Virgil Green
Broncos TE Virgil Green: I'm ready to return Sunday
Virgil Green, TE, DEN
4:30 PM
News: Broncos tight end Virgil Green told the Associated Press he's ready to return to action on Sunday. Green missed the previous three games with a calf injury. If Julius Thomas (ankle) is unable to play, Green hopes the team allows him to display his versatility as a pass-catcher.

"I'd love for J.T. to play. I really don't know where he's at right now, but if he doesn't go, I feel like it's an opportunity for me to show that I'm not just a blocking tight end," Green said. "I can catch. People know I can run the ball as well, so it's an opportunity for me and I have to jump all over it."

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Julius Thomas
Broncos coach John Fox: Julius Thomas did not practice Friday
Julius Thomas, TE, DEN
11/21/2014
News: Although he was seen on the practice field working with the team, Broncos coach John Fox told reporters that tight end Julius Thomas (ankle) did not practice on Friday. As a result, the team labeled him as questionable for Sunday's game against Miami, per USA Today.

"We could have called him limited, but it was closer to DNP," Fox said.

Thomas suffered an ankle injury Week 11 against St. Louis, and injury that was not deemed serious. According to the Denver Post, he is expected to be a game-time decision for Week 12.

He has 40 catches for 426 yards and an NFL-leading 12 receiving touchdowns through 10 games.

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Charles Clay
Dolphins TE Charles Clay doubtful for Denver game
Charles Clay, TE, MIA
11/21/2014
News: After being a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Dolphins tight end Charles Clay was unable to practice Thursday and Friday due to injuries to the knee and hamstring, and as a result he has been deemed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Broncos in Denver, per the Miami Herald.

If Clay is unable to play Week 12, the team will likely rely on Dion Sims as their primary tight end on Sunday.

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Delanie Walker
Titans injury report includes four players listed questionable
Delanie Walker, TE, TEN
11/21/2014
News: Titans tight end Delanie Walker is the only player on Tennessee's final injury report listed as probable for Week 12 against Houston. Walker is working his way back from a concussion he suffered Week 10 against the Ravens. He was medically cleared by an independent neurologist this week.

Meanwhile, Marqueston Huff (hamstring) was ruled as doubtful after missing practice all week. Justin Hunter (knee), Derrick Morgan (knee), Daimion Stafford (shoulder) and Blidi Wreh-Wilson were all deemed questionable.

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Andre Smith
Bengals final injury report includes seven probables for Week 12
Andre Smith, TE, CLE
11/21/2014
News: Bengals running back Giovani Bernard is the most notable player listed as probable on Cincinnati's final injury report for Week 12 against Houston. He joins Wallace Gilberry (back), Terence Newman (knee), Cedric Peerman (hip), Mike Pollak (knee), Andre Smith (ankle) and Kevin Zeitler (calf) on the list.

Meanwhile, Vontaze Burfict (knee) and Margus Hunt (ankle) were the only two players ruled out for the game.

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Jordan Cameron
Browns TE Jordan Cameron: I never considered retirement
Jordan Cameron, TE, CLE
11/21/2014
News: Browns tight end Jordan Cameron told reporters Friday that he never contemplated retirement in the wake of sustaining another concussion.

"If I felt my future was in question, I wouldn't comeback," he said via the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram.

Cameron returned to practice Friday, but will miss his fourth straight game when Cleveland plays at Atlanta on Sunday. He is hoping to return in Week 13 against Buffalo in what could be a critical game as both teams pursue a playoff berth.

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Dwayne Allen
Colts TE Dwayne Allen ruled out for Week 12
Dwayne Allen, TE, IND
11/21/2014
News: Colts coach Chuck Pagano told reporters that tight end Dwayne Allen will not play Week 12 against the Jaguars. The team officially ruled him out for the game, per the team's official website.

Allen suffered an ankle Week 11 against New England and was unable to practice all week leading up to Sunday. He has 26 catches for 374 yards and seven touchdowns on the season.

His next chance to return will come Week 13 against Washington.

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Jordan Reed
Redskins TE Jordan Reed ruled out for Week 12
Jordan Reed, TE, WAS
11/21/2014
News: Redskins tight end Jordan Reed was unable to practice Friday and was officially ruled out for Sunday's game against San Francisco, coach Jay Gruden told reporters via ESPN. Reed will now have missed five games this season due to a nagging hamstring injury. He has 24 catches for 229 yards this season.
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Tyler Eifert
Bengals expect TE Tyler Eifert to return this season
Tyler Eifert, TE, CIN
11/21/2014
News: Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told reporters tight end Tyler Eifert is still "progressing" and he expects him to return at some point this season, according to ESPN. Eifert has been sidelined since the first week of the season with an elbow injury. He is on short-term injured reserve list.
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Coby Fleener
Reggie Wayne on Coby Fleener: 'There's no going back from here'
Coby Fleener, TE, IND
11/21/2014
News: With Dwayne Allen unable to practice this week, Colts tight end Coby Fleener will likely be the primary option at tight in Week 12 against the Jaguars. Fleener caught all seven of his targets for a career-high 144 yards in a Week 11 defeat to the Patriots in Week 11. When asked about Fleener's production on his weekly radio show, teammate Reggie Wayne said "there's no going back from here," per the team's official website.

"We've seen this in Coby in spurts. But like I told him, 'There's no going back. There's no going backwards. From here on out, you just set the standard. You just set the table so now everybody is going to expect you to perform this way every week. Coby is to the point now where everything should be going and we believe it is. He showed that the other night."

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