Allen Hurns (concussion) has been released from the hospital.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will update the status of Hurns (who was stretchered off the field after suffering a concussion during Sunday's game against the Chargers) on Monday, but the fact that he's already out of the hospital is a good sign with regard to his long-term prognosis. That said, the wideout's Week 13 status is uncertain at this stage.
Garrett Celek (ankle) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Celek initially left the field with a leg injury, which was clarified as an ankle concern. Currently, the severity of the ailment is unknown, but the San Francisco 49ers will likely lay out a return timetable in due time.
Raiders' Seth Roberts: Has career game in Tennessee
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Seth Roberts lit up the Titans secondary to the tune of six catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns on seven targets Sunday in Tennessee.
This performance came out of nowhere, as Roberts hadn't scored since Week 3, and had never topped 100 yards in a game at the NFL level. The rookie now has 21 catches for 352 yards and four touchdowns this season, meaning he's actually found pay dirt just as many times as much more highly heralded rookie Amari Cooper.
Jeremy Kerley was active, but failed to see a pass target Sunday against the Dolphins.
After seeing multiple pass targets in four straight games, Kerley has now failed to see a pass target in his last two contests. Despite his inactivity in the passing game, he's been the primary punt returner for the New York Jets .
Giants' Will Tye: Snags six passes against Washington
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Tye was targeted eight times in Sunday's loss to Washington, tallying six catches for 74 yards.
Tye has seen his targets increase from six to seven to eight in the three games since Larry Donnell was sidelined with a neck injury. His yardage total in each of his past two games eclipsed any total Donnell was able to collect while starting earlier this season. The New York Giants used Donnell primarily as an underneath target and red-zone threat, seldom racking up too many fantasy points. Tye has yet to find the endzone, but has already shown more ability as a down-field target than Donnell. He may get the opportunity to further expand his role as Donnell's return this season is up in the air.
Devin Smith (foot) caught two passes on three targets for 33 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Dolphins.
Although he only saw three of Ryan Fitzpatrick's 37 pass targets, the rookie was able to score his first NFL touchdown. In addition, he caught more than one pass in a game for the first time since Week 4.
Dontrelle Inman caught 5-of-9 targets for 65 yards and a touchdown Sunday in Jacksonville.
The second-year receiver out of Virginia has been asked to play a bigger role in recent weeks due to injuries to other San Diego Chargers receivers, and Inman rewarded the coaching staff's trust in him with his second touchdown of the season in this one. With Malcolm Floyd (shoulder) still less than 100 percent, Inman trails only Stevie Johnson on quarterback Philip Rivers' priority list when it comes to wide receivers. The added attention is nice, but Inman may not have the skills to post a repeat performance against an elite Broncos defense next week.
Donte Moncrief had eight catches on nine targets for 114 yards Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Moncrief led the Indianapolis Colts in receptions and receiving yards, though T.Y. Hilton lead in targets (12) and caught both of quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's touchdown passes. It was the first time since Week 2 that Moncrief reached the 100-yard mark, while also breaking a three-game streak of having fewer than 42 yards. Up next is a Week 13 matchup against a Steelers defense that's better against the run than the pass.