Campbell was waived by the Browns off of injured reserve in November, but he has found a new home in Houston for the time being. The third-year pro played eight games with the Browns this season, compiling 16 tackles (13 solo).
Phillips was limited in practice due to a hamstring injury, even though he logged 61 snaps in Sunday's win over the Redskins. Look for more updates to come later in the week, with Tre Boston likely to see an uptick in reps should Phillips be ruled out.
Suggs played 67 of 89 defensive snaps, and he now has gotten to the quarterback in each of his last five contests, compiling 6.5 sacks in that span. He'll look to get after Browns QB DeShone Kizer in Week 14, as Kizer was sacked just twice against the Packers in his last matchup.
The veteran defensive end returned from his two-game absence and posted at least two tackles for the sixth straight game. Ayers is currently posting his lowest sack total (2.0) since his 2012 campaign in Denver, but his pair of stops against the Lions allowed him to eclipse the 29 tackles he'd amassed in his debut campaign with the Buccaneers in 2016.
Perryman logged 39 defensive snaps and recorded nine tackles in Sunday's win over the Redskins, but he appeared to also have suffered an abdominal injury in the contest. Look for more details to emerge as the week goes on, with Jatavis Brown likely to see increased reps should Perryman be sidelined.
Liuget was active for Sunday's win over the Redskins, logging 26 defensive snaps while recording two tackles and 0.5 sacks in the process. Look for more updates on his status to come closer to Saturday's game against the Chiefs.
A large factor in Jefferson's best outing since Week 1 is that he played 88 of 89 defensive snaps. Otherwise, he's been averaging just 4.5 tackles per game, leaving him on the low end of fantasy safeties.
Mosley had the opportunity to post this season high in tackles because he played a monstrous 89 defensive snaps. The fourth-year pro now has 115 tackles on the season, and since he consistently plays full snap counts, Mosley is a stellar IDP option.
The veteran defensive back was part of a secondary that allowed Matthew Stafford to rack up 381 passing yards, but he was able to grab his third interception of the season in the second quarter on a deep throw intended for Kenny Golladay. Grimes has logged all three picks in the last seven games, and one more interception over the final three games would give him at least four for five consecutive seasons.
After five straight games with double-digit stops, Alexander posted a season-high tackle tally. The third-year linebacker also equaled a season best by making two of those tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Despite having missed nearly five full games due to a hamstring injury earlier in the campaign, Alexander could still make his way to a second straight 100-tackle season if he's able to compile 35 over the Buccaneers' final three contests.