Chargers' Malcom Floyd: Present for practice Wednesday
Malcom Floyd (shoulder) was present for Wednesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
It remains to be seen how the San Diego Chargers will officially list his participation, but Floyd's presence on the field Wednesday suggests that the wideout is headed in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Jaguars approaches.
Giants' Larry Donnell: Not expected to play Sunday
Larry Donnell isn't expected to play Sunday at Washington, after the New York Giants found a "troubling result" on an MRI on his neck, Dan Graziano of ESPN New York reports. "It's not looking good," Donnell said.
On Monday, Donnell stated that he felt 100 percent after doctors cleared him, but Wednesday's development leaves the tight end without a return date. While he'll likely be ruled out in advance of Sunday's game, Jordan Raanan of NJ.com speculated that Donnell may be in danger of missing the rest of the season. In the meantime, Will Tye and Jerome Cunningham will handle TE reps for the Giants, but a free-agent addition to the corps isn't out of the question.
Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Dealing with high ankle sprain
Aaron Dobson is dealing with a high ankle sprain, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.
We'd expect the New England Patriots to rule the wideout out for Sunday night's game against the Broncos later this week, and beyond that it's plausible he will miss additional time. With Julian Edelman out, plus Danny Amendola and Keshawn Martin also hobbled, the Patriots' depth at wideout is currently taxed.
49ers' Carlos Hyde: No practice Wednesday
Carlos Hyde (foot) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
With each passing week and no practice participation, there's no telling when Hyde may be able to return from the stress fracture in his left foot. The sinking San Francisco 49ers also have little reason to trot him out there until he's completely healthy, which will keep Shaun Draughn at the top of the RB pecking order. In back-to-back starts, Draughn has managed 28 carries for 95 yards and 12 receptions (on 16 targets) for 78 yards.
Bills' Tyrod Taylor: Limited at practice Wednesday
Tyrod Taylor (right shoulder) was limited at practice Wednesday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
Per Rodak, Taylor relayed that he rested his shoulder Wednesday, but plans to resume throwing at Thursday's practice. Assuming that occurs without any setbacks, we'd expect the QB to remain on course to be able to play Sunday against the Chiefs.
Redskins' Alfred Morris: Practices fully Wednesday
Alfred Morris (rib) practiced fully Wednesday, Tarik El-Bashir of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.
In Week 10, Morris suffered a rib injury but played through the pain, totaling 15 rushes for 92 yards and three receptions for 14 yards. He attempted to do the same Sunday at Carolina, but his early aggravation resulted in no production whatsoever. Head coach Jay Gruden confirmed the nature of the ailment Wednesday, calling it a bruised rib, with no fractures or cartilage damage, according to Brian McNally of 106.7 the Fan DC. As a result, Morris' availability for Sunday's game versus the Giants isn't really in question, but his workload could be curtailed if he's unable to handle the discomfort.
Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas: Sidelined Wednesday
De'Anthony Thomas (concussion) will not practice Wednesday.
Thomas' status for Sunday's game against the Bills looks cloudy at this point, though with 17 catches for 140 yards and a TD, to go along with nine carries for 34 yards and a rushing score in 10 games to date, the versatile wideout's fantasy utility is restricted to deeper formats.
Chiefs' Charcandrick West: Won't practice Wednesday
Charcandrick West (hamstring) will not practice Wednesday.
With West viewed as day-to-day by the Kansas City Chiefs , his status for Sunday's tilt against the Bills remains unclear. If he is limited or forced to sit out the game, look Spencer Ware -- who had 96 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries in relief of West in Week 11 -- to see an expanded role this weekend, with Knile Davis also a candidate to be re-introduced into the Chiefs' backfield mix.
Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch: Reportedly undergoes sports hernia surgery
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Marshawn Lynch underwent sports hernia surgery Wednesday morning.
While the Seattle Seahawks have yet to confirm the reported procedure, Rapoport suggests that the "hope is for (a) late December" return for Lynch. Look for the team to address the running back's situation later Wednesday, though for now it looks safe to assume that Thomas Rawls will have an opportunity to head the Seahawks' ground game in the coming weeks.
Eagles' Sam Bradford: Questionable for Thursday
Sam Bradford (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's contest in Detroit.
Bradford was knocked out of the Philadelphia Eagles ' Week 10 tilt against the Dolphins with a concussion and AC joint sprain, the former of which didn't allow him to step foot on the practice field until Monday. He was able to build up to a full practice Wednesday, which wasn't a walk-through, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Progressing to that point would seem to suggest that Bradford may be able to start, but both Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News speculated that he'll likely serve as Mark Sanchez's backup. Nevertheless, head coach Chip Kelly has an interesting decision to make in advance of Thursday's 4:30 PM ET kickoff.
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