DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 16.
Hopkins played through the ankle injury last week, so his status was never in doubt. Even with Garrett Graham (hamstring) sidelined, he's just a low-end WR4 for the final week of the fantasy playoffs.
Robert Turbin (groin) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is listed as probable for Week 16 against the Cardinals.
Turbin was limited earlier in the week with a groin injury. He'll be available for his usual change-of-pace role behind Marshawn Lynch for Sunday's matchup with the Cardinals.
Zach Miller (ribs) is listed as probable for Week 16.
Miller was held out of practice on Wednesday, but returned to limited participation on both Thursday and Friday. He's worth a look as a streaming option this week in a matchup with a Cardinals defense that's allowing the most fantasy points to tight ends. Miller caught five passes for 40 yards and a touchdown against Arizona back in Week 7.
Frank Gore (ankle, knee) remained limited in Friday's practice.
Gore is in no danger of missing Monday night's game against the Falcons and should return to a full practice on Saturday. Rotoworld ranks him as the No. 13 overall running back for Week 16.
Antonio Gates (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 16 against the Raiders.
Gates didn't practice on Wednesday or Thursday for rest purposes. He's averaging just four catches for 38 yards over his last three games and will continue to be a low-end TE1 when San Diego takes on Oakland in Week 16.
Keenan Allen (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 16.
Allen was able to practice in full this week and his shoulder injury is no longer a concern. He'll be a high-end WR2 for Sunday's matchup against the Raiders.
The Broncos' defense has allowed 432 yards and five touchdowns on 91 carries (4.75 YPC) to Kansas City, San Diego, and Tennessee over the past three weeks.
Denver's run-defense collapse has coincided with LE Derek Wolfe's (illness) three-week absence. Wolfe has been ruled out for Week 16. With Ben Tate (ribs) shut down for the season, UDFA Dennis Johnson will be Houston's starting tailback Sunday versus the Broncos. For more statistical breakdowns like this on every Week 16 game, read Evan Silva's Matchups column at the link below.
The Steelers can create $7 million in salary cap space by releasing RCB Ike Taylor this offseason.
The Steelers aren't quite teeming with cornerback depth, but this will be a no-brainer move for Pittsburgh's annually cap-strapped organization. Taylor has fallen directly off the cliff in his age-33 season, will be 34 in May, and is owed a $7 million non-guaranteed salary next year. He's PFF's No. 104 corner among 109 qualifiers in 2013. Only Antonio Cromartie, Leonard Johnson, Derek Cox, Brice McCain, and Cortland Finnegan have graded out worse.