Raiders declared RB Taiwan Jones, CB Keith McGill, LB Neiron Ball, C Rodney Hudson, OL Khalif Barnes, WR Rod Streater and TE Gabe Holmes inactive for Week 12 against the Titans.
Alfred Morris (ribs) is active for Week 12 against the Giants.
Morris was forced from last week's game with the injury, but he practiced in full all week. With Matt Jones fumbling everything in sight, Morris could lead the backfield in touches. Washington declared S Trenton Robinson, QB Robert Griffin, LB Keenan Robinson, S Deshazor Everett, DE Frank Kearse, G Arie Kouandjio and TE Je'Ron Hamm inactive for Week 12 against the Giants.
Charcandrick West (hamstring) is officially inactive for Week 12 against the Bills.
Titans declared RB Dexter McCluster, CB Cody Riggs, OT Jeremiah Poutasi, WR Andrew Turzilli, LB Derrick Morgan, DT Mike Martin and DT Al Woods inactive for Week 12 against the Raiders.
Hakeem Nicks is active for Week 12 against the Redskins.
Nicks may see a few passes thrown his way as the No. 4 option, but he is very unlikely to become a fantasy factor this season. There is a reason he failed to make the Titans' roster and spent two months as a free agent.
Giants declared TE Larry Donnell, G Justin Pugh, C Weston Richburg, DE George Selvie, WR Geremy Davis, CB Leon McFadden and S Cooper Taylor inactive for Week 12 against the Redskins.
Donnell may have a fracture in his neck and could be done for the season. Will Tye will continue to start in his place. With Pugh and Richburg out, the Giants are down two starters on the offensive line.
Devonta Freeman (concussion, out) was seen running with the Falcons' inactive players ahead of Sunday's Week 12 game against Minnesota.
It means Freeman is making progress and has received clearance for physical activity. Freeman has not yet fully passed protocol, but our tentative expectation is he'll be back next week. Tevin Coleman is starting today.
Patriots WR Keshawn Martin (hamstring) is expected to be active for Sunday night's game at Denver.
Martin has been sidelined since Week 6. Although he will have to deal with one of the league's stoutest secondaries, Martin could play a significant role with Julian Edelman (foot) and Danny Amendola (knee) both out. At 6-foot, 188, Martin ran a 4.45 forty-yard dash coming out of Michigan State. He is worth a flyer at the end of benches in 14- and 16-team fantasy leagues.