Aaron Rodgers (hamstring) is officially active for Week 13 against the Texans.
Lions WR Marvin Jones (thigh) is inactive for Week 13 against the Saints.
T.J. Yeldon is active for Week 13 against the Broncos.
Denard Robinson and Yeldon will share backfield duties. The Jaguars' Week 13 inactives are QB Brandon Allen, CB Josh Johnson, RB Chris Ivory, OL Jeremiah Poutasi, DE Jared Odrick, TE Julius Thomas, and WR Allen Hurns.
Alfred Blue (calf) is active for Week 13 against the Packers.
Blue sat out two games, but he is healthy enough to back up Lamar Miller this week. Akeem Hunt should continue to see snaps. Houston declared DE Jadeveon Clowney (elbow, wrist), RB Tyler Ervin (ribs), OLB John Simon (chest), WR Jaelen Strong (ankle), QB Tom Savage, OG Oday Aboushi, and OG Josh Walker inactive for Week 13.
Chiefs OLB Dee Ford (hamstring) is active for Week 13 against the Falcons.
As are Justin Houston and Dontari Poe. Ford missed last week's overtime win over the Broncos. Ford has 10 sacks, and will give the Chiefs a big boost in a tough matchup in the Georgia Dome. Inactive for the Chiefs are WR Jeremy Maclin, QB Tyler Bray, CB Phillip Gaines, RB Knile Davis, OL Michael Person, LB Dadi Nicolas and TE Ross Travis.
DeVante Parker (back, questionable) will play Sunday in Week 13 against the Ravens.
This comes only a few hours after ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Parker was not expected to play. Parker went out for pregame warmups and must have shown enough to get the green light. Playing at less than 100 percent and likely to face Jimmy Smith in coverage, Parker will be a risky bet as a WR3 this week.
Rams signed Jeff Fisher to a two-year extension through 2018.
God help us. Fisher has not had a winning season since taking over as head coach in 2012 and, last we checked, still thinks Danny Woodhead plays for the Patriots. Why the Rams would extend their incompetent, cartoon character of a head coach instead of casting him aside is beyond our comprehension. Fisher is on the cusp of becoming the losingest coach in NFL history. Guess this means we won't be seeing Eric Dickerson at the L.A. Coliseum for the next couple of years.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Jaguars are interested in reuniting with Tom Coughlin.
Coughlin started his head coaching career in Jacksonville, leading the expansion Jaguars to four playoff berths in their first five seasons of existence. It is not clear what job the Jaguars would offer Coughlin, but it has seemed like the 70-year-old wants to continue coaching. If that is the case, it is unlikely he is willing to take on a job without a reliable starting quarterback no matter how good the roster is around him, although it might be his best opportunity to get back on the sidelines. That said, Coughlin's name is sure to come up a lot as the coaching carousel revs up to full speed.