Anthony Fasano (concussion, knee) is practicing in full for Week 16.
Fasano is ready to go, but won't be a viable TE2 against the Colts.
Dexter McCluster (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
McCluster is tentatively on track to play, but will have to avoid setbacks with his infected ankle. He's not a viable WR5 for the fantasy finals.
Seahawks promoted WR Bryan Walters from the practice squad.
He's taking the suspended Brandon Browner's roster spot. Walters will contribute on special teams.
Willis McGahee (concussion, knee) remained limited on Thursday.
McGahee is going to suit up against the Jets' stout run defense, but could be in an early-down timeshare with Edwin Baker, whom the Browns appear keen to evaluate. McGahee should be nowhere near championship-week lineups.
John Carlson was held out of Thursday's practice after his concussion symptoms resurfaced.
It's troubling news for a player with a lengthy concussion history. Carlson is almost certainly going to sit out against the Bengals, and is quite likely done for the season. Rhett Ellison and Chase Ford are next up on the depth chart.
Michael Hoomanawanui (knee) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Hoomanawanui should be ready to go for Week 16. Starting in place of Rob Gronkowski, Hoomanawanui's lone catch went for a touchdown in Week 15. He can't be trusted for the fantasy finals.
Kenbrell Thompkins (hip) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
It's a worthless designation, as Thompkins was "limited" last week before sitting out against the Dolphins. Thompkins can't be trusted as a WR4/5 for the fantasy finals.
Tom Brady (shoulder) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.
Maybe Brady is sore, but he isn't hurt. He's on the QB1 borderline for Week 16.