Bailey (head) is slowly making progress but is still in intensive care after being shot in the head Nov. 24, Joe Lyons of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
It looks like Bailey is at least out of the woods, although it took six hours of surgery and a medically induced coma. It's going to be a long recovery for Bailey, and his career is certainly in jeopardy after such a scary event.
Head coach Jeff Fisher reiterated Sunday that Keenum will start when he receives clearance from the concussion protocol, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Keenum fulfilled expectations with inactive status Sunday at Cincinnati, forcing the inimitable Nick Foles to carry the offense to the tune of 30-for-46 passing, 228 yards, and no touchdowns versus three interceptions. Still in the midst of the protocol for head injuries, Keenum's activity level in practice this week will forecast whether he's nearing a return.
Quinn (hip) in inactive Sunday against the Bengals, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.
Quinn has sat out two of the past three games, and was on the field for just 14 snaps Week 10 against the Bears. After missing practice all week, it's not overly surprising to see him sit, as the Rams may want to save him to help compete for a Wild Card spot during the season's final stretch. His absence is certain to adversely affect the St. Louis pass rush.
Zuerlein (groin) is inactive Sunday against the Bengals, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.
Zuerlein was a late addition to the injury report after suffering a groin injury during Friday's practice, and that ailment turned out to be enough to hold him out of action. According to the Rams' official site, the recently-signed Zach Hocker will get the starting nod at kicker Sunday afternoon.
Ihedigbo (quadriceps) is listed as active Sunday versus the Vikings, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Following last Sunday's DNP, Ihedigbo will reclaim his place as the Lions' starting strong safety, from which he accrued 36 tackles (28 solo), three forced fumbles, and one sack over the first five games.
Moore (ankle) didn't practice Monday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. "Ankle is feeling better," he said. "Every day has been feeling better. To go from where I came from after the game to today is extremely encouraging and I'm just trying to do whatever I can to get back as soon as I can."
Moore exited the Lions' Thanksgiving day tilt due to an ankle injury and has yet to step foot on the field. However, his comments indicate that the ankle is recovering quickly, giving him a chance to play Thursday against the Packers. If he's unable to suit up, T.J. Jones will serve as the No. 3 wide receiver.
Tate (ankle) practiced on a limited basis Monday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Tate's listing as a limited participant implies that his availability this week isn't up in the air, but owners should continue to monitor his activity level in advance of Thursday's game versus the Packers. While he's a secondary option to Calvin Johnson in the Lions' passing attack, Tate posted his season-long reception of 43 yards in Week 10 against Green Bay.
Johnson (ankle) did not take part in Tuesday's practice, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Johnson took a step back Tuesday after getting in a limited session Monday, but he was likely just being given the day off to rest, as the report notes he will likely be able to play Thursday despite the injury. The Lions will release an official update on Johnson's status following Tuesday's practice.