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Week Two injury report roundup

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Over the course of the week, there are a lot of posts about the most prominent of those players but we know that you might not see all of them. As a result, we’ll comb through all the injury reports every Friday afternoon so that there’s one stop for all the news from every team playing on Sunday.

Rams at Falcons

Rams defensive end Chris Long (hip) is questionable, but is expected to play. Cornerback Quinton Pointer (thigh) is out. Falcons wide receivers Julio Jones (hamstring) and Roddy White (ankle) are both questionable, but both of them are expected to be in the lineup. Cornerback Asante Samuel (thigh), linebacker Sean Weatherspoon (knee), tackle Sam Baker (knee) and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (knee) are also questionable.

Browns at Ravens

Guard Shawn Lauvao (ankle) is out for Cleveland while defensive end Ahtyba Rubin (calf) is doubtful. Safety T.J. Ward (shoulder) and wide receiver Travis Benjamin (thigh) are questionable. Linebacker Barkevious Mingo (lung) is probable and set to make his regular season debut. The Ravens listed defensive tackle Arthur Jones (illness) and running back Bernard Pierce (thigh) as questionable, while tackle Michael Oher (ankle) is probable after leaving the opener early.

Panthers at Bills

The Panthers will be without cornerback James Dockery (thumb) and running back Kenjon Barner (foot). The Bills won’t have cornerback Ron Brooks (foot), cornerback Stephon Gilmore (wrist), wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (hand), kicker Dustin Hopkins (groin) and offensive lineman Doug Legursky (knee). Safety Jairus Byrd (foot) is doubtful after missing the opener.

Vikings at Bears

The Vikings have no one in much doubt of playing on Sunday as they listed seven players as probable, including defensive tackle Kevin Williams (knee). The Bears had no one on their injury report last week, but both defensive end Julius Peppers (illness) and cornerback Charles Tillman (knee) are both listed as probable this time around.

Redskins at Packers

Kicker Kai Forbath (groin) is the only Redskins player listed as anything less than probable to play. The Redskins are auditioning other kickers and will make their decision on Saturday about Forbath. Packers guard Josh Sitton (back), cornerback Jarrett Bush (hamstring) and safety Morgan Burnett (hamstring) are all questionable while tight end Jermichael Finley (toe) is probable.

Titans at Texans

The Titans listed tackle David Stewart (calf), running back Shonn Greene (knee), wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) and linebacker Zaviar Gooden (ankle) as questionable for Sunday’s game. Safety Ed Reed (hip) is set to be a game-time decision once again for Houston, who listed 17 players as probable. Guard Wade Smith (knee) was the only one who didn’t practice fully on Friday.

Dolphins at Colts

Rookie cornerbacks Will Davis (toe) and Jamar Taylor (sports hernia surgery) have been ruled out for the second straight week. Cornerback Dimitri Patterson (groin) is questionable. Tight end Dwayne Allen (hip), inside linebacker Kavell Conner (ankle), inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman (quad), and outside linebacker Erik Walden (hamstring) are all questionable for Indy. Allen was the only member of that group who didn’t practice on Friday.

Cowboys at Chiefs

Defensive end Anthony Spencer (knee) returned to practice for the Cowboys this week and is questionable to play and unlikely to play a heavy role if he is in the lineup. Linebacker Ernie Sims (groin) is out and wide receiver Dez Bryant (foot) is probable. For the Chiefs, TE Travis Kelce (knee) and CB Dunta Robinson (personal absence) are questionable and six players, including running back Jamaal Charles (quad) are probable.

Chargers at Eagles

Rookie linebacker Manti Te’o remains out for the Chargers with a foot injury. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher (concussion) and tackle Dennis Kelly (back) are out for the Eagles.

Lions at Cardinals

The Lions got defensive tackle Nick Fairley (shoulder) back at practice for the first time this week. He’s listed as questionable, while tackle Jason Fox (groin) has been ruled out. Corey Hilliard will start at right tackle. An ankle injury will keep Cardinals tight end Rob Housler out again this week while wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is questionable after a week of limited practice.

