Lamar Miller (ankle, ribs) was not listed on the final injury report for Week 14 against the Colts.
Miller was limited in practice all week, but there does not seem to be any question about his status. While the risk of an in-game injury is a concern, Miller should have a healthy workload in a great matchup if he can stay on the field. That makes him a high-end RB2 with upside against the Colts.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Eric Ebron (knee) is expected to play Week 14 against the Bears.
Ebron was limited all week by a knee injury, but there was never much concern about his status. After three straight 70-yard games coming back from injury, Ebron has just four catches for 38 yards total in the last two weeks. That inconsistency makes him tough to trust in the first week of the fantasy playoffs, but he does have a good matchup against a Bears defense missing both of their inside linebackers.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports WLB DeAndre Levy (questionable, knee) "may not be ready" to return Sunday.
Levy was trending toward playing but there's no guarantee he'll be active after missing the last three months. It sounds like the Lions want to see how Levy looks in pre-game warmups. Levy will be on a snap count if he plays.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marvin Jones (quad) is expected to play Week 14 against the Bears.
Jones looked to be on track after practicing all week. Even though he will play, Jones has topped 60 yards once since Week 4 and has not scored since Week 6. Against an underrated secondary, he is nothing more than a dart-throw WR4.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chris Ivory (questionable, hamstring) is expected to miss Sunday's game.
There was speculation Ivory wouldn't play when Jacksonville promoted RB Bronson Hill from the practice squad. Ivory will miss his second straight game despite returning to a limited practice week. T.J. Yeldon is locked into an every-down role against the Vikings.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Trevor Siemian (questionable, foot) will start Sunday against the Titans.
Siemian split practice reps with Paxton Lynch this week. He was cleared after making it through Saturday's walkthrough. Siemian's return upgrades Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.
Ryan Mathews (questionable, knee) will play in Sunday's game against the Redskins.
Mathews wasn't in doubt after coach Doug Pederson said he was "ready to go" earlier this week. He'll have a lead role against Washington but doesn't project for a huge workload coming off injury. Mathews isn't more than a FLEX play in his return.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Falcons will wait until pre-game warmups to make a decision on Julio Jones (questionable, toe).
The Falcons aren't expecting Jones to play but the door isn't fully closed after he made it through Saturday's walkthrough. It's a worst-case scenario with Atlanta on a late game this week. The latest reports suggest Jones isn't going to be active. Jones could have a limited role if he plays.