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Week Two Friday injury report roundup

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We cover all of the biggest injury stories throughout the day on Friday, but feel free to use this as a one-stop shop to catch up on those posts and any other names worth mentioning that we’ll throw in here every Friday.

Jets at Steelers

We’ve already hit the biggest names from this game. Cornerback Darrelle Revis, tight end Dustin Keller and linebacker Bryan Thomas are all out for the Jets while the Steelers will likely be without linebacker James Harrison and safety Troy Polamalu. The Steelers also listed running back Rashard Mendenhall as doubtful, although he was again listed as a full participant in practice.

Buccaneers at Giants

You can find all of the biggest names here, including Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara, Bucs running back LeGarrette Blount and Bucs right tackle Jeremy Trueblood. If Trueblood can’t play, DeMar Dotson will likely start in his place.

Redskins at Rams

Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon will be a game-time decision with a foot injury and coach Mike Shanahan said his chances of playing will come down to “pain tolerance.” For the Rams, left tackle Rodger Saffold is questionable after suffering what looked like a very serious neck injury against the Lions while defensive tackle Michael Brockers and guard Rokevious Watkins are both out.  (Garçon reportedly is not expected to play.)

Ravens at Eagles

Safety Ed Reed is probable for the Ravens after suffering a hamstring injury on Monday night. Wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are both questionable, although coach Andy Reid sounded confident one or both of them will play.

Saints at Panthers

Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson will miss the game with a concussion. Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith and running back Jonathan Stewart are both questionable, although word out of Carolina is that both of them should play.

Vikings at Colts

Running back Adrian Peterson is probable for the Vikings. Linebacker Dwight Freeney is out for the Colts and wider receiver Austin Collie is doubtful thanks to a concussion.

Texans at Jaguars

The Texans don’t have any significant injuries coming into the weekend. The Jaguars will be without running back Rashad Jennings and four other players. Left guard Eben Britton is questionable after missing practice all week.

Titans at Chargers

The Chargers will be without tackle Jared Gaither and cornerback Shareece Wright. Running back Ryan Mathews and tight end Antonio Gates are listed as questionable. Cornerback Quentin Jammer is probable despite a broken hand. Quarterback Jake Locker, wide receiver Kenny Britt and wide receiver Nate Washington are all questionable for the Titans, although Washington is the only one whose status is clouded in much doubt.

Cardinals at Patriots

Quarterback John Skelton won’t play because of a sprained ankle, though the Cardinals have listed him as doubtful. Cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Adrian Wilson are questionable, but expected to play. The Patriots listed seven, including tackle Sebastian Vollmer, as questionable.

Chiefs at Bills

Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers is listed as questionable after practicing for the second straight day. Safety Kendrick Lewis and defensive tackle Anthony Toribio are both out. Bills running back Fred Jackson is out and will remain so for the next several weeks.

Browns at Bengals

Browns tight end Benjamin Watson is questionable and a slew of Browns, including linebacker Scott Fujita and running back Trent Richardson, are probable. The Bengals will be without linebacker Thomas Howard for the rest of the season and they hope to get defensive end Carlos Dunlap, listed as questionable, back on the field after he’s missed more than a month with a sprained knee.

Cowboys at Seahawks

Nose tackle Jay Ratliff and center Phil Costa have both been ruled out of the game for the Cowboys while wide receiver Miles Austin and linebacker DeMarcus Ware lead a list of probables. The Seahawks ruled wide receiver Charly Martin out with a bruised lung and tackle Russell Okung and tight end Zach Miller are both listed as questionable.

Raiders at Dolphins

Wide receiver Denarius Moore is probable and will make his season debut for the Raiders barring a serious setback in the next day. Linebacker Rolando McClain and running back Taiwan Jones are questionable. Running back Daniel Thomas is out with a concussion, as expected, and defensive lineman Tony McDaniel will also miss the contest. Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong is doubtful with a hamstring injury.

Lions at 49ers

The Lions secondary remains awfully thin with cornerback Bill Bentley ruled out via concussion and cornerback Chris Houston and safety Louis Delmas, who missed the opener, listed as doubtful for Sunday night. Whatever was wrong with wide receiver Calvin Johnson’s foot earlier this week has cleared up. Megatron is probable. The 49ers listed running back Brandon Jacobs and wide receiver Ted Ginn, both of whom missed the season opener, as questionable, although word out of San Francisco is that both will miss a second straight game.

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4 Responses to “Week Two Friday injury report roundup”
  1. natelan69 says: Sep 14, 2012 6:14 PM

    Shareece Wright is a worthless traitor. Hope he gets injured for life.

  2. canjura says: Sep 14, 2012 6:53 PM

    The fact that Saffold MIGHT play this week after the way he lay on the ground last week is amazing. I seriously thought he might be out for the year, again.

  3. raidereric says: Sep 14, 2012 6:53 PM

    Glad to see D. Moore active for us this week, the Raiders receiving corps was awful against San Diego. Just need to find a long snapper who can actually snap and decent RB depth.

  4. discosucs2005 says: Sep 14, 2012 7:50 PM

    It’d be great to get Ted Ginn back but Kyle Williams at least look comfortable returning punts last week.

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