Carson Palmer is on the injury report this week with a right (throwing) elbow issue.
Vincent Jackson (hamstring) was not spotted at the beginning of Bucs practice Thursday.
We'll wait for more info before getting too worried, but Jackson's hamstring issue may be more serious than originally thought. Owners need to ensure they have another option at the ready. If Jackson does play, he'll be a WR2 with upside in a home game against a Bills defense that just got shredded by Matt Ryan, Roddy White and Harry Douglas.
Darrelle Revis (shoulder, neck) is practicing again Thursday.
Revis is going to be fine for Sunday, turning Stevie Johnson into a hands-off fantasy option. Despite a slow start to the season as a result of his 2012 ACL tear, Revis is PFF's No. 2 cover corner on the year. Only Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson has graded out better in coverage.
Eagles WR Jeff Maehl (concussion) returned to practice Thursday.
Maehl has already gained medical clearance following the concussion he sustained against the Cardinals. Chip Kelly's Oregon prospect should be fine to do some special teams work against the Lions.
DeAngelo Williams (quad) is practicing again Thursday.
Williams will almost certainly be back to reclaim his role in the Panthers' three-headed running back committee. None of the trio will be strong fantasy plays at New Orleans on Sunday night.
Calvin Johnson (knee) returned to practice Thursday, as expected.
Johnson continues to manage his sore knee with drains and days off from practice. It's not affecting him on Sundays. He'll be ready to rock as fantasy's No. 1 wideout play against the Eagles in Week 14.
Reggie Bush (calf) was limited to light individual during Thursday's practice.
Bush didn't have his helmet and didn't do any cutting off his troublesome calf. He'll likely be listed as a non-participant at practice for the second straight day. At this point, it looks like Bush is shaping up as a game-time call ahead of Sunday's 1pm ET start against the Eagles. Joique Bell needs to be owned in every single format just in case.
Peyton Manning is 3-7 in career games where the game-time temperature was 32 degrees or colder.
That record includes both regular season and playoff games. In those contests, he's thrown 11 touchdowns against 12 interceptions with a 59.4 completion percentage and 214.1 yards per game. Obviously, those numbers are drastically below his normal output. The forecast for Sunday's home game against the Titans calls for 16 degree temperatures and a 30 percent chance of snow.