Are you going to have your stars ready for your week 14 playoff matchup? There’s still lots that’s unknown but Wednesday practices are in the books and some important injury news came out. Here’s the quick version of where fantasy players are for the coming week.
These guys aren’t the only ones “injured” as our site’s been on and off-line throughout the day. The situation should be resolved soon and I apologize for any inconvenience. Tomorrow, we’ll post our day 3 winter meetings break down and the first part of our mega-preview of week 14. Now, on to those who may not be able to join us for the coming week..
Michael Vick-QB-Eagles: Full Participant and should be good to go for Sunday.
Andre Johnson-WR-Texans: didn’t practice and probably won’t play (not sure thing yet).
Adrian Peterson-RB-Vikings: All-day didn’t practice today but says his ankle’s 70% and should be able to test it on Friday. Check back later for more updates.
Willis McGahee-RB-Broncos: missed practice but expects to play.
Beanie Wells-RB-Cardinals: banged up and missed practice but should play against a tough SF run D.
Wes Welker-WR-Patriots: Limited in practice, should be fine for Sunday.
Roddy White-WR-Falcons: Limited in practice but just getting some rest. Good to go for Sunday from all reports.
Cedric Benson-RB-Bengals: Limited in practice, but should start against the Texans 4th ranked run defense.
Jeremy Maclin-WR-Eagles: Still limited in practice, but it’s the first time he’s been on the field since the end of November. Barring setbacks he should return.
Mark Ingram-RB-Saints: Turf toe kept him out of practice, status unclear for Sunday.
Michael Turner-RB-Falcons: Just getting some rest. Good to go for Sunday against the Panthers bad rush D.
Ahmad Bradshaw-RB-Giants: Bradshaw didn’t practice, but said he didn’t reinjure his foot so it’s just a case of getting some rest.
Brandon Jacobs-RB-Giants: Didn’t practice due to a hamstring injury, but he should be good to go for Sunday since he played through it last week.
Miles Austin-WR-Cowboys: Returned to limited practice and should be good to go for the Sunday Night Football showdown against the G-men.
Laurent Robinson-WR-Cowboys: No practice today, but expects to play on Sunday
Nate Washington-WR-Titans: Washington was held out of practice and looks like a game-time decision.
Emmanuel Sanders-WR-Steelers: Officially out for Sunday.
Colt McCoy-QB-Browns: He’s probable, but you probably shouldn’t start him.
Peyton Hillis-RB-Browns: Listed as questionable, he’ll be a game-time decision but should be good to go. Check back tomorrow before the game to see for sure.
Kevin Kolb-QB-Cardinals: Not even on the injury report so he should be good to go.
Josh Freeman-QB-Bacs: still day-to-day just like last week.
Sam Bradford-QB-Rams: Bradford didn’t practice and neither did AJ Feeley. The first-team work was taken by Tom Branstater.
Kyle Orton-QB-Chiefs: Orton’s still limited and Palko’s still starting.
Greg Olson-TE-Panthers: Olsen missed practice, but should be good for Sunday.
Dallas Clark-TE-Colts: practiced in full and looks like he’ll play this week.
Braylon Edwards-WR-49ers: Edwards was limited in practice but is expected to play.
Jacoby Ford-WR-Raiders: No practice, status unclear.
Denarius Moore-WR-Raiders: Sat out practice and isn’t looking good to play on Sudnay
Darren McFadden-RB-Raiders: no participation in practice and probably still a few weeks away.
Chaz Schilens-WR-Raiders: Missed practice. Coach Hue Jackson says he’ll go, but who knows.