Harry Douglas (foot) is not practicing Wednesday.
Douglas has battled the foot for the majority of the season, but has been playing the past couple weeks. However, he's a fantasy non-factor behind Julio and Roddy.
Brandon Bostick (hip) returned to practice Wednesday.
Bostick has a chance to return after missing the last two games. He's played just 27 snaps this year behind Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers. Bostick should be considered questionable for Week 13.
Jordan Cameron (concussion) is practicing Wednesday, but remains day-to-day.
Coach Mike Pettine said, "We're looking for [Cameron] to practice symptom-free for a couple of days in a row. Still day-to-day." If Cameron can string a few practices together this week, he'll likely be active for Week 13 against the Bills after missing the past four games. He's a high-upside add for the stretch run.
Jordan Reed (hamstring) participated in individual drills at Wednesday's practice.
Reed is making progress, but his status for Week 13 remains in question. His hamstrings have proven troublesome this season. If Reed can't play against the Colts, Niles Paul will make for an interesting streaming option in a game the Redskins will likely be playing from behind. Colt McCoy loves to pass in the intermediate areas of the field. Consider Reed highly questionable.
Charles Clay (knee) returned to practice Wednesday.
After missing Week 12, Clay is on track to return against the Jets on Monday night. The Dolphins aren't required to issue an official practice report until Thursday.
Coach Jay Gruden confirmed Colt McCoy will start Week 13 against the Colts, and Robert Griffin III has been benched.
Gruden said he believed McCoy deserved a promotion. The Redskins likely would have won last week in San Francisco had McCoy been under center. McCoy won't be a recommended fantasy option, though he could rack up garbage-time numbers as a QB2 on Sunday in Indianapolis. DeSean Jackson remains a WR2 with big-play upside. Alfred Morris's stock may take the biggest hit, as he's always had more success running the ball with RGIII under center.
Odell Beckham (back) is practicing in full for Week 13.
Beckham took a knee to the back last Sunday night and missed one play before returning. He admitted he was sore Monday, but his status for Week 13 against the Jaguars was never in doubt. This confirms it. Beckham will be a borderline WR1/2 against Jacksonville's burnable secondary on Sunday.
The Rams are expected to activate LE Chris Long (ankle) from I.R./recall in time for Week 13 against the Raiders.
Long has been out since hurting his left ankle in the season opener. His 21-day window to be activated closes next week. William Hayes and Eugene Sims have been filling in opposite RE Robert Quinn. While Hayes has been nails against the run, he and Sims haven't been getting to the quarterback. Long's reinsertion into the lineup will be a boost to a defense already on the rise.