Week 13 Injury News

 

Danny Amendola (knee) practiced on Thursday, but was limited. With New England running thin on receiving options, Amendola should be fed a heaping helping of targets on Sunday against Philadelphia. … Devonta Freeman (concussion) was a full participant in practice on Thursday and will be a top Week 13 fantasy option at the running back position. … Allen Hurns(concussion) is still not practicing and appears to be a long shot to play on Sunday. Marqise Lee is surprisingly healthy and would soak up some targets if Hurns does indeed sit. … Tyler Eifert (neck) missed practice on Thursday, and fantasy owners should not plan on having the services of this stud tight end in Week 13. Hopefully Andy Dalton’s red zone target is healthy for Week 14. … Ben Roethlisberger (concussion) practiced on Thursday and is ready to roll for a nice Week 13 matchup with Indianapolis after leaving Week 12 early with a concussion. … Karlos Williams (shoulder) did not practice on Thursday and was wearing a sling on his left arm. Williams will most likely miss Week 13 according to coach Rex Ryan, leaving LeSean McCoy with a large workload against Houston’s surging defense. … Carlos Hyde (foot) could potentially be placed on injured reserve, which would end his season and make Shaun Draughn’s fantasy stock rise for the final weeks of 2015. …Sam Bradford (shoulder) is practicing normally for the Eagles this week and will take back his starting job from Mark Sanchez on Sunday at New England. … Peyton Manning (foot) shed the cast on his injured foot and will begin rehabbing in hopes of playing again in 2015, which is no guarantee. …Marquess Wilson (foot) hurt his foot on Wednesday and missed Chicago’s Thursday practice session, leaving his Week 13 status in question. More news on Wilson’s status should surface on Friday. … Case Keenum(concussion) is still in the league’s concussion protocol, leaving Nick Foles to start this week against Arizona. … Ryan Mathews (concussion) won’t be seeing the field in Week 13 as he is still in the NFL’s concussion protocol.

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