Ryan Mallett is listed on the Week 12 injury report with a chest issue, but practicing in full.
Mallett's health isn't a concern for his second NFL start, but his matchup is. The Bengals boast one of the league's best pass defenses, and shut down Drew Brees in Week 11. Mallett isn't a recommended tournament play in daily leagues.
Andre Ellington (hip, foot) remained limited on Thursday.
Averaging just 1.75 yards per carry over his past two games, Ellington is on the RB1 borderline for Sunday's rough matchup with the Seahawks.
Jared Cook (back) returned to Rams practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
He'll be good to go as a top-15 option against the Chargers.
Julian Edelman (thigh) remained limited on Thursday.
Edelman tweaked his thigh in Sunday's win over the Colts, but played through the injury. He should be ready to roll as a WR3 against the Lions.
Charles Sims was added to the Bucs' injury report Thursday, getting in a limited session with an ankle issue.
It's an eye-brow raising add to the injury report for a player who missed the first nine weeks of the season with an ankle injury, but we haven't seen any other reason to worry about Sims' Week 12 availability. His status will obviously be worth double-checking on Friday, but this is likely just a case of the Bucs getting Sims some rest coming off his first two NFL games.
Brandon Pettigrew (foot) was downgraded to "limited" on Thursday.
Pettigrew was "full" on Wednesday. His status is entirely unclear after he was a surprise scratch for Week 11. The Lions missed Pettigrew's blocking in last week's loss to the Cardinals.
Mark Ingram (shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 12.
It's an upgrade on last week, where Ingram was "limited." Although Pierre Thomas (shoulder) is tentatively on track to return for Week 12, Ingram should remain a bell-cow back against the Ravens, as Khiry Robinson (arm) remains sidelined. Ingram and Thomas play very different roles for coach Sean Payton.
Bills WR Chris Hogan is listed on the Week 12 injury report with a hip issue, but practicing in full.
Averaging 4.6 catches over his past five games, there's an argument to be made for Hogan as a WR4 against the Jets' porous pass defense. He is not an upside play, however.