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Week Six injury report roundup

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Over the course of the week, there are a lot of posts about the most prominent injured players but we know that you might not see all of them and that some others may fall through the cracks. 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.

Packers at Ravens

The Packers have already ruled out cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring), linebacker Brad Jones (hamstring), linebacker Clay Matthews (thumb), running back James Starks (knee) and guard Greg Van Roten (foot). Cornerback Jarrett Bush (hamstring) is questionable, as are 11 members of the Ravens. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (hip), wide receiver Jacoby Jones (knee), guard Kelechi Osemele (back) and wide receiver Marlon Brown (thigh) are some of the notable names on that list.

Bengals at Bills

Defensive end Michael Johnson (concussion) and cornerback Leon Hall (hamstring) are questionable, but both practiced in full for the Bengals on Friday. Linebacker Michael Boley (hamstring) and cornerback Brandon Ghee (thigh) are also questionable. The Bills will be making game-time decisions on wide receiver Stevie Johnson (back, personal) and cornerback Stephon Gilmore (wrist) and they know they won’t have quarterback E.J. Manuel (knee) and cornerback Ron Brooks (foot). Running back C.J. Spiller (ankle) is questionable, but is expected to play.

Lions at Browns

Lions running back Theo Riddick and tight end Tony Scheffler are both out with concussions and wide receiver Calvin Johnson (knee) is questionable after practicing in a limited fashion this week. Browns linebackers Quentin Groves (ankle) and LB Jabaal Sheard (knee) are both questionable.

Rams at Texans

Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan (thigh) is unlikely to renew old animosities with Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson after being listed as doubtful. Johnson is questionable himself with a shin injury. The Rams listed defensive end William Hayes (knee), tackle Rodger Saffold (knee) and running back Zac Stacy (chest) as questionable.

Raiders at Chiefs

Safety Tyvon Branch (ankle), tackle Menelik Watson (calf) and center Stefen Wisniewski (knee) won’t be in the lineup for the Raiders. Running back Rashad Jennings (hamstring), linebacker Kaluka Maiava (hamstring), running back Darren McFadden (hamstring), defensive tackle Stacy McGee (shoulder) and tackle Tony Pashos (groin) might play after being listed as questionable. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (knee) is out and tight end Anthony Fasano (knee, ankle) is doubtful. Linebacker Justin Houston (concussion) and running back Jamaal Charles (toes) are both probable.

Panthers at Vikings

Cornerback D.J. Moore (knee) is out again for the Panthers. Defensive tackle Dwan Edwards (hamstring), running back Kenjon Barner (foot) and safety Robert Lester (hamstring) are all doubtful. The Vikings will have to make a call on kicker Blair Walsh after he injured his hamstring in practice this week.

Steelers at Jets

The Steelers won’t have wide receiver Markus Wheaton (finger), but they will have quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (finger). Wide receiver Santonio Holmes and cornerback Dee Milliner are out for a second straight game with hamstring injuries and cornerback Antonio Cromartie (knee) is going to be a game-time decision.

Eagles at Buccaneers

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (hamstring) is questionable, but isn’t expected to play. Bucs cornerback Johnthan Banks and guard Carl Nicks are both questionable after they were found to have MRSA, while wide receiver Mike Williams is questionable because of a hamstring injury.

Jaguars at Broncos

The Jaguars will try to pull off the upset without wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion), quarterback Blaine Gabbert (hamstring), cornerback Dwayne Gratz (ankle), tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf) and defensive end Jeremy Mincey (concussion), but wide receiver Cecil Shorts (groin) is probable after missing time earlier this week. Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey (foot) is set to play, but defensive end Robert Ayers (shoulder) and linebacker Wesley Woodyard (neck) are both doubtful to play.

Titans at Seahawks

The Titans won’t have linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), running back Shonn Greene (knee) or quarterback Jake Locker (hip, knee) with them in Seattle. Linebacker Patrick Bailey (hamstring), defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill (ankle), defensive end Derrick Morgan (shoulder), cornerback Coty Sensabaugh (concussion), tackle David Stewart (ankle) and cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) are all questionable. The Seahawks remain without tackle Breno Giacomini (knee) and running back Spencer Ware (ankle). Linebacker Bobby Wagner (ankle) is doubtful and running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related) and tight end Zach Miller (hamstring) are both questionable.

Saints at Patriots

Safety Roman Harper (knee) and defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker (knee) won’t play for the Saints. Defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley (calf), linebacker Ramon Humber (calf), running back Mark Ingram (toe), safety Malcolm Jenkins (neck), cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee), wide receiver Lance Moore (hand) and tackle Zach Strief (ankle) are all questionable. The Patriots have ruled out defensive tackle Tommy Kelly (knee) and running back Leon Washington (ankle). Tight end Rob Gronkowski (back, forearm) is questionable once more, as are running back Stevan Ridley (knee), wide receiver Danny Amendola (groin) and center Ryan Wendell (concussion) are all questionable.

Cardinals at 49ers

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is bothered by another hamstring injury and is listed as questionable. Linebacker Kenny Demens (hamstring) is also questionable while safety Rashad Johnson (finger) is probable. The 49ers won’t have wide receiver Quinton Patton (foot) while linebacker Patrick Willis (groin) is questionable after missing the last two games. Defensive tackle Ray McDonald (biceps) and cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (foot) are also questionable for San Francisco. 

Redskins at Cowboys

The Redskins listed defensive tackle Chris Neild (calf) as doubtful with linebacker Brandon Jenkins (ankle) and TE Logan Paulsen (knee) questionable. Wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) should make his return for the Cowboys while linebacker Justin Durant (groin) is questionable. Running back Lance Dunbar (hamstring) and defensive end Edgar Jones (groin) won’t play for Dallas.

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7 Responses to “Week Six injury report roundup”
  1. wearethesteelers says: Oct 11, 2013 6:39 PM

    Go Steelers!

  2. thesmartest1 says: Oct 11, 2013 6:42 PM

    Classic…

    “The Jaguars will try to pull off the upset without wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion), quarterback Blaine Gabbert (hamstring)…etc”

  3. prmpft says: Oct 11, 2013 7:00 PM

    ingram has been questionable since day 1.

  4. heehungweilo says: Oct 11, 2013 7:05 PM

    The Raiders starting line up might quite possibly be the most banged up in the NFL.

    Yet this band of “misfits, under-achievers, and journey men” according to most NFL “experts” have been truly competitive and have improved the overall team dynamic and production.

    The defense has made leaps and bounds in terms of pass and run stoppage. The offense led by Terrelle Pryor has improved dramatically, not only from his mobility standpoint, but also by his passing. He is getting better as the young season progresses. His passer rating proves that from a statistical stand point.

    Now the Silver and Black need to make a bold statement and whip that KC ass in narrowhead. That would definitely be the upset of the week and put the NFL on notice that this team is for real.

    RAIDER NATION !

  5. raidadon says: Oct 11, 2013 7:19 PM

    They sleepin on the Raiders! Dunt need the press. Just do werk! Send the mullets at Camarohead home cryin!

  6. vestheblessed1 says: Oct 11, 2013 7:57 PM

    wearethesteelers says: Oct 11, 2013 6:39 PM

    Go Steelers!

    ____________________________________

    Hey Owen is waiting for you….. O and 5 Lol….

  7. 1broncos247 says: Oct 12, 2013 12:55 AM

    raidadon says:
    Oct 11, 2013 7:19 PM
    They sleepin on the Raiders! Dunt need the press. Just do werk! Send the mullets at Camarohead home cryin!

    One of the dumbest comments I’ve read. But what do we expect from the all intelligent raider fans.

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