Brandon McManus K DEN 14 Hrs
McManus was waived by the Broncos on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
McManus hasn't gotten nearly the number of opportunities that Matt Prater got last season, but he also hasn't been nearly as accurate, hitting only nine of 13 field goals on the season. The Broncos are expected to sign Connor Barth to replace McManus.
Calais Campbell DL ARI 14 Hrs
Campbell played 50 of the Cardinals' 58 defensive snaps during Sunday's defeat at Seattle, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
While Arizona's offense bumbled along in Week 12, the defense did everything in its power to keep Seattle out of the end zone, and Campbell was the driving force. On the day, he led a relentless pursuit of Russell Wilson, accruing six tackles (four solo), three sacks, and three quarterback hits. After the performance, Campbell has tallied five sacks in the past three games, which supports the notion that he's in tip-top shape following a two-game absence earlier this season due to an MCL sprain, according to the team's official site.
Reggie Bush RB DET 14 Hrs
Bush (ankle) plans to play in Thursday's game against the Bears, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Bush's ankle is apparently still sore, but he felt he was ready to play last week, so he expects to be good to go for Thursday with a couple more days to rest and recover. Expect the Lions to update Bush's status until a final call on his availability for Thursday's game is made.
John Carlson TE ARI 14 Hrs
Carlson played 43 of the Cardinals' 54 offensive snaps during Sunday's loss in Seattle, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
The Cardinals' passing attack was without a stalwart member, Larry Fitzgerald (knee), but Carlson was unable to fill the void, recording three receptions (on four targets) for 25 yards. The preceding line deviated little from his average game this season -- 2.4 catches (on 4.2 targets) for 25.4 yards -- which explains his fantasy irrelevance.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE TB 14 Hrs
Seferian-Jenkins (back) did not practice Tuesday, Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reports.
Seferian-Jenkins said earlier Tuesday that his back was feeling "a lot better," but it appears he is still dealing with some soreness. His participation, or lack thereof, in practice over the next three days will likely determine his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Lavonte David LB TB 14 Hrs
David (hamstring) did not practice Tuesday, Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reports.
David is still being slowed by the hamstring injury that prevented him from playing last week, but he will have a few more days to recover until the Buccaneers' next game Sunday.
Ladarius Green TE SD 14 Hrs
Green had two catches on three targets for 34 yards in Sunday's victory over the Rams.
It was the first time Green had a multi-catch game since Week 6 at Oakland when he hauled in four receptions. Since then, Green has only four receptions over the last five games.
Stepfan Taylor RB ARI 15 Hrs
Taylor played 15 of the Cardinals' 54 offensive snaps during Sunday's loss at Seattle, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Taylor used his slight workload to gain 14 yards on five carries, all of which came on first or second down and far from the end zone. Granted, a fruitful performance wasn't expected in one of the most hostile environments in the league, but his standing behind Andre Ellington (hip/foot) doesn't provide much confidence in Taylor's ability to produce.
Antonio Gates TE SD 15 Hrs
Gates had two catches on his only two targets for 14 yards without a score in Sunday's win against the Rams.
Gates was held in check by a Rams team that very nearly pulled off another upset. Keenan Allen did most of the damage for San Diego in this game, catching six passes on nine targets, but Gates is healthy and remains a solid option as the season goes on.
Malcom Floyd WR SD 15 Hrs
Floyd had four receptions on five targets for 30 yards and did not score a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Rams.
Floyd's solid yards per catch average took a bit of a hit in this game as Philip Rivers didn't make as many deep throws as he typically does. Floyd will look to get it going again next week at Baltimore against a suspect secondary.