Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told reporters Friday he's "confident" Carson Palmer (elbow, questionable" will play Sunday versus St. Louis.
Arians officially described Palmer as a "game-time decision," and also expressed confidence in backup Drew Stanton "if it came to that." The Cardinals are clearly planning for Palmer to start despite his very-limited week of practice. Due to the injury, Palmer will not be a recommended streamer in standard fantasy leagues. He'll be more of a two-quarterback-league start.
Jordan Reed (concussion, questionable) told reporters Friday he "feels a lot better" and will play Sunday against the Chiefs.
This obviously isn't confirmation, but it's good to hear nonetheless. Pat Daugherty of Rotoworld ranks Reed as this week's No. 10 overall fantasy tight end.
DeAngelo Williams (quad) is listed as probable for Week 14.
Carolina's three-headed backfield will be intact against New Orleans.
Darren McFadden (ankle) missed practice again Friday.
DMC can be considered "week to week" with the ankle injury.
Denarius Moore (shoulder) missed practice again Friday.
Andre Holmes remains on the Hail Mary WR3 radar against the Jets.
Rashad Jennings (concussion) practiced again on Friday.
He also practiced on Wednesday and Thursday, and looks on track to start against the Jets' league-best run defense. Darren McFadden will not play.
Christian Ponder (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 14.
The Vikings are going to start Matt Cassel against the Ravens.
Andrew Hawkins (hamstring) is probable for Week 14.
"Baby Hawk" will man the slot Sunday against the Colts.