Richardson (ankle) is probable for Sunday's game against the Raptors, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Richardson is nursing a minor ankle injury but should be able to suit up for Sunday's tilt. The Kings will be without the services of De'Aaron Fox (quad) and Zach Randolph (rest), but Richardson is still unlikely to see enough run to become worthy of fantasy consideration. The 21-year-old has played only six minutes during the month of December and remains buried on the depth chart.
Leddy has now gone five straight games without registering a point.
What's probably more concerning to the Islanders is that Leddy is also a minus-5 during this stretch. It's a long season and overall Leddy has been playing very well, even mentioned as a Norris Trophy candidate by some. Leddy still anchors the Isles top defensive pair and is their only defender who can skate the puck out of the defensive zone and lead a rush. He may be slumping at this point in time but it shouldn't be long before he snaps out of it.
Goodson (hamstring) is inactive Sunday against the Panthers.
Primarily a special teamer, Goodson's absence should not drastically affect the alignment of the Green Bay secondary, even with Davon House (shoulder) out for the contest as well.
Funchess (shoulder) is listed as active Sunday against the Packers.
As expected, Funchess will be out there versus a Green Bay defense without starting cornerback Davon House (shoulder). With an average of one TD per week over the last four games, Funchess is a good bet to produce against a unit that's allowed 167.5 receiving yards per game and nine touchdowns to wideouts across the last six outings.
Fox (quad) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raptors, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Fox is dealing with a bruised quad that he suffered late last week and was given a doubtful designation coming into Sunday, so this latest updates comes as no surprise. He'll get the night off for additional rest and recovery, with his next shot to take the court coming on Tuesday against the 76ers. With Fox sidelined, George Hill should see the bulk of the work at point guard, while guys like Bogdan Bogdanovic and Frank Mason pick up more minutes in the backcourt as well.