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Player Practice & Playing Status Report - Divisional Week
Whitney Walters
January 15, 2010 @ 5:20pm ET
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This report will list the practice activity and playing status of key fantasy players for the upcoming games this weekend. Players listed as probable or not included on the Official NFL Injury Report released on Friday's will not be listed unless the situation warrants.

ARIZONA
WR Anquan Boldin - (Knee) Didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday but did on a limited basis Friday. Game-time decision.
PK Neil Rackers - (Groin) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.

BALTIMORE
WR Derrick Mason - (Hand) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.
TE Todd Heap - (Back) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.

DALLAS
RB Marion Barber - (Knee) Didn't practice Wednesday, limited Thursday, went full speed on Friday and expected to play.

INDIANAPOLIS
WR Reggie Wayne - (Knee) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.
WR Pierre Garcon - (Hand) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.
PK Adam Vinatieri - (Hip) Practiced fully all week but will not play. Matt Stover will kick for Indy.

MINNESOTA
TE Visanthe Shiencoe - (Quadriceps) Limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday but went full on Friday and expected to play.

NEW ORLEANS
RB Pierre Thomas - (Ribs) Practiced fully all week and expected to play.
WR Lance Moore - (Ankle) Limited in practice all week but expected to play.

NEW YORK JETS
QB Mark Sanchez - (Knee) Practiced fully all week and expected to start.
RB Thomas Jones - (Knee) Didn't practice Wednesday but did fully the rest of the week and expected to play.

SAN DIEGO
No injuries of fantasy note.

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