Ladarius Green (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 12 against the Jaguars.
Green missed practice on Wednesday but returned to a limited session a day later. With Antonio Gates (hip) also probable, Green won't have much of a role this week. He's a back-end TE2.
Chargers LT King Dunlap (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Week 12.
Chargers RG D.J. Fluker (concussion) has been ruled out. Surrounded by a decimated supporting cast, the arrow on Philip Rivers is pointing downward even in a favorable on-paper matchup with Jacksonville's weak pass defense.
Antonio Gates (hip, knee) is listed as probable for Week 12.
Gates was also listed as probable last week, then played fewer than half of the Chargers' snaps. He'll be a shaky TE1 investment against the Jaguars.
Case Keenum (concussion, questionable) practiced on a limited basis Friday, but has yet to pass through the NFL's protocol.
The Rams are preparing to start Nick Foles at Cincinnati. For Keenum, the only question left is whether he'll be cleared to serve as Foles' backup.
Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 12 versus New England.
Catch-less since Week 9, Sanders has yet to take the field with Brock Osweiler under center. In a difficult matchup against underrated Patriots CBs Malcolm Butler and Logan Ryan, Sanders is best viewed as a boom-bust WR3.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Friday that the Rams are planning to start Nick Foles in Week 12 against the Bengals.
Case Keenum has yet to clear concussion protocol. Fisher said Keenum would remain the Rams' starter if healthy, but he's not there yet. Foles was benched before Week 11 for failing to pull the trigger when receivers were open, and missing them when he did. The Bengals' D/ST is a recommended streamer.
Chiefs WR De'Anthony Thomas (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 12.
This should hopefully translate to a bit more usage for Jeremy Maclin, who's been held to six targets or fewer in every game since Week 5. Thomas is one of Andy Reid's beloved "gadget guys." He's averaging 8.2 yards per catch.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians expects Patrick Peterson (ankle) to play Sunday against the 49ers.
Peterson suffered a low-ankle sprain late in last week's win over Cincinnati. He returned to practice Friday after sitting out Wednesday and Thursday. Peterson owns PFF's 23rd highest cornerback grade out of 111 qualifiers this year.