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  • 12/12, 8:25 am
    • Coach John Harbaugh confirmed that Jackson...

      Coach John Harbaugh confirmed that Jackson (ankle) would remain the team's starting quarterback Sunday against the Buccaneers, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Though longtime No. 1 signal-caller Joe Flacco (hip) is scheduled to return from a four-game absence this weekend, he'll dress as the backup for the first time in his career after Harbaugh stated that Jackson "gives the team the best chance to win right now," per Zrebiec. It's hard to quibble with Harbaugh's assessment, given that the Ravens sat at 4-5 under Flacco's stewardship while Jackson has helped guide the team to three wins in his four starts, with the lone loss coming in overtime on the road to the 11-2 Chiefs. Jackson tweaked his ankle during the contest and briefly exited the contest, but it's expected that he'll be a full practice participant by the end of the week to erase any concerns about his availability versus Tampa Bay.

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  • 12/12, 8:19 am
    • Coach Pat Shurmur said that Beckham...

      Coach Pat Shurmur said that Beckham (quadriceps) won't practice Wednesday but is "getting better" and on an upward trend heading into the Week 15 matchup with the Titans, Jordan Raanan of reports.

      Analysis: A late addition to the Giants' injury report last week due to a lingering quad contusion, Beckham was inactive for the first time all season in the team's 40-16 trouncing of the Redskins on Sunday. Though Shurmur relayed Beckham was feeling better Monday and echoed that sentiment again Wednesday, the star wideout was only cleared to go through a walk-through prior to practice, per Ryan Dunleavy of Beckham will probably need to log some on-field activity Thursday or Friday in order for fantasy managers to feel confident about his availability this weekend.

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  • 12/12, 7:55 am
    • Wentz is dealing with back soreness...

      Wentz is dealing with back soreness and tightness and won't participate in practice Wednesday, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.

      Analysis: Coach Doug Pederson characterized Wentz's absence as more of a rest day, but also was unwilling to fully commit to the quarterback suiting up Sunday against the Rams. The Eagles will likely take a day-to-day approach in evaluating Wentz this week before ultimately rendering a verdict on his status. Nick Foles will earn the first-team reps at Wednesday's practice and would draw the Week 15 starting nod if Wentz isn't able to give it a go.

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  • D.J. Chark WR-JAX
    12/12, 7:45 am
    • Chark (quadriceps) won't participate in Wednesday's...

      Chark (quadriceps) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.

      Analysis: Chark has missed three consecutive games with the quad issue and isn't starting off preparations for Week 15 on the right foot. Since he hasn't played in nearly a month, Chark may need to put in a full practice by Friday to have a realistic shot at suiting up Sunday against the Redskins.

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  • 12/12, 7:00 am
    • Roethlisberger (ribs) won't participate in Wednesday's...

      Roethlisberger (ribs) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

      Analysis: The Steelers have routinely given Roethlisberger the day off Wednesday this season mainly for maintenance purposes, but he could benefit from the rest more than usual after coach Mike Tomlin revealed the quarterback was dealing with multiple rib contusions in the aftermath of Sunday's 24-21 loss to the Raiders. Roethlisberger noted that the injury has presented some soreness that has made sleeping difficult the past couple of days, but it's nothing that will prevent him from suiting up Week 15 against the Patriots. Expect him to return to practice in some fashion Thursday and avoid an injury designation heading into the weekend.

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