Jared Abbrederis (ribs) was a full practice participant Monday, the Green Bay Packers ' official site reports.
With an unhinged practice behind him, Abbrederis is clearly approaching the end of the road in his recovery from rib and chest concerns. He could take on a decent snap count Thursday at Detroit due to the issues with drops that continue to befall Randall Cobb and Davante Adams.
Bengals' Tyler Eifert: No structural damage to neck
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire
Tyler Eifert doesn't have any structural damage in his neck, but his status for this Sunday's game at Cleveland remains up in the air, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Prior to departing with a stinger in the second half Sunday, Eifert corralled his 12th touchdown of the season during a three-catch, 40-yard effort. Due to his standing in the tight-end ranks, which have been hit hard by knee injuries to stalwarts like Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham, Eifert's progress through the neck issue will be of keen interest this week.
Donte Whitner (concussion) is listed as active for Monday night's game against the Ravens.
Whitner, who has missed two straight games, is thus set to resume his strong safety duties in tandem with free safety Tashaun Gipson, a bit of good news for the Cleveland Browns ' secondary, with cornerback Joe Haden ruled out Monday. To date, Whitner has racked up 55 tackles and a forced fumbles in eight games.
Marlon Brown (back) is inactive for Monday's game against the Browns.
Brown, who has recorded just 14 catches for 112 yards in 10 games to date, is off the fantasy radar, but his absence is another hit the Baltimore Ravens ' depth at wideout. Jeremy Butler or Kaelin Clay could see some additional looks in his absence, but neither are high-percentage Week 12 darts, with Matt Schaub now the team's starting QB.
Coach Rex Ryan feels Easley will complete the concussion protocol and be back on the field for Sunday's game against Houston, BuffaloBills.com reports.
All it takes is one little setback with this sensitive injury, but after Easley missed Sunday's game in Kansas City and hearing Ryan's hopefulness regarding the situation, it sounds like the injury-depleted Bills are ready to welcome their special teams ace back.