Chargers' Antonio Gates: Limited at practice Wednesday
Antonio Gates (hip) practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday.
Per the San Diego Union-Tribune Gates indicated Monday that he needed to decide this week whether or not his playing through his aches and pains, as he has of late, is helping or hurting the San Diego Chargers . "That's where I'm at right now," said Gates, who was limited to one catch on three targets for six yards this past Sunday against the Chiefs. Wednesday's practice participation, albeit in a limited capacity, does bode well for the veteran tight end's chances of being available Sunday against the Jaguars, however.
Rams' Case Keenum: Limited Wednesday
Case Keenum (concussion) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Keenum's ability to take part in some individual drills indicates that he's progressing through the concussion protocol. An independent neurologist will ultimately be called upon to clear the quarterback for a return to the field, but the uncertain nature of concussions clouds whether he'll be able to do so this Sunday at Cincinnati. If he's deemed unready to suit up, Nick Foles will serve as the St. Louis Rams ' starting quarterback.
Titans' Kendall Wright: Returns to a limited practice Wednesday
Kendall Wright returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since suffering a knee injury back on November 1.
In the process, interim coach Mike Mularkey said that Wright looked good, which bodes well for the wideout's chances of returning to action Sunday against the Raiders. "He looked much better than I was expecting, he really did," Mularkey said Wednesday. "We still limited him to a specific number of plays, just to make sure we are not overusing him."
Jaguars' Allen Hurns: Limited at practice Wednesday
Allen Hurns (foot/thigh) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Hurns heads into Week 12 a little banged up, but there's still a solid chance that his limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related and that he'll work toward a probable injury designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Saints' Mark Ingram: Limited Wednesday
Ingram has so far avoided the injury report to this point in the season, but a brief absence during a Week 10 loss in Washington may have a culprit. No matter, he was able brush off the shoulder concern and fit in individual drills Wednesday, setting a precedent for this week. Expect his status to receive clarification upon the release of Friday's injury report.
Texans' Chris Polk: Practices fully Wednesday
Chris Polk (hamstring) practiced fully Wednesday.
Polk is trending in the right direction, but as long as he's the No. 3 option (behind Alfred Blue and Jonathan Grimes) in the Houston Texans ' rushing attack, his fantasy utility will be limited to deeper formats.
Steelers' Landry Jones: Not on injury report
Following the Pittsburgh Steelers ' bye, Landry Jones (ankle) is not listed on the team's Week 12 injury report.
Nor is starting QB Ben Roethlisberger, which ensures that Jones will work in a backup capacity this weekend against the Seahawks.
Bengals' Marvin Jones: Limited at practice Wednesday
Marvin Jones (hamstring) was limited at Wednesday's practice.
The same applies to QB Andy Dalton, though at this stage there's been noting to suggest that their Week 12 status is in danger. We'll let you know if that assessment changes.
Bengals' Andy Dalton: Limited at practice Wednesday
Andy Dalton (groin) was limited at Wednesday's practice.
We'll track Dalton's status in the coming days, but so far there is nothing at this stage to suggest that his status for Sunday's game against the Rams is in any danger.
Ravens' Nick Boyle: Able to practice Wednesday
Nick Boyle (foot) practiced Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Boyle, who sat out Week 11's game with a foot injury, is thus trending in the right direction as Monday's game against the Browns approaches, though it's unclear at this stage how close to a full practice the tight end turned in Wednesday.
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