Gurley missing practice the day after logging a limited practice would usually be a cause for concern, but with Julio Jones and Hayden Hurst also receiving an off day after practicing on a limited basis on Wednesday, we can assume that this was a veteran rest day. Gurley has been receiving rest days weekly, so there is no reason for fantasy managers to panic just yet. He is expected to be active if he can log at least a limited practice tomorrow, and should be back to his usual workload after missing Week 12. This is a situation to monitor closely.
According to Ian Rapoport on Twitter, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has been conditionally reinstated to the NFL.
Josh Gordon will be eligible to join the team on December 9th, but will not be eligible to practice or play games until the Monday following Week 15's contest against Washington. Gordon is not quite the player he was before his various suspension derailed his promising career, but as he proved last season, he can still make an impact on the field for the Seahawks. If he earns a role in three wide sets for Week 16, he should be considered a boom or bust option at best. Gordon will likely be more relevant for Week 17 and playoff DFS contests than he will be for fantasy football championship week.
According to Ian Rapoport on Twitter, Detroit Lions rookie running back D'Andre Swift has been cleared from the league's concussion protocol.
There was some confusion earlier today when interim head coach Darrell Bevell stated that Swift was still in the league's protocol despite practicing for over a week, but it appears that he has now been officially cleared. It seems that Swift was in the latter stages of the protocol but was slow to get past the final hurdle to being cleared. Swift should be cleared to play Bears on Sunday. He is reportedly dealing with an illness but has been removed from the team's injury report.