Tyrell Williams (shoulder) returned to Chargers practice Friday and said he will play Sunday versus Tampa Bay.
Eddie Royal (toe) is questionable for Week 13 against the 49ers.
Royal sat out the first two days of practice this week and seems like a long shot for Sunday. He actually had negative yards in his last game. Royal won't be a fantasy option even if he suits up this week.
Dolphins coach Adam Gase indicated Friday that he will err on the side of caution with DeVante Parker (back) and protect Parker from himself, even if Parker says he can play against the Ravens.
This is the opposite of the Bills' approach to injured players. "He might even tell me I'm ready to go and I might say no," were Gase's words when quizzed on Parker's availability. Gase did say Parker "took a step forward" on Friday. Still, it would be stunning if Parker played in Baltimore.
The Dolphins expect LT Branden Albert (wrist) and LG Laremy Tunsil (shoulder) to play in Week 13 at Baltimore.
The Dolphins really could have used these guys last week against the 49ers, when Jay Ajayi struggled to run between the tackles without them. Miami still won the game and should now have both back against a far stouter Baltimore front.
Jordan Reed (shoulder) is out for Week 13 against the Cardinals.
Reed hasn't practiced since separating his shoulder in Week 12 and won't be making the trip to Arizona. Vernon Davis will fill in at tight end. The Cardinals defend tight ends well but Davis should be involved enough to warrant TE1 consideration. Consider Reed week to week.
Giants LG Justin Pugh (knee) is out for Week 13 against the Steelers.
Pugh was hoping to return this week but was ruled out after suffering a setback at practice. He hasn't played since spraining his MCL against the Eagles in Week 9. Austin Gettis will likely draw another start at left guard for the G-Men.
Mike Gillislee (hamstring) is questionable for Week 13 against the Raiders.
He should play this week after getting in a limited week of practice. Gillislee will back up LeSean McCoy but could see more carries than usual with Buffalo down to only a few healthy receivers.
The Broncos will start rookie Paxton Lynch at quarterback in Week 13.
The talented Jaguars pass defense has been tough on quarterbacks this season, allowing just one opposing signal caller to top 280 yards against them on the year. Lynch struggled against a weaker pass defense at home against Atlanta in Week 5, managing 223 yards on 35 attempts with one touchdown and one pick. He took six sacks behind a sub-par Broncos offensive line. Lynch will be a low-end two-quarterback-league play in Jacksonville.