Lions' Eric Ebron: Probable for Thursday
Eric Ebron (quadriceps/hand) is listed as probable for Thursday's game versus the Eagles, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions ' official site reports.
With back-to-back full practices under his belt, Ebron will attempt to bounce back from Sunday's catch-less outing against a Philadelphia defense that has held tight ends in check this season, yielding 8.9 YPC and only two touchdowns to date.
Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders: Limited at practice Wednesday
Emmanuel Sanders (ankle/finger) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday.
Though officially listed as limited, per the Denver Post, Sanders -- who has been dealing with a left high ankle sprain -- "was pretty much a full participant" at practice Wednesday, with the wideout indicating that he is hopeful with regard to his chances of playing Sunday night against the Patriots.
Lions' Calvin Johnson: Questionable for Thursday
Despite the designation, Johnson is expected to suit up for the Lions' traditional appearance on Thanksgiving. He has an exploitable matchup on tap versus a Philadelphia secondary that has been torched all season, including 13.1 YPC and seven touchdowns allowed over the last three contests.
Redskins' Keenan Robinson: Practices in limited fashion Wednesday
Keenan Robinson (shoulder) was limited in practice Wednesday.
Robinson missed the previous two games due to a problematic shoulder injury, but his availability at practice Wednesday is certainly a positive sign moving forward. The Washington Redskins will likely make an official announcement regarding their middle linebacker's status closer to the end of the week, so IDP owners should stay tuned for more information.
Colts' Andrew Luck: Confident he'll return this season
Luck made the comments in his first media availability since suffering a lacerated kidney and torn abdominal muscle Nov. 8. Luck says he's picked up his activity, but gave no timetable for when he may be able to return to practice. The
Packers' Davante Adams: Probable for Thursday
Davante Adams (ankle) is listed as probable for Thursday's game versus the Bears, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
After back-to-back limited practices to begin the week, Adams was unhinged in drills Wednesday, signaling that he's ready to roll in Week 12. However, he'll face a Chicago secondary that has tightened up over the last four games, surrendering 12.8 YPC and three touchdowns to wide receivers.
Patriots' Jamie Collins: Misses another practice
Jamie Collins (illness) did not practice Wednesday.
An illness has kept Collins off the field for three straight games, but there is some hope that he could return to action Sunday night against the Broncos, given that the linebacker was finally healthy enough to return to Gillette Stadium on Wednesday.
Packers' Eddie Lacy: Probable for Thursday
Eddie Lacy (ankle) is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the Bears, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Lacy's second-half surge was delayed, likely due to a series of ankle and groin concerns, but he's finally imitated the running back that spurred his selection in the first few picks of fantasy drafts this summer. He'll attempt to replicate Sunday's 100-yard performance against a Chicago defense that has allowed running backs to romp for 4.5 YPC and six total touchdowns in 2015.
Redskins' Dashon Goldson: Practices in limited fashion Wednesday
Dashon Goldson (knee/hamstring/waist) was limited in practice Wednesday.
Goldson is dealing with a plethora of injuries, but none of them appear to be too serious as the veteran safety was able to practice Wednesday. Barring any setback, it seems likely Goldson will be able to play Sunday against the Giants.
Patriots' Keshawn Martin: Limited at practice Wednesday
Keshawn Martin (hamstring) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Despite not having see action since Week 6, Martin's Week 12 status is of some import to the New England Patriots ' offense, given that Julian Edelman is out with a foot injury, Aaron Dobson has a high ankle sprain and Danny Amendola is dealing with a sprained knee. Once Martin is finally able to rejoin the team's lineup, there may be a significant role waiting for him, in light of the rash of injuries that the Patriots have experienced at wideout of late.
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