The last of the Week 17 injury updates are filtering in. Most notably, Antonio Gibson is expected to play for Washington, despite not practicing all week. But a report says that Josh Allen in particular should be avoided.

Here's the report on the Bills from Miami Herald reporter Adam Beasley. The Dolphins, of course, are playing the Bills today, needing a win to make it into the playoffs. If Beasley's sources are correct, Josh Allen might be active, but won't actually play in the game. Should be Matt Barkley running the offense.

Beasley doesn't specifically mention other key Bills in his report. But I would not want to use Stefon Diggs, Zach Moss or Devin Singletary either. Beasley could be wrong. Buffalo has the incentive on earning the No. 2 seed in the AFC, requiring either a win or a Steelers loss. But the Steelers are holding a lot of key starters on both sides of the ball out of their game against Cleveland. Maybe they spring the upset with Mason Rudolph at quarterback, but it seems unlikely.

Same game, the Dolphins will have DeVante Parker available, but not Jakeem Grant.

In other news...

  • Antonio Gibson (toe) is expected to start for Washington. He didn't practice all week, but sounds like he'll be playing in this must-win game. Terry McLaurin is also expected to suit up through his ankle injury. McLaurin looks a lot riskier to use (Gibson, after all, played through the toe injury a week ago).

  • Sounds like Chase Edmonds will play for Arizona, but Larry Fitzgerald won't. Christian Kirk is definitely out.

  • Same game, Cam Akers is going to try to play through a high-ankle sprain. I'd feel better about using healthy Malcolm Brown.

  • Gus Edwards (back) should play for the Ravens, in another must-win game.

  • Darwin Thompson is expected to be the main running back for Kansas City, even though LeVeon Bell (knee) might be active.

--Andy Richardson