Julian Edelman (foot) has been removed from the Patriots' injury report.
Lamar Miller (ankle, ribs) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
He injured his rib early in Week 13 but only missed a handful of plays. With injuries and workload concerns mounting, Miller should be treated as an RB2 Sunday against Indianapolis.
Tom Brady (knee) has been removed from the Patriots' injury report.
As has Julian Edelman (foot). Brady appeared genuinely hobbled in Week 12 before looking better against the Rams in Week 13 (shocker). He'll be a top-five option against the Ravens on Monday Night Football.
Mark Ingram (toe) was downgraded to "DNP" in Thursday's practice.
Ingram seems poised to play through his toe issue for the second straight game, but mid-week downgrades are always eye-catching. We wouldn't consider the matter settled. Ingram will probably suit up as a low-end RB2 against the Bucs, but owners need to keep checking his status.
Bears WR Josh Bellamy (shoulder) remained "limited" on Thursday.
Bellamy could be starting Sunday's game against the Lions depending on Marquess Wilson's (groin) health. Bellamy has eight grabs on 15 targets over the Bears' past two games. He's an emergency WR5.
Eric Ebron (knee) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
He's been dealing with knee issues off and on all season. There's no concern about Ebron's status for Week 14. Consider him a borderline TE1 for Sunday's tilt with Chicago.
Marquess Wilson (groin) returned to Bears practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.
It gives Wilson a chance to suit up against the Lions, but it's far from certain. Unfortunately, the Bears are a bottom-three team when it comes to injury truthfulness, so we could go into Sunday morning lacking a clear idea of Wilson's status. If Wilson does play, he'll be hard to trust as a WR4. He'll be at less than 100 percent with Matt Barkley playing quarterback.
Marvin Jones (quad) remained limited at Thursday's practice.
He sat out last week's game with a quad injury but has a much better chance to suit up Sunday against the Bears. Jones hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 6 and won't be more than a back-end WR3 in Week 14.