Josh Gordon limited, Jonas Gray active, Arian Foster doubtful and more updates


 Josh Gordon is back in the NFL and according to ESPN’s Adam Shefter and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport he should be starting or quickly into the game. The Browns are expected to rotate Gordon in and out of the lineup but overall he should get between 20 and 30 snaps. Gordon should have ample chances to make plays in this one.

The Houston Chronicle’s John McClain finds it doubtful that Arian Foster plays in Sunday’s game against the Bengals. Foster missed a full week of practice and is looking to be spelled by Alfred Blue in this one.

Lamar Miller will play in Sunday’s game against the Broncos. Miller has been dealing with injuries to his shoulder and knee but given that he was able to practice on both Thursday and Friday it is looking as if he will be a sure go in this one.

Julius Thomas will be a game time decision for that same game. No one knows if he will be able to go but the best case scenario seems to be him being limited in this one. It is looking like Jacob Tamme could see considerable time.

The Vikings should have wide receiver Greg Jennings on the field for Week 12 against the Packers. Jennings missed practices on Wednesday and Thursday but was able to get on the field for Friday. We doubt he will miss a game against his former team but he is not expected to have a big statline regardless.

A week after putting up big numbers in a win over the Colts, Patriots running back Jonas Gray went into the doghouse after he missed Friday’s practice. The Patriots already picked up LaGrrette Blount who was released by the Steelers leaving the future of Gray with one big question mark. Blount’s presence coupled with the Lions strong run defense make Gray nothing more than a weak fantasy start. And to think he had 201 yards and four touchdowns last week.