Marcedes Lewis (thigh) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Lewis has scored a touchdown in three consecutive games and will see more targets with Cecil Shorts (groin) done for the year, but he's barely a low-end TE2.
Zac Stacy (hip) is not even on the Week 16 injury report.
Stacy practiced with the rest of his teammates, getting in a full session. He injured his hip early on in the first quarter last week against the Saints but is ready to roll for Week 16 versus Tampa Bay. The Bucs trot out a strong run defense, but Stacy is the focal point of the St. Louis offense and is going to see 20-plus touches every week. Pen Stacy in as a mid-to-high RB1 this week.
Jerricho Cotchery (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday.
Cotchery missed some practice time last week with the shoulder issue but eventually played against the Bengals. He's barely on the WR4 radar.
Greg Olsen (foot) did not practice Wednesday.
Olsen usually takes it easy on Wednesdays before returning to team work on Thursdays and Fridays. He'll be good to go as a mid-range TE1 against the Saints.
Danny Amendola (groin) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Amendola has been battling the groin for much of the season. He's in zero danger of missing Week 16 against the Ravens and is a borderline WR2/3.
Toby Gerhart (hamstring) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
After sitting out Week 15, Gerhart is back on track to resume backup duties behind Adrian Peterson. Matt Asiata, who started last week, can be dropped.
Matt Asiata (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Asiata's 30-carry workload last week against the Eagles may have been too much for him. With Adrian Peterson (foot) and Toby Gerhart (hamstring) expected to return this week, Asiata can safely be dropped in all formats.
Andre Johnson (wrist) did not practice Wednesday.
We didn't notice Johnson suffer any injuries last week against the Colts, and none of the Texans' beat writers have expressed any concern regarding his Week 16 status. Johnson will be a low-end WR1 this week versus Denver.