Roddy White (ankle) did not practice again Thursday.
The severity of White's ankle issue is unknown as he played on 94.3 percent of the snaps in Week 12. Perhaps he's just resting some normal soreness. We'll know more by Friday, but in the meantime owners can add Harry Douglas as a bit of insurance. Douglas (foot) returned to practice Thursday.
Bears RCB Kyle Fuller (knee) is active for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Lions.
Fuller hasn't been able to finish three of the last five games and sustained a knee sprain just four days ago. It's not ideal circumstances to face Calvin Johnson. The Bears will also be without LB Lance Briggs (groin). The rest of their inactives: CB Terrance Mitchell, LB Darryl Sharpton, OL Eben Britton, DE Trevor Scott, WR Chris Williams and DT Jeremiah Ratliff.
Lions LT Riley Reiff (knee) is inactive for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Bears.
The knee injury Reiff sustained at New England is not considered serious and he has a shot to return in Week 14. So it looks like a one-week trial for undrafted rookie Cornelius Lucas, who started 26 games at left tackle for Kansas State, on Matthew Stafford's blind side. As previously reported, Reggie Bush (ankle) is inactive again, leaving Joique Bell to carry the mail. The rest of the Lions' inactives: QB Kellen Moore, OG Larry Warford, DE Larry Webster, WR Ryan Broyles and DE Nick Fairley.
Colts signed CB Jalil Brown and waived CB Loucheiz Purifoy.
Brown has bounced around the bottom of rosters ever since the Chiefs took him in the fourth round of the 2011 draft. He'll be asked to fill Purifoy's special teams role and provide depth at corner with Greg Toler and Vontae Davis both banged up.
Bears RCB Kyle Fuller (knee) remains on track to play in Thursday's game against the Lions.
Fuller sustained a minor knee sprain on Sunday. It's unclear if he's 100 percent, upgrading Calvin Johnson's already tasty matchup even further.
Reggie Bush (ankle) is inactive for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Bears.
The ankle that's bothered Bush since Week 5 is still not right. The Lions are hopeful he can play in Week 14, but it's far from a certainty. As for Thursday, Joique Bell gets a tick up as he projects for roughly 20 touches against a middling Bears run defense. Theo Riddick, averaging 7.2 touches per game in the four Bush has missed this year, is also on the radar as a PPR flier. He's been quiet the last two weeks, but it's notable that those came in two very difficult spots (at ARZ, at NE).
Raiders S Charles Woodson expects to keep playing in 2015.
At age 38, Woodson is the oldest active safety in the NFL this year. He hasn't missed a game and is tied for the team-lead in tackles with 82 to go with two interceptions. The future Hall of Famer has graded out 51st among 85 qualifiers in PFF's safety grades.
Sources tell the Washington Post it's "highly unlikely" Robert Griffin III will return to the Redskins next season.
On draft day in 2012, the Redskins gave the Rams their first-round picks in 2012, 2013 and 2014 in addition to a 2012 second-rounder for the right to take Griffin No. 2 overall. He was spectacular while leading the Redskins to the playoffs as a rookie, but suffered a career-altering ACL tear in the Wild Card game against the Seahawks. Since then, RG3 has tanked in terms of on-field performance, getting benched by Mike Shanahan late last year and again by Jay Gruden this year. Gruden appears to have convinced meddling owner Dan Snyder that the Redskins need to find a quarterback that fits his pocket-passer scheme, meaning Griffin can likely be had for pennies on the dollar this offseason.