Quarterbacks Kevin Kolb (ARI)–The Cardinals consider Kevin Kolb questionable for this week’s matchup with the Seahawks after he was limited practice on Thursday. Kolb continues to deal with a rib injury he sustained over a month ago and appears to be on the right track back to the starting lineup if the Cardinals are now considering him questionable rather than doubtful. Andrew Luck (IND)--The Colts will be with the services of Andrew Luck on Sunday after he was a full participant in practice this week. Luck has been dealing with a minor knee injury for the last few weeks, but it is not serious enough for fantasy owners to worry about it. Michael Vick (PHI)–After failing to practice all week, the Eagles will likely be without Michael Vick when they take on the Buccaneers this weekend. Vick suffered a concussion in the Eagles Week 10 loss to the Cowboys and has yet to pass all the tests needed to return to game action, so consider his doubtful at this point. Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)–The Steelers consider Ben Roethlisberger probable for Sunday’s game against the Chargers after sustaining a life-threatening shoulder and rib injury in Week 10. The team will be extra cautious with Roethlisberger and his recovery due to the severity of the injury, but he appears to be ready to return to action. Running Backs Beanie Wells (ARI)--Despite being a limited participant in practice on Thursday, the Cardinals consider Beanie Wells probable for SUnday's game against the Seahawks. Wells is dealing with a knee injury that does not appear to be serious, but if you plan on usuing him this week be sure to keep an eye on his situation. Michael Turner (ATL)--The Falcons expect to have the services of Michael Turner when they take on the Panthers Sunday, despite being a limited participant in practice this week. Turner is dealing with a minor elbow injury that does not appear to be anything owners need to worry about at this point. C.J. Spiller (BUF)–After fully participating in practice on Thursday, the Bills will likely listed C.J. Spiller as probable for this weekend’s game against the Rams. Spiller is still dealing with a shoulder injury he sustained in the early weeks of the season, but it does not appear to be anything to worry about if you are a fantasy owner. Jonathan Stewart (CAR)–The Panthers will likely be without the services of Jonathan Stewart on Sunday after he sustained a high ankle sprain in 12 against the Eagles.  This type of injury usually takes a few weeks to clear up, so don’t expect to see him in action any time soon. Trent Richardson (CLE)–The Browns will likely have their rookie running back on the field on Sunday after he was able to be a full participant in practice on Thursday. Richardson is dealing with chest, rib and finger injuries, but none appear to be serious enough to keep him out of the lineup when the Browns take on the Chiefs on Sunday. Felix Jones (DAL)–The Cowboys expect to have the services of Felix Jones on Sunday after being a full participant in practice on Thursday. Jones has been dealing with a knee injury but it does not appear to be anything owners need to worry about at this time. DeMarco Murray (DAL)–Despite being a limited participant in practice this week, the Cowboys consider DeMarco Murray probable from Sunday's game against the Bengals. Murray was able to suit up for the first time in over a month last week and looked good, so it appears his limitations in practice are just precautionary. James Starks (GB)--The Packers will be without the services of James Starks this weekend when they take on the Lions. Starks suffered a knee injury in last week's win over the Vikings and will likely be out past Week 14. Ben Tate (HOU)–After fully participating in practice on Thursday, the Texans consider Ben Tate probable for Monday's game against the Patriots. Tate suited up for the first time in over a month last week, but was not involved in the offense, but now in his second game he should see an increased workload. Donald Brown (IND)–After failing to practice this Week, the Colts will be without the services of Donald Brown on Sunday. He has been dealing with knee pain since undergoing surgery back in October, and it appears he has suffered a setback that may keep him out past Week 14. Maurice Jones-Drew (JAC)–As expected, Maurice Jones-Drew has yet to practice this week making him doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Jets. Jones-Drew is still dealing with a foot injury that has held him out for a month now, but reports indicate that he is getting closer to a return. Adrian Peterson (MIN)–The Vikings will be with the services of Adrian Peterson for Week 14 despite missing practice on Thursday. His reason for missing practice was not injury related, so owners need not worry about Peterson and his status for Sunday. Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG)–Despite the fact that he has yet to practice this week, the Giants are hopeful that Ahmad Bradshaw will be able to play on Sunday.  Bradshaw is dealing with a lingering foot injury, but it has yet to bother him enough for him to miss any time, so be sure to check his status later prior to game time. LeSean McCoy (PHI)–There is a good chance that the Eagles will be without the services of LeSean McCoy in Week 14 after he has yet to be cleared to resume football activities. McCoy suffered a concussion in Week 11 and unless something drastic changes with his injury, he won’t be on the field come Sunday. Frank Gore (SF)–After fully participating in practice on Thursday it appears Frank Gore will be ready to go for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. Gore is dealing with both a rib and wrist injury, but both injuries don’t appears to be serious at this point. Steven Jackson (STL)–After being a full participant in practice on Thursday, the Rams expect to have Steven Jackson in their backfield when they take on the Bills on Sunday. Jackson is dealing with a minor foot injury, but it doesn't appear to be anything to worry about at this point. Wide Receivers Stevie Johnson (BUF)--Despite being a limited participant in practice this week, the Bills expect to have the services of Stevie Johnson Sunday when they take on the Rams. Johnson is dealing with a hamstring injury he sustained last week, but it does not appear to be serious at this point. Brandon LaFell (CAR)--After failing to practice this week, Brandon LaFell will likely be listed at questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons. LaFell injured his toe in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs and it has yet to get better, so be sure to monitor his situation the next two days. Alshon Jeffery (CHI)–After injuring his knee in in Week 12 against the Niners, the Bears consider Alshon Jeffery questionable for Week 14. Jeffery missed last week’s game with the injury and will likely be a game time decision for Sunday's game, so be sure to check his status prior to kickoff. Miles Austin (DAL)–After being a full participant in practice on Thursday, the Cowboys consider Miles Austin to be probable for this week’s game against the Bengals. Austin suffered a hip injury in Week 12 against the Redskins and missed most of the game. Jordy Nelson (GB)–After failing to practice this week, the Packers will likely list Jordy Nelson as doubtful when the team releases it's official injury report. Nelson suffered a hamstring injury during last week's game and was unable to return to action, so this doesn't look good for this week and beyond. Cecil Shorts (JAC)–After not practicing on Thursday, Cecil Shorts will likely be considered questionable for Sunday’s game against the Jets. Shorts sustained a concussion in last week's loss to the Bills and will need to pass a few tests before suiting up on Sunday. Wes Welker (NE)–Despite being limited in practice this week, the Patriots consider Wes Welker probable for Monday's game against the Texans. Welker is dealing with a lingering ankle injury, but it does not appear to be serious. Hakeem Nicks (NYG)--After missing practice this week, there is a chance that the Giants will be without the services of Hakeem Nicks when they take on the Saints. Nicks is dealing with a knee injury and owners should check his statu up until kickoff Sunday afternoon. Antonio Brown (PIT)–The Steelers will likely consider Antonio Brown probable for this week’s game against the Chargers after he was able to be a full participant in practice on Thursday. Brown is still dealing with an ankle in jury he sustained four weeks ago and unless he suffers a setback, there is a good chance he plays in Week 14. Sidney Rice (SEA)--Despite suffering a head injury in Week 13, the Seahawks expect to have Sidney Rice on the field on Sunday. Rice passed all his concussion tests and returned to practice this week, so unless he suffers a setback, he will play in Week 14. Danny Amendola (STL)–The Rams consider Danny Amendola questionable for Sunday's game after being a limited participant in practice this week. Amendola is dealing with a lingering foot injury and will need to improve at practice if he wants to play this weekend. Tight Ends Greg Olsen (CAR)--The Panthers consider Greg Olsen questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons after he was a limited participant in practice on Thursday. Olsen is dealing with a back injury and those looking to use him this weekend should monitor this situation all the way up until kickoff Sunday. Jermaine Gresham (CIN)--After failing to practice this week, the Bengals will likely consider Jermaine Gresham questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Greshman is dealing with a hamstring injury and will need to practice on Thursday if he is going to play in Week 14. Owen Daniels (HOU)–The Texans are hopeful that they will have the services of Owen Daniels when they take on the Patriots in Week 14. Daniels is dealing with a back injury, but it does not appear to be anything serious, so he should be a go this week. Kyle Rudolph (MIN)--Despite being a limited participant in practice on Thursday, the Vikings expect to be with the services of Kyle Rudolph on Sunday. Rudolph is dealing with a shoulder injury, but it is not serious enough to keep him off the field when they take on the Bears in Week 14. Aaron Hernandez (NE)–Despite being a limited participant in practice on Thursday, Aaron Hernandez will likely be listed as probable for Monday's game against the Texans. Hernandez has been dealing with an ankle injury for most of the season so it is not a surprise he was limited. To make setting your Fantasy Football lineup easy, be sure to utilize RotoInfo.com’s new NFL Lineup Grids. Matthew Beck is a Fantasy Sports Columnist for Rotoinfo.com. If you have any questions or comments feel free to e-mail him at matthewbeck@rotoinfo.com.  Also follow him on Twitter @MatthewRBeck for up-to-date Q&A and fantasy information.  And, to make setting your Fantasy Football lineup easy, be sure to utilize RotoInfo.com’s new NFL Lineup Grids.



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