Saints at Buccaneers

Defensive end Tyrunn Walker (knee), defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley (calf) and safety Isa Abdul-Quddus (ankle) have all been ruled out for the Saints. Seven players are questionable, including safety Roman Harper (knee), cornerbackPatrick Robinson (foot) and cornerback Jabari Greer (back). Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks (MRSA infection) is questionable after returning to practice this week. Tight end Tom Crabtree (ankle) and cornerback Michael Adams (knee) are both out.

Broncos at Giants

Cornerback Champ Bailey (foot) and tight end Joel Dreessen (knee) will miss a second straight game for Denver. Tackle David Diehl (finger) and tight end Adrian Robinson (foot) will do the same for the Giants. Cornerback Prince Amukamara (concussion) and safety Antrel Rolle (groin) are questionable, but both seem likely to play.

Jaguars at Raiders

We’ve known for several days that quarterback Blaine Gabbert (thumb) is out for the Jags. Cornerback Dwayne Gratz (ankle) is also out while cornerback Alan Ball (groin) is questionable. The same is true for wide receiver Mike Brown (back) and guard Will Rackley (knee) and tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf) is doubtful. The Raiders will be without tackle Menelik Watson (knee) and tight end David Ausberry (shoulder).

49ers at Seahawks

Running back LaMichael James (knee) is the only player on the 49ers’ injury report and he’s questionable to play. Defensive end Cliff Avril (hamstring) is expected to play for the Seahawks, but cornerback Brandon Browner (hamstring) is doubtful. Defensive tackle Jordan Hill (biceps) has been ruled out.

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11 Responses to “Week Two injury report roundup”
  1. iced107 says: Sep 13, 2013 6:07 PM

    If Sam Baker doesn’t play, Robert Quinn gets defensive player of the week again…

    hell on a bum knee vs a speed rusher, maybe it happens anyway

  2. wearethesteelers says: Sep 13, 2013 6:12 PM

    We laugh at the rest of the league.

  3. vestheblessed1 says: Sep 13, 2013 6:34 PM

    wearethesteelers says: Sep 13, 2013 6:12 PM

    We laugh at the rest of the league.

    No, i believe the rest of the league is still laughing at you….

  4. donth8thehorns says: Sep 13, 2013 6:38 PM

    Steelers 1-15 maybe if they get lucky….. And that win will probably be the Europe game against my Vikings. They are positioning themselves for teddy Bridgewater

  5. xlxvxlx says: Sep 13, 2013 6:47 PM

    Wearethesteelers, you and big bum are laughable lol

  6. donth8thehorns says: Sep 13, 2013 6:58 PM

    DONT FORGET TO ADD LESLIE FRAZIER TO THE LIST! ANY COACH THAT THINKS PONDER IS A STARTING QB HAS TO HAVE A HEAD INJURY!
    On the plus side, continuing to start CP7, we are pretty much assured one of the top 3 QBs to come out in the 2014 Draft!
    The Vikings are” ready for Teddy” , I am sure they will make another classic Vikings catastrophic blunder and use their pick for Taj Boyd, another flop waiting to happen, or better yet, another QB with a weak arm and happy feet, can you say Fales!

  7. beeroncos says: Sep 13, 2013 8:39 PM

    Haha Steelers fan. How much did you pay for the replica Lombardi Trophies festooning your fireplace mantle? Do they make you feel more a part of the team? :D So adorable!

  8. necr0philia says: Sep 13, 2013 9:02 PM

    Thanks to Matt Ryan and his “Brilliant” Agent Falcons are going to stink it up big time this year!! Pay the man all that $$ then get rid of a lot of talent to help protect Matt Ryan makes Zero Cents/Sense!

  9. Joemontanaflacco says: Sep 14, 2013 7:13 AM

    “We laugh at the rest of the league.”

    How admirable to laugh at other teams’ injuries. Steeler fans are unlike any other that’s for sure.

  10. thehuddleisondeathrow says: Sep 14, 2013 1:19 PM

    Schiano OUT Pat Shurmur for next Bucs Coach!

  11. yourmomsnewfriend says: Sep 14, 2013 6:31 PM

    wearethesteelers:

    Who’s “we”? How do you figure that? I seem to recall the Peelers getting 100% handled by the Titans (the Titans!!!) last Sunday.

    I believe most of the league is laughing at you.

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