Redskins designated C Kory Lichtensteiger (calf) as their I.R.-return player.
He's at practice Wednesday and is expected to be active Week 14 against the Eagles. Spencer Long has been starting at center but is in the concussion protocol. Lichtensteiger will be a big downgrade for the running game.
A.J. Green (hamstring) is not practicing Wednesday.
Green isn't expected to play this week against the Browns, but Week 15 might be an option.
DeVante Parker (back) is practicing Wednesday.
He missed all three practices last week before catching 3-of-4 targets for 34 yards and a touchdown. He'll be fine to play against the Cardinals at home. Likely to see Patrick Peterson, Parker will be a WR3/4.
Mohamed Sanu (groin) is not practicing Wednesday.
With Julio Jones battling a case of turf toe, the Falcons need Sanu to be healthy. Check back on Thursday for an update. Behind Jones and Sanu are Justin Hardy and Taylor Gabriel ahead of Week 14 against the Rams.
Dwayne Washington (ankle) is practicing on Wednesday.
It puts Washington on track to play against the Bears. Theo Riddick (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, but he's expected to be fine. The Lions have a crowded backfield, with Zach Zenner and Joique Bell also in the picture.
Theo Riddick (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.
He's been battling the ankle "injury" for weeks now, but isn't in any danger of missing Week 14 against the Bears where he'll merely be a flex play.
Adrian Peterson (knee, I.R.) said he won't return this season if the Vikings are eliminated from playoff contention before he is ready.
Asked if he still plans to play this season, Peterson said, "That's something I envision." He's progressed to making cuts, and says he can pretty much do everything right now, though he admits it's different on a practice field than in game situations. Peterson isn't going to play this week against the Jaguars, but there have been whispers he could play as soon as Week 15.
Bucs OC Todd Monken said Jacquizz Rodgers will be in "a more expanded role" this week against the Saints.
Rodgers returned from a foot injury last week to run seven times for 29 yards and catch one pass for 21 yards. He was also playing late in the win over the Chargers, ahead of Doug Martin. We doubt Rodgers all of the sudden gets 12-plus touches, but he's worth stashing for the fantasy playoffs in case something happens to Martin. Martin is believed to be healthy right now.