Calvin Johnson (ankle) was held out of Monday's practice.
Redskins CB Tracy Porter (sprained AC joint) could miss "significant time."
The Redskins' No. 3 cornerback, Porter could be headed to injured reserve if he's dealing with anything other than a 1-2 week injury.
Rod Streater (foot surgery, I.R./designated to return) has resumed practicing.
The Raiders now have three weeks to activate Streater. It's unclear if they plan to do so for Week 13, but Streater was reportedly looking good at Monday's practice. Streater's return would further muddle what's become one of the league's most unpredictable receiver corps. At best, Streater would be a WR4 with Derek Carr under center.
Robert Griffin III will remain the Redskins' starter for Week 13.
Speaking Monday, coach Jay Gruden said he had "every intent" to start RGIII against the Colts. RGIII was positively dreadful in Sunday's loss to the 49ers, but received little help from his teammates, particularly his offensive line. Nevertheless, 11 completions for 106 yards is not acceptable at the NFL level, and Griffin will be at risk of in-game benchings for the rest of the season. Even in a potentially high-scoring game with the Colts, RGIII will be a high-risk QB2.
The Broncos are considering a change at kicker.
Free agent Jay Feely will visit Denver on Tuesday. Brandon McManus missed another field goal in Sunday's win over the Dolphins, prompting disgust and disbelief on the Broncos' sideline. The second-year undrafted free agent is just 9-of-13 on the year. The Broncos foolishly let Matt Prater walk at the conclusion of his four-game suspension, leaving themselves with a kicking situation unbecoming of a title contender.
Odell Beckham (back) is "sore," but could practice in full this week.
Speaking Monday, coach Tom Coughlin intimated that Beckham could miss a few reps this week, but his status for Sunday's game against the Jaguars is not in doubt. Beckham has proven to be a high-end WR2 with WR1 upside since joining the Giants' starting lineup four games ago.
Latavius Murray remains in the league's concussion protocol.
It's not a huge concern, as the Raiders are still just four days removed from their upset win over the Chiefs. As long as Murray can gain full clearance by Friday, he'll be good to go for Sunday's game against the Rams. We fully expect Murray to take over as the Raiders' starter after he stung the Chiefs for 112 yards and two touchdowns on only four carries. He needs to be 100 percent owned in 10-12 team leagues.
Bucs FB Jorvorskie Lane has been diagnosed with a broken leg, and requires season-ending surgery.
Lane had played only 77 snaps as the Bucs' lead blocker this season. His loss won't have an effect on Tampa's monumentally-ineffective running game. Going on 28, Lane isn't signed beyond 2014.