Found December 15, 2012 on FF Locker Room:
As always, if the player is not mentioned here, I have no doubt he’ll be out there on Sunday/Monday. Here’s the skinny on the rest of the Week 15 question marks: Antonio Brown (P): He’s still not 100% back since returning from a high ankle sprain, but he’ll be out there and should be productive. Ray Lewis (O): He’s close, but team doctors want him to sit one more week at least. He’s officially out this week. Braylon Edwards (Q): He’s iffy for Monday night, and he’s coming off a release from the Seahawks and trying to re-familiarize himself with the Jets offense. Seems like too many risks on top of his hamstring strain, look elsewhere this week. Trent Richardson (P): He’s the quintessential definition of a nagging injury. He’s got minor issues with his ribs and finger and is reportedly dealing with some sort of illness. None of these are enough to keep him out this week. He’ll play. Dez Bryant (Q): He wil be a game-time decision after fracturing his finger last week. He hasn’t even
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