Week Nine 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. So, without further delay, the injury report roundup for Week Nine of the 2015 season.

Dolphins at Bills

Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (foot) is doubtful and expected to miss the game. Tight end Jordan Cameron (hamstring), linebacker Neville Hewitt (hamstring), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (knee) and running back Damien Williams (thumb, illness) are questionable. Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (ankle) is listed as questionable, but calls himself definite to play. Defensive tackle Kyle Williams (knee) and wide receiver Percy Harvin (knee) definitely won’t play and quarterback Tyrod Taylor (knee) will be back in the starting lineup.

Packers at Panthers

The Packers are in decent health as they head to Carolina. Wide receiver Ty Montgomery (ankle), cornerback Quinten Rollins (neck) and cornerback Sam Shields (shoulder) are questionable, but everyone else is probable or off the injury report entirely. The Panthers can say the same as the bulk of their injury report, including center Ryan Kalil (ankle) and LB Shaq Thompson (knee), is made up of probable players. Defensive tackle Dwan Edwards (ankle) and guard Andrew Norwell (hamstring) won’t play, however.

Rams at Vikings

The Rams have some issues at defensive end with Chris Long (knee) out and both William Hayes (thigh) and Robert Quinn (knee) questionable to play. Tackle Rob Havenstein (ankle), running back Tre Mason (ankle), safety T.J. McDonald (foot) and running back Chase Reynolds (thigh) are also questionable. The Vikings will play without defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee, ankle), linebacker Eric Kendricks (ribs) and defensive end Justin Trattou (foot) and they’ll hope linebacker Anthony Barr (back, questionable) can play.

Redskins at Patriots

Questionable is the word of the day for the Redskins. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland (hamstring), cornerback Chris Culliver (knee), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (toe), wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring), linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (hand), center Kory Lichtensteiger (neck) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (rib, abdomen, shoulder) all earned the designation on Friday. The Patriots ruled out tackle Marcus Cannon (toe), guard Tre’ Jackson (knee) and defensive end Jabaal Sheard (ankle). Center Ryan Wendell (knee) is doubtful and guard Shaq Mason (knee) is questionable along a banged up offensive line. Wide receiver Julian Edelman (knee) and running back Dion Lewis (abdomen) are both probable.

Titans at Saints

Quarterback Marcus Mariota (knee, probable) is all systems go for the Titans, who have ruled out cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (knee). If Jason McCourty (groin, questionable) also misses the game, they’ll be short on corners.  The Saints, on the other hand, will be short on linebackers. Dannell Ellerbe (hip), Ramon Humber (hamstring) and Hau’oli Kikaha (ankle) have all been ruled out. Quarterback Luke McCown (back) and cornerback Damian Swann (concussion) are also out for New Orleans.

Jaguars at Jets

Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) practiced this week, but is doubtful to play. Guard Zane Beadles (foot) and safety James Sample (shoulder) are both questionable. Center Nick Mangold (neck) is probable to return for the Jets, but safety Calvin Pryor (ankle) is out again this week. Guard Willie Colon (knee), wide receiver Brandon Marshall (ankle, toe) and cornerback Buster Skrine (shoulder, hand) are questionable and wide receiver Eric Decker (knee) is probable. Quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick (thumb) and Geno Smith (shoulder) are both probable, which means they’ll be in that order on the depth chart.

Raiders at Steelers

Linebacker Neiron Ball (knee) is out for the Raiders and cornerback T.J. Carrie (shoulder, hip) is questionable, but everyone else on the injury report is probable. The Steelers are in the same boat once you get past linebacker Terence Garvin (knee) and tight end Matt Spaeth (knee) being out for the game.

Falcons at 49ers

The Falcons will head to California without cornerback Robert Alford (groin), linebacker Justin Durant (calf), wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (hamstring) and safety William Moore (groin). Defensive end Vic Beasley (foot) is questionable after being added to the injury report Friday. The 49ers won’t have running backs Carlos Hyde (foot) or Mike Davis (hand) and wide receiver Anquan Boldin (hamstring, doubtful) is likely out as well for Blaine Gabbert’s debut as the team’s starter. Cornerback Kenneth Acker (chest, concussion), cornerback Tramaine Brock (shin), tight end Garrett Celek (concussion) and cornerback Keith Reaser (not injury related, ankle) are all questionable.

Giants at Buccaneers

Linebackers Jon Beason (ankle/knee) and J.T. Thomas (ankle) have been ruled out for the second straight Giants game and will join tight end Larry Donnell (neck), wide receiver Victor Cruz (calf) and cornerback Prince Amukamara (pectoral) on the sideline. Linebacker Uani ‘Unga (neck) is questionable, which may leave the Giants awfully thin at linebacker. Wide receiver Rueben Randle (hamstring) and cornerback Leon McFadden (groin). The Buccaneers ruled out wide receiver Vincent Jackson (knee), defensive end Jacquies Smith (ankle) and safety Major Wright (hamstring). Defensive end William Gholston (knee), defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (groin), tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (shoulder) and safety D.J. Swearinger (toe) are all questionable.

Broncos at Colts

Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman (thigh) is questionable, but was a full participant in two practices this week. Wide receiver Jordan Norwood (hamstring) and linebacker Shane Ray (knee) are out. Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (foot) missed practice all week, but got a questionable tag. Center Khaled Holmes (neck) and quarterback Andrew Luck (ankle) are probable.

Eagles at Cowboys

Linebacker Kiko Alonso (knee, probable) is expected to play for the first time since Week Two, but the Eagles will wait to make final calls on wide receiver Nelson Agholor (ankle), running back Ryan Mathews (groin), tackle Jason Peters (back) and linebacker DeMeco Ryans (hamstring) after listing them as questionable. The Cowboys are still missing Tony Romo, but their injury report is a brief one. Wide receiver Brice Butler (hamstring) and safety Barry Church (ankle) are questionable and wide receiver Dez Bryant (foot) is one of four probables.