Zach Hocker made his only extra point attempt in a 31-7 loss to the Bengals on Sunday.
Hocker was called on late to replace Greg Zuerlein in the lineup due to a groin injury. He didn't get the chance to do much, and with the St. Louis Rams ' offense being so awful, even if he stays in the lineup he won't be much of a fantasy option.
Andrew Quarless (knee) was sentenced to one-year of probation for a July incident in which he discharged a firearm in public, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
With the justice system handing down its decision, the NFL will likely weigh in on the matter in due time, potentially in the form of a suspension. Legal woes aside, he returned to practice Monday, but the Green Bay Packers weren't required to release an official designation, as he remains on the IR/designated-to-return list. If he makes the requisite progress this week, he could suit up Thursday at Detroit for the first time since Week 3.
Tre Mason caught all seven of his targets for 37 yards in a 31-7 loss to the Bengals on Sunday.
Mason also had a carry, but lost two yards in the process. Usually Benny Cunningham is the receiver out of the backfield, but Mason showed some potential as a third-down back. He still only averaged 5.3 yards a reception and has yet to find the end zone this season, however.
Sean Mannion was 6-of-7 for 31 yards in relief of Nick Foles on Sunday as the St. Louis Rams fell 31-7 to Cincinnati.
This was Mannion's first look of the season, and he performed decently in his sparse game time. Nick Foles has been awful the last two weeks, and if Case Keenum is still hurt, the Rams may give Mannion a shot at the starting spot. That being said, the Rams' offense is putrid and no matter who's under center, they're not going to produce much fantasy-wise.
Seahawks' Paul Richardson: Expected to practice Wednesday
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Paul Richardson (hamstring) is expected to return to practice Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seattle Seahawks ' official site reports. "He's got a great shot," head coach Pete Carroll said Monday. "We're counting on him coming back and practicing, at least in limited fashion Wednesday just to prove it, but we think he might be full-go on Wednesday."
Activated from the PUP list on Nov. 14, Richardson made his season debut in Week 10 but suffered a hamstring injury during that contest. He's subsequently missed the past two games, but an appearance in drills Wednesday would set the foundation for a return to action.
Lance Moore (ankle) didn't practice Monday, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions ' official site reports. "Ankle is feeling better," he said. "Every day has been feeling better. To go from where I came from after the game to today is extremely encouraging and I'm just trying to do whatever I can to get back as soon as I can."
Moore exited the Lions' Thanksgiving day tilt due to an ankle injury and has yet to step foot on the field. However, his comments indicate that the ankle is recovering quickly, giving him a chance to play Thursday against the Packers. If he's unable to suit up, T.J. Jones will serve as the No. 3 wide receiver.
Golden Tate (ankle) practiced on a limited basis Monday, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions ' official site reports.
Tate's listing as a limited participant implies that his availability this week isn't up in the air, but owners should continue to monitor his activity level in advance of Thursday's game versus the Packers. While he's a secondary option to Calvin Johnson in the Lions' passing attack, Tate posted his season-long reception of 43 yards in Week 10 against Green Bay.