Falcons signed K Shayne Graham.
With Matt Bryant dealing with a quad injury he suffered in Wednesday's practice, Graham will serve as insurance. Graham converted 19-of-22 field goals for the Saints last season but was cut in May. He will be a decent fantasy option if Bryant is forced to sit.
Eagles declared RB Ryan Mathews, TE Zach Ertz, QB Sam Bradford, DE Brandon Bair, WR Jonathan Krause, CB Denzel Rice and OL Tanner Hawkinson inactive for Week 12 against the Lions.
Bradford, Mathews and Ertz are the big names here, and all three are recovering from concussions. Bradford has already been cleared, but he is also dealing with a shoulder issue. He should be fine for Week 13. Ertz is progressing through the protocol well and should be back for Week 13. Mathews' status is more up in the air. With Mathews sidelined, DeMarco Murray should handle at least 20 touches in a decent matchup. Brent Celek will pick up the slack with Ertz sidelined and is a nice streaming option. Mark Sanchez will start at quarterback.
Calvin Johnson (ankle) is active for Thanksgiving Day against the Eagles.
Johnson was limited in practice on a short week, but he should be all systems go. He is a solid WR1 against the Eagles' collapsing secondary. Breakout CB Darius Slay is also active. Detroit declared WR T.J. Jones, TE Tim Wright, OL Corey Robinson, OT LaAdrian Waddle, DL Gabe Wright, DB Isaiah Johnson and DL Jermelle Cudjo inactive for Week 12 against the Eagles.
Eagles declared Sam Bradford (shoulder) inactive for Thanksgiving Day against the Lions.
Bradford was spotted warming up before the game, so there is a good chance he will be ready to go Week 13. Mark Sanchez will start against Detroit and has some upside in what could be a high-paced game, but he is more of a QB2 in season-long formats.
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Devonta Freeman (concussion) will not practice Thursday, and the team is preparing as if he will not play against the Vikings.
It is a tough break for teams fighting for a playoff berth. Tevin Coleman should get the start against Minnesota, but he was terrible in relief last week against the Colts and faces a better defense this time around. Coleman is worth a start as a back-end RB2 with Freeman out.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Peyton Manning (foot) will miss "at least three weeks."
The original release said two weeks, but Rapoport reports Manning will barely be out of his cast at that point. Rapoport called Week 15 against the Steelers the most realistic return date for Manning, but he also cautioned it is still a possibility Manning does not play again this season. Manning is droppable in all formats. Brock Osweiler will continue to start in his place.
Darrelle Revis (concussion) did not practice Thursday.
He is not going to play this week. Buster Skrine or Marcus Williams will fill in on the outside. It is a big upgrade for the Dolphins' passing game.
Bucs rookie MLB Kwon Alexander (suspended) is expected to play Week 12 against the Colts.
Alexander did not receive notification of his suspension until Wednesday. He has five business days to appeal, so he will be able to play this week and potentially Week 13 as well depending on how long the appeal process takes. Alexander has made some splash plays this season, but he is regularly getting washed out in the run game.