Jordan Cameron (concussion) is listed as questionable for Week 13 at Buffalo.
Cameron was limited in practice all week. He may have to clear one more hurdle in the NFL's concussion protocol to receive clearance to face Buffalo. If Cameron does play, we wouldn't expect there to be any limitations on his snap count after he missed the previous three games. Despite a disappointing 2014 season, Cameron will reemerge as a fantasy TE1 when he gets the green light.
Davante Adams (heel) is listed as probable for Week 13.
Adams resumed playing over 70 percent of the Packers' offensive snaps in last week's win over Minnesota. He's a crapshoot WR3 option versus New England.
Cecil Shorts (flu) is listed as probable for Week 13.
Shorts is the theoretical No. 1 receiver in Jacksonville's dysfunctional passing game. He's hard to trust in fantasy football leagues at this point.
Jaguars waived WR Mike Brown.
They saw more potential in practice squad callup Tommy Streeter. A former college QB, Brown wasn't making progress in his wide receiver development.
Jaguars promoted WR Tommy Streeter from their practice squad.
Long an interesting prospect based purely on size and speed, Streeter hasn't panned out as an effective on-field player since being selected in the sixth round of the 2012 draft. He'll probably focus on special teams for the Jags.
Larry Fitzgerald (knee) missed practice again on Friday.
Fitz said earlier in the week that he was "highly likely" to play against the Falcons, but it's hard to imagine him being anywhere close to 100 percent even if he suits up. It sounds like Fitzgerald will be a game-time decision.
Dolphins CB Jamar Taylor (shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 13.
The Fins will also be without Cortland Finnegan (ankle), most likely, after he missed Friday's practice. Miami will likely have to turn to practice squad-types Lowell Rose and R.J. Stanford to play significant snaps on Monday Night Football against the Jets. It's a good thing the Dolphins are playing the Jets.
John Middlekauff of 957 The Game Bay Area reports Latavius Murray (concussion) is "not likely" to play in Week 13 against the Rams.
There was early-week optimism on Murray based on the fact that his concussion happened two Thursday nights ago, but he still hasn't been cleared to play in football games. It's obviously a disappointing development after Murray ran wild on the Chiefs on just four carries in Week 12. The Raiders will turn to an RBBC of Darren McFadden, Marcel Reece, and Maurice Jones-Drew at St. Louis.