Delanie Walker (ankle) is officially listed as doubtful for Week 12.
The Titans were hoping to get Walker back following their bye week, but the veteran tight end isn’t quite ready to return to the lineup. Expect Walker to be ruled out on Sunday.
Mitchell Trubisky is off the Week 12 injury report.
Despite a hip pointer forcing him out late in last Sunday night’s loss to the Rams, Trubisky practiced fully all week and is ready to go against the Giants. There’s obviously downside considering how Chicago has played offensively this season, but Trubisky should be a pretty good QB2 option in a good matchup.
Auden Tate (concussion) is officially questionable for Week 12.
Tate was able to participate in today’s practice on a limited basis, and he has a shot to play on Sunday against the Steelers. Check back in at 11:30 AM ET on gameday for Tate’s official status.
A.J. Green (ankle) has officially been ruled out for Week 12.
Green remains week-to-week with his ankle injury, and he’s probably on the doubtful side of things for next week considering he’s been ruled on a Friday this week. Those that have held Green on their rosters all season might as well keep him with hopes for a 2019 debut.
Devonta Freeman (foot) is officially out for Week 12.
Freeman was expected to miss a couple of weeks with his foot injury, and now the hope is that he can get ready to go for Thanksgiving Night against the Saints. We’ll monitor Freeman’s status next week. None of Atlanta’s running backs are highly recommended fantasy options against a tough Bucs run defense this Sunday.
Rhett Ellison (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 12.
Ellison has not made enough progress through concussion protocol to avoid being ruled out ahead of the weekend, and now the Giants are without both he and Evan Engram (foot) this Sunday against the Giants. Hopefully Ellison is feeling better soon.
The Giants ruled out Evan Engram (foot) for Week 12.
Engram has not practiced this week, so this is not a surprise. The athletic tight end is currently on the low-end of his expected recovery timetable, and this will be his second consecutive missed game. Ideally, Engram will return for next week; but fantasy owners should have him by Week 14 for the start of most fantasy playoffs.
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