NFL Week 9 injury report roundup: Jamal Adams set to return

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Week Eight of the 2020 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Packers and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

The teams playing on Monday night won’t release their final injury reports until Saturday and are not listed here.

With that housekeeping out of the way, here are all the injury reports for Sunday.

Seahawks at Bills

The Seahawks are set to have S Jamal Adams (groin) back in the lineup after missing four games this week. He was a full participant in practice all week. They will not have S Ugo Amadi (hamstring), RB Chris Carson (foot), CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion, hamstring), RB Carlos Hyde (hamstring), G Mike Iupati (back), and DE Benson Mayowa (ankle).

The Bills ruled out RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), LB Matt Milano (pectoral), C Mitch Morse (concussion), CB Josh Norman (hamstring), and RB T.J. Yeldon (back). DT Vernon Butler (groin), T Cody Ford (knee), DE Darryl Johnson (knee), and TE Dawson Knox (calf) make up their contingent of questionable players.

Ravens at Colts

RB Mark Ingram (ankle) and WR Chris Moore (thigh) are considered doubtful for the Ravens. WR Devin Duvernay (thigh) and CB Jimmy Smith (back) are listed as questionable.

WR Ashton Dulin (knee) is out for the Colts and WR T.Y. Hilton (groin) is unlikely to play after being tagged as doubtful. TE Mo Alie-Cox (knee) and WR Marcus Johnson (knee) are questionable to play.

Texans at Jaguars

LB Kyle Emanuel (concussion) is the only Texans player on the injury report. He’s been ruled out.

LB Dakota Allen (ankle), QB Gardner Minshew (right thumb), and RB Devine Ozigbo (hamstring) are out for the Jaguars. LB Shaquille Quarterman (knee) is listed as questionable.

Bears at Titans

Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky (right shoulder) is out this week, but does not need surgery. DT John Jenkins (ankle), C Sam Mustipher (knee), and DT Roy Robertson-Harris (shoulder) are also out. TE Cole Kmet (groin) is their only player designated as questionable.

The Titans listed LB Jadeveon Clowney (knee) as questionable and plan to make a call close to kickoff. WR Adam Humphries (concussion) and P Brett Kern (wrist) have been ruled out while CB Tye Smith (shoulder) is questionable to play.

Panthers at Chiefs

He’s not on the injury report because he’s still on injured reserve, but RB Christian McCaffrey (ankle) is on track to play for the Panthers. T Russell Okung (calf) is doubtful while S Jeremy Chinn (knee), DE Marquis Haynes (shoulder), and DT Zach Kerr (toe) are listed as questionable.

The Chiefs may have WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring) back after listing him as questionable. DE Frank Clark (knee) is also questionable and T Mitchell Schwartz (back) is out again this week.

Giants at Washington Football Team

The Giants ruled out RB Devonta Freeman (ankle) and CB Ryan Lewis (hamstring). Lewis later went on injured reserve.

T Geron Christian (knee) and WR Dontrelle Inman (hamstring) are doubtful to be in the lineup for the Football Team.

Lions at Vikings

The Lions won’t have WR Jamal Agnew (ribs), WR Kenny Golladay (hip), or S Tracy Walker (foot) in Minnesota. G Joe Dahl (back), LB Christian Jones (knee), CB Darryl Roberts (hip, groin), and T Halapoulivaati Vaitai (foot) are questionable. QB Matthew Stafford is expected to be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list in time to play.

It’s an all-cornerback injury report for the Vikings. They ruled out Cameron Dantzler (concussion), Mark Fields (chest), and Holton Hill (foot) with Harrison Hand (hamstring) listed as questionable. Fields was later placed on injured reserve.

Broncos at Falcons

Broncos CB A.J. Bouye (concussion) is out for Sunday and WR Diontae Spencer (shoulder) is considered doubtful to play. CB Bryce Callahan (ankle), RB Phillip Lindsay (foot), S Trey Marshall (illness), WR Tim Patrick (hamstring), and TE Nick Vannett (foot) are all listed as questionable. They also won’t have DL Shelby Harris as he will not be cleared from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Falcons ruled out DE Dante Fowler (hamstring), DE Takkarist McKinley (groin, illness), and CB Jordan Miller (oblique). WR Calvin Ridley (foot) was the only player to net a questionable tag.

Raiders at Chargers

The Raiders will not have DT Maurice Hurst (ankle) or DE Arden Key (foot) this Sunday. S Jeff Heath (hip), RB Josh Jacobs (knee, illness), T Kolton Miller (ankle), and CB Trayvon Mullen (hamstring) are listed as questionable.

Chargers DE Joey Bosa (concussion) is set to miss the game after being listed as doubtful. RB Troymaine Pope (concussion) is in the same category while S Jahleel Addae (hamstring), CB Brandon Facyson (illness), CB Casey Hayward (not injury related), DE Isaac Rochell (neck), and G Trai Turner (groin) are listed as questionable.

Steelers at Cowboys

DE Tyson Alualu (knee) has been ruled out for the Steelers. CB Mike Hilton (shoulder) and G Stefen Wisniewski (pectoral) are listed as doubtful while TE Vance McDonald (illness) is listed as questionable.

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (hamstring) is listed as questionable after limited practice work this week. DE Aldon Smith (knee) and LB Joe Thomas (wrist) drew the same designation. P Chris Jones (abdomen) is out.

Dolphins at Cardinals

Dolphins RB Matt Breida (hamstring) is out and CB Jamal Perry (foot) is listed as questionable.

The Cardinals also ruled out a running back. Kenyan Drake (ankle) won’t play and neither will CB Dre Kirkpatrick (thigh). DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring) and LB Zeke Turner (toe) are considered questionable.

Saints at Buccaneers

Saints head coach Sean Payton said QB Drew Brees (right shoulder) and WR Michael Thomas (ankle, hamstring) would be gametime decisions, but only Thomas is on the injury report. He’s listed as questionable.

