarbone) is inactive for Week 17 against the Chiefs.
The Chargers will go with Malcom Floyd, Eddie Royal, and Dontrelle Inman in three-wide sets. Also inactive for San Diego are RB Ryan Mathews, C Chris Watt, CB Greg Ducre, DE Damion Square, NT Ryan Carrethers, and OLB Cordarro Law.
Jaguars declared WR Tommy Streeter, QB Stephen Morris, DB Jeremy Harris, S Matt Daniels, OL Tyler Shatley, DT Roy Miller, and LB Chris Smith inactive for Week 17 against the Texans.
No surprises here. Miller was listed as doubtful with a knee injury.
Vikings declared RB Henry Josey, S Ahmad Dixon, CB Shaun Prater, LB Chad Greenway, LB Brandon Watts, OL Carter Bykowski, and OG David Yankey inactive for Week 17 against the Bears.
Patriots declared TE Rob Gronkowski inactive for Week 17 against the Bills.
With the No. 1 seed already locked up, New England is smartly holding Gronk out of a meaningless Week 17 contest with Buffalo. Tim Wright will earn the start in Gronk's place, but he is not a recommended option against the Bills' suffocating pass defense. Buffalo has allowed eight catches for 78 yards TOTAL to tight ends the last five games.