NFL Week 12 is set to be an exciting week with nine games featuring two teams with a .500 or higher record, the most such games in Week 12 or more in league history. Sunday’s main course appetizer will be the Thanksgiving games this year, because Detroit Lion and Dallas Cowboys continuing their long tradition of hosting a game on holiday.
As the league has three games on Thursday and a near-full series of games over the weekend, injury reports are starting to pile up as most teams have had their bye week with a few others that haven’t had a week yet. rest.
Fields were officially excluded, so Andy Dalton will start in quarterback for the Bears. Head coach Matt Nagy said Fields will start again when he is healthy. Robinson hadn’t practiced all week, and the brief week earned him the “suspicious” designation. Darnell Mooney was limited to a full week, but was not assigned an injury.
As for the Lions, Goff called himself a “game time decision” earlier this week, so his status won’t be determined until the inactivity report is released. Dan Campbell says Goff is on his way back, but Tim Boyle will start if Goff can’t go. Goff was limited to training all week. Hoa will miss her second game in a row.
Kwiatkoski will miss his third game in a row for the Raiders, whose minor injury report is coming up on Thanksgiving. Jalen Richard (rib) is a full participant, so he would be good to go to the showdown on Thursday. Defender John Simpson was confined to practice Wednesday.
Lamb is the only player on report of an injury to the Cowboys as he is still undergoing concussion treatment. Lamb trained on Wednesday because Dallas hopes he’ll be clean in a short week.
While Buffalo may be perfectly healthy, being in New Orleans is a different story. The Saints have officially ruled out running back to Alvin Kamara after the running star went back to not training for a whole week with a knee injury. The club also will not start the All-Pro dealing with right Ryan Ramczyk and defender Marcus Davenport. Meanwhile, Mark Ingram returned to training in limited numbers on Wednesday, giving him a chance to try and help the Saints’ backyard after losing Kamara again.
The Steelers are getting stronger as they prepare for Week 12. The Crossover TJ Watt (hip / knee) ,, safe Minkah Fitzpatrick (COVID List) and the end of defense Isaiahh Loudermilk (groin) all returned to training on Wednesday after going missing last week. Watt and Loudermilk both practice limited practice. Meanwhile, the angle Joe Haden (foot) with the guard attack Turner’s Boy (knee) and JC Hassenauer (chest) did not practice.
Cincinnati doesn’t have a wide receiver Auden Tate as he continues to deal with a thigh injury. Meanwhile, guard Hakeem Adeniji (ankle), angle Darius Phillips (hips) and defensive handling Tyler Shelvin (knees) are limited.
Michael Carter (ankle) was the only Jets player to miss the first training session of the week. Meanwhile, five players are limited, including Corey Davis (groin), defensive midfielder Shaq Lawson (wrist) and defender CJ Mosley (shoulder).
Defensive linebacker Lonnie Johnson Jr and in-charger Davion Davis were two Texans who were ruled out of training Wednesday due to injury while they were dealing with an illness. Meanwhile, defensive forward Jonathan Greenard (foot), full-back Kamu Grugier-Hill (knee) and full-back AJ Moore Jr. (backward) are limited.
In total, the Buccaneers have 11 players listed on their first injury report of the week after beating the Giants on Monday night. That said, the team did hold a walkout, so here’s an estimate of what their state would be like if they held a full-fledged session. Wide receiver Mike Evans (turns back), underwriter Devin White (quad), left guard Ali Marpet (belly) and wide receiver Antonio Brown (ankle) are four non-training Bucs. On a positive note, tackle the defense Vita Vea (knee) – who missed last week’s win over New York – has returned to training in limited numbers.
Indy saw paver Darius Leonard (ankle), receiver TY Hilton (toe) and angle TJ Carrie (knees) all trained with limited capacity at the start of the week. Meanwhile, guard Quenton Nelson was the only player to miss the match as he had to miss the game due to an ankle injury.
After losing to New England last week, Cordarelle Patterson was limited to Atlanta’s first practice of the week. It’s certainly a positive sign for his chances of a comeback against Jags on Sunday. Meanwhile, Safety Jaylinn Hawkins, who also missed Week 11, was fully engaged in practice. Defensive formation Jonathan Bullard (ankle) and full-back Kendall Sheffield (hamstring) were all missing in Wednesday’s trading.
Jacksonville has eight players listed on the initial injury report with three players absent from the session – recipients Tavon Austin (shoulder), angle Shaquill Griffin (concussion) and linebacker Myles Jack (knee). Run back James Robinson (heels, knees) are among those restricted.
Carolina had a minor injury report earlier in the week as they listed only three players in their opening report. Solve on the left Dennis Daley (glute) is a full participant, while defending John Miller (ankle) is limited and back defense Myles Hartsfield (wrist) was the only one who did not participate.
Corner players Byron Jones and Xavien Howard were both given the veteran rest on Wednesday, while full-back Elijah Campbell (toe, knee) and full-back Adam Shaheen (knee) were the two Dolphins not in training. training. Full-backs Elandon Roberts (hips), defensive saves Christian Wilkins (quad) and Jevon Holland (knees, ankles) safely were among those restricted.
Tennessee had a grocery-scale injury report during Thanksgiving on Wednesday. In total, 16 players were listed, and 10 of them did not participate in the opening session of the week. Key among them is the wide receiver AJ Brown who is dealing with a chest wound. Run back Jeremy McNichols (concussion) and Rashaan Evans (ankle) are the other two that make up the big list. Meanwhile, Run Again D’Onta Foreman (tricep) is limited.
New England also had a sizable injury report, but no players were absent from training. Defensive formation Christian Barmore (knee), handle attack Trent Brown, tight end Hunter Henry (neck), and run back Damien Harris (ancient) was among 11 Patriots listed as limited participants.
The Eagles ran the guide on Wednesday so their injury reports are estimates only. If they go at full speed, deal with the defense Fletcher Cox (rest), run again Jordan Howard (knee) and angle Darius Slay (concussion) all will be held.
New York is missing some players to start the week of training with the machine Kadarius Toney (quad) and Sterling Shepard (quad) with tight ending Kyle Rudolph (ankle) reported on the group of six Giants not training on Wednesday. Run back Saquon Barkley (ankle) is limited.
LA was without four players to start the week – Safety Alohi Gilman (quad), defensive back Trey Marshall (ankle, hip), corner Asante Samuel Jr. (concussion), and defensive back Mark Webb Jr. (knee). Guard Matt Feiler (ankle) is the only restricted player.
The Broncos were without safety Kareem Jackson on Wednesday and head coach Vic Fangio has revealed that his neck/shoulder injury could affect his game condition this week. Meanwhile, tennis player Bobby Massie (ankle), backrunner Mike Boone (hip) and defender Baron Browning (back) all returned to training in limited numbers. Fangio also noted that trailblazer Bradley Chubb looks good as he continues to sit in IR and is likely to return this week.
Los Angeles without three players started the week. Midfielder Leonard Floyd (concussion) and corner Donte Deayon (thigh) are missing due to injury, while veteran player Andrew Whitworth is given a day off.
Green Bay hosted an orientation, so this injury report is an estimate only. Have they gone through a full session, Aaron Rodgers (toes), David Bakhtiari (knee), Kevin King (hips, knees), and Malik Taylor (belly) all will be held. Davante Adams (ankle) and Aaron Jones (knee) will be restricted.
Everson Griffen was the only Vikings player not to practice Wednesday. His absence is unrelated to injury and comes after a incident at his home, where he is currently being cared for by mental health professionals. Meanwhile, full-back Anthony Barr (knee), corner Bashaud Breeland (groin) and keeper Wyatt Davis (ankle) are all restricted. Defensive player Dalvin Tomlinson is placed on the reserve/COVID-19 roster and will miss the game.
After missing Week 11 with a finger injury that required surgery, Elijah Mitchell (rib, finger) was restricted from running again for the 49ers on Wednesday along with Josh Norman’s corner (rib), and money Directed attack Laken Tomlinson (ankle). Rerun JaMycal Hasty (ankle) and defender Maurice Hurst (calf) are Niners players unable to train due to injury.
Cleveland held quarterback Baker Mayfield from Wednesday’s training session as he deals with left shoulder, foot and groin injuries. He was joined by guard Tony Fields (sickness), tackled the defense Malik Jackson (knee), receiver Jarvis Landry (knee), receiver Donovan Pe People’s-Jones (groin), and receiver Anthony Schwartz (concussion). Pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney (neck, wrist, knee) is restricted. Browns also indicated running again Kareem Hunt and solve Jack Conklin to return the IR.
Lamar Jackson fully trained to start the week after he missed the game against Chicago last week due to illness. Wide receiver Marquise Brown (thigh) has also returned to training, albeit on a limited basis. A total of 10 Ravens did not practice on Wednesday, including defensive handling Calais Campbell (concussion) and correct handling Patrick Mekari (fish’s eyes).
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