James Harden (foot) went through morning shoot around, but is a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Marcus Smart (foot) has no definitive timetable for a return.
It is too early to say that Marcus Smart is "injury-prone" but he is out for the near future for the Celtics. This will push Avery Bradley to the forefront of playing time alongside Isaiah Thomas for Boston. Smart was averaging 9.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game in close to 27 minutes per game for the Celtics. Monitor his reports, but with no timetable, it is unknown how long Smart will be out. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Eagles waived LB Emmanuel Acho.
In a move to get another wide receiver on the roster, the Eagles waived LB Emmanuel Acho to sign Jonathan Krause from the practice squad. This move was made possible by three linebackers returning to Philadelphia's rotation and the lack of production by the wide receiving corps. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Kobe Bryant did not practice on Wednesday.
Coming off of a career tying low shooting performance on Tuesday night, Kobe Bryant did not practice on Wednesday. Bryant is now 37 and is showing signs of wearing down as he returns from his myriad of injuries. On Tuesday, Bryant shot 1-for-14 from the field and 1-for-7 on three point shots. Over the last four games, Bryant is 2-for-21 from three point range and a day off may be best to get him on track going forward. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Matt Bryant (right quad) was limited in practice on Wednesday.
This has to be concerning news to Matt Bryant owners in fantasy. Bryant was limited in practice with a sore right quad. He missed his only field goal attempt in Week 11 from 46 yards out but did convert all three of his extra-point attempts. As a veteran kicker for Atlanta, Bryant is a steady contributor to the offense but this injury could make longer field goals like the one he missed on Sunday questionable in Week 12. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Antonio Gates (hip) was limited in practice on Wednesday.
Coming off of a disappointing performance in Week 11, Antonio Gates was limited in practice due to his hip on Wednesday. Gates has made headlines due to his sideline "tiff" with QB Philip Rivers but he makes a habit of not practicing full during the week then playing on Sunday. Gates could be in line for a bounce back game against the Jaguars in Week 12 as long as he is active to play. Analysis: Greg Jewett
DeMarcus Ware (back) did not practice on Wednesday.
Not only has DeMarcus Ware missed the last two games with "structural" damage to his back, but he did not practice on Wednesday. Ware was seen at practice with sweats on and did stretching with a trainer, but did not take part in any practice with the team. His status for this week is up in the air and he could be at risk to miss his fourth game this year and third in a row if he does not play against New England this week. Analysis: Greg Jewett
49ers claimed OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong.
After starting the season as a starter for the Raiders, the 49ers have claimed OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong. Armstrong only had one tackle in the last four games but will get a fresh start in San Francisco where they need help stopping the run. Analysis: Greg Jewett
49ers placed DT Glenn Dorsey (ACL) on Injured Reserve, ending his season.
Glenn Dorsey had to leave the game on Sunday and an MRI confirmed the doctors fear about his knee. Dorsey has a torn ACL and will miss the rest of the season due to the injury. His surgery will take place when the swelling subsides. Dorsey was replaced by Arik Armstead. San Francisco missed Dorsey's run stopping capabilities and fantasy owners should target the 49er's with their running backs going forward after seeing Thomas Rawls shred them for 209 yards in Week 11. Analysis: Greg Jewett