Lions' Eric Ebron: Catches two passes Thursday
Eric Ebron (quad/hand) caught two of three targets for 28 yards in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles.
That's four straight quiet fantasy efforts from Ebron, who will look to get his production going in Week 13 at home against the Packers. In Week 10, he caught four passes on eight targets for 28 yards in a Detroit win over Green Bay.
Lions' Calvin Johnson: Catches Three TD passes Thursday
Calvin Johnson , who caught eight passes (on 14 targets) for 93 yards, tied a career-high with three TD catches in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles, ESPN.com reports.
Thanks to the Detroit Lions ' short week, Johnson, who was listed as questionable for Thursday's game, will now have some extra time to manage his ankle injury in advance of the team's Dec. 3 tilt against the Packers.
Chargers' Malcom Floyd: Remains limited at practice
Malcom Floyd (shoulder) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday.
Floyd's availability for Sunday's game against the Jaguars has yet to be clarified, though hopefully the release of Friday's final Week 12 injury report will add some clarity to his status for the contest.
Redskins' Chris Culliver: Tears ACL and MCL
Chris Culliver sustained a torn ACL and MCL during Thursday's practice, bringing his season to an end, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Washington made a splash in the offseason, inking Culliver to a four-year contract, but a one-game suspension and knee injury limited him to 16 tackles and no interceptions in six appearances. A shoulder injury resulted in no practice Wednesday, and in his return Thursday, he suffered the knee ligament tears on an attempted leap. With a lengthy rehab process on tap, he may be in danger of missing most of the 2016 season as well.
Chargers' Ladarius Green: Returns to a limited practice Thursday
Ladarius Green (ankle) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday.
Green, who had one catch on three targets for nine yards in last Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, appears on track to be a go for Week 12's game against the Jaguars, but it's still possible that he could be listed as questionable for the contest.
Chargers' Antonio Gates: Practices fully Thursday
Antonio Gates (hip) practiced fully Thursday.
After practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday, Gates' full participation Thursday suggests that he is trending toward a probable designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Eagles' Josh Huff: Under evaluation for head injury
Josh Huff is under evaluation for a head injury suffered during Thursday's loss at Detroit, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Huff left the contest with just one catch for 11 yards on the ledger, ending his touchdown streak at two games. If he's eventually diagnosed with a concussion, his return will be subject to the league's protocol for head injuries.
Chiefs' Charcandrick West: Misses practice again Thursday
Charcandrick West (hamstring) did not practice Thursday.
What -- if anything -- West is able to do in practice Friday will be telling with regard to his status for Sunday's game against the Bills. If West is limited or sits out the contest, Spencer Ware -- who had 96 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries in relief of West in Week 11 -- would figure to see an expanded role this weekend, while Knile Davis could also be re-introduced into the team's backfield mix in Week 12.
Titans' Kendall Wright: Practices fully Thursday
Kendall Wright (knee) practiced fully Thursday. "I think he's good to go, I really do," interim coach Mike Mularkey said Thursday with regard to Wright's chances of playing Sunday against the Raiders. "He had more reps today and I saw him do some things, so I feel good about him."
Prior to missing the last three games with a knee injury, Wright had recorded 28 catches for 343 yards and three touchdowns in seven games in his role as a starting wideout for the Tennessee Titans .
Rams' Case Keenum: Listed as limited Thursday
Case Keenum (concussion) was listed as limited on the St. Louis Rams ' injury report Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Keenum's activity level was an estimate, as the Rams' regular day off occurs each Thursday, but it matched his limited showing in Wednesday's practice. After that session, head coach Jeff Fisher told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Keenum is still in the concussion protocol, though he "got under center, he split the reps with Nick [Foles], and he felt pretty good." Keenum seems to be trending in the right direction, with one more chance to show that the concussion is behind him Friday.
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