Blake Bortles (foot) will be active for Week 16 against the Titans, and serve as the Jaguars' starting quarterback.
Jamaal Charles (knee, ankle) was upgraded to "full" on Thursday.
Charles is banged up, but he's proven effective at playing through minor injuries. He's locked in as a top-three RB1 against the Steelers' soft defense. Coach Andy Reid often loses the plot, but we expect him to feed Charles in a game the Chiefs have to win.
Shane Vereen (ankle) remained limited on Thursday.
Vereen will play against the Jets, but can't be counted on for more than 6-8 touches. He's an uninspiring RB3.
Brandon LaFell (shoulder) remained "limited" on Thursday.
LaFell's Week 16 status is not in doubt. He'll be a solid WR2 against the Jets' bottom-three secondary.
LeGarrette Blount (shoulder) remained limited in Thursday's practice.
Blount's Week 16 availability isn't in doubt, but his role is muddled with the re-emergence of Jonas Gray. Blount will be a touchdown-dependent FLEX play for the fantasy finals. Players who are still alive in season-long leagues need to do better.
Frank Gore is "moving through the concussion protocol," and expected to start Saturday's game against the Chargers.
Gore practiced on Thursday, getting in a limited session. It's excellent news for the 49ers, as Carlos Hyde (ankle, back) is expected to be sidelined. Struggling mightily in the second half of the season, Gore will be a middling FLEX play for the fantasy finals. He'll be backed up by FB Bruce Miller and Alfonso Smith.
Demaryius Thomas (ankle) is practicing in full for Week 16.
Thomas avoided setbacks with his ankle in Week 15, and is locked and loaded as a WR1 for the fantasy finals.
Julius Thomas (ankle) is practicing in full for Week 16.
It's an upgrade on Week 15, where Orange Julius began the week as "limited." The Broncos have hoodwinked fantasy owners in back-to-back games with Thomas' health, but he finally, truly appears ready to be full go. Thomas is a mid-range TE1 for the fantasy finals.