Brandon Bostick (hip) is listed as probable for Week 13.
Bostick missed the last two games with a hip injury. He managed to score a touchdown in Week 10, but has played just 27 snaps this year. Boestick should remain in a limited role behind Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers.
Michael Vick (wrist, illness) did not practice Friday.
Vick is expected to be active despite getting benched earlier in the week. He'll back up Geno Smith on Monday night.
Latavius Murray (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 13.
Murray failed his final concussion test and won't be cleared this week. He was held out of Friday’s practice after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. The Raiders will go with a committee of Darren McFadden, Marcel Reece, and Maurice Jones-Drew at St. Louis. Murray will have a chance at returning in Week 14.
Mike Wallace (chest) remained limited in Friday's practice.
Wallace has been limited the last two days, but there's been nothing to suggest he won't be available for Monday night against the Jets. Wallace is Rotoworld's No. 19 receiver this week.
Brandon LaFell (shoulder) was limited in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Week 13.
LaFell is expected to face the Packers on Sunday despite his "Q" tag. He has settled in as a steady WR3 fantasy option with some upside on a weekly basis.
Shane Vereen (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 13 after another limited practice on Friday.
Despite the questionable tag, Vereen is fully expected to play in Sunday at Lambeau Field. He'll be a low-floor, high-ceiling RB2/flex against the Pack.
Charles Clay (knee, hamstring) was held out of Friday's practice.
Despite the missed session, Clay is "doing better and expects to play" Monday night against the Jets. Rotoworld's Pat Daugherty ranks Clay as this week's No. 11 overall tight end play, just ahead of Jordan Cameron and Jordan Reed.
Donnie Avery (groin) is listed as probable for Week 13.
The Chiefs will finally have some semblance of a No. 2 receiver this week. They'll need Avery (and Travis Kelce) to step up Sunday against Denver.