Updated: Tue, Nov 13th 2018 6:20:20 pm
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N. Mullens - QB
Coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed Mullens will remain the 49ers' starting quarterback following a Week 11 bye, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.
The 49ers are getting their midseason respite at the moment, but on the heels of two mostly steady performances from Mullens and the offense, Shanahan will stick with the undrafted quarterback during the team's next game Nov. 25 at Tampa Bay. Accounting from those outings reveals 70-percent passing (43 of 61), 256 yards per game and four touchdowns versus two interceptions from Mullens as San Francisco averaged 28.5 points per contest. At least for the foreseeable future, Mullens will fend off C.J. Beathard for reps under center.
Added 6:24 pm (EST)
B. Martinez - LB
Martinez (ankle) was a limited practice participant Tuesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
As long as Martinez is tending to a sprained left ankle, the Packers likely will cap his practice reps to ensure he's ready for his lofty gameday workload. In his first game playing with the injury this past Sunday versus the Dolphins, he took the field for all of the Packers' 68 defensive snaps and accrued a game-high nine tackles. Even if he isn't cleared after the release of Wednesday's injury report, Martinez doesn't appear to be in danger of sitting out Thursday at Seattle.
Added 5:56 pm (EST)
J. Graham - TE
Graham (knee) didn't practice Tuesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Instead, Graham was contained to a stationary bike in the part of Tuesday's session open to the media, per Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site. Unlike Randall Cobb (knee), Graham is taking the team flight to Seattle. However, the tight end's status will remain a question mark until the release of Wednesday's injury report and potentially until the team posts its inactive list about 90 minutes before Thursday's 8:20 PM ET kickoff.
Added 5:47 pm (EST)
A. Rodgers - QB
Rodgers (knee) practiced in full Tuesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
In the portion of Tuesday's session open to the media, Rodgers was in a helmet, per Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site, forecasting his eventual activity level. Rodgers now will turn his entire focus to Thursday's road game against a Seahawks defense that has given up 285.3 passing yards per game and six touchdowns to quarterbacks over the last three contests.
Added 5:39 pm (EST)
R. Cobb - WR
Cobb (hamstring) isn't slated to travel with the Packers to Seattle on Tuesday evening, but his status for Thursday's game against the Seahawks remains in question, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Per Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Cobb didn't take the field for the Packers' first Week 11 practice Tuesday. While most of his teammates are taking the team flight to the Pacific Northwest, Cobb will stay behind in Green Bay, likely to receive treatment on his lingering hamstring injury. The Packers will touch on his official availability for gameday upon the release of Wednesday's injury report, but it appears as if three-wide sets will include Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown on Thursday.
Added 5:30 pm (EST)
D. Perryman - LB
Perryman (knee/hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Four years, four different seasons in which Perryman failed to play a full 16-game season. Fluke injuries have certainly played their part in the past two seasons, including the latest season-ending ailment, an LCK injury which is expected to require surgery. That lack of durability could be potentially troublesome this offseason, as the Chargers will have to make a decision whether to re-sign their 2015 second-round pick or let the talented but oft-injured linebacker seek a different suitor come the summer. While that question will remain unanswered for a number of months, it's obvious as to who benefits the most from Perryman's unfortunate injury - Jatavis Brown, who registered a team-high 11 tackles in the win Sunday over the Raiders. The second-year linebacker had fallen out of favor with the Chargers coaching staff earlier this season, but injuries have depleted the depth to the point where Brown represents the only reliable option at middle linebacker. As a result, Brown should be a must-add in nearly all IDP formats, and the likes of Adrian Phillips and Hayes Pullard could also see a slight rise in counting stats as well based on a likely increase in snaps.
Added 5:06 pm (EST)
P. Cooper - WR
The Rams designated Cooper (ankle) to return from injured reserve Tuesday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.
Thus, Cooper's 21-day window to practice and prove the health of his ankle has opened. If he returns to the 53-man roster, his standing on gameday would be in question. In Cooper's place, Jojo Natson and Blake Countess have performed adeptly as punt and kick returners, respectively. As such, Cooper may have to wait for an opportunity to present itself, whether it's via injury or lack of performance.
Added 4:49 pm (EST)
R. Rodgers - TE
The Eagles cleared Rodgers (knee) to practice Tuesday, opening a 21-day window in which to activate the tight end from injured reserve, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Sidelined since injuring his right knee in preseason Week 2, Rodgers is entering the final stages in a quest to make his Eagles debut. With fellow TE Zach Ertz embedded as the team's clear-cut top pass catcher and rookie Dallas Goedert a more than competent blocker, Rodgers may find snaps difficult to come by once he's cleared to play. However, Rodgers could make an impact in the red zone after averaging 6.5 targets per season in the region during four years with the Packers.
Added 4:20 pm (EST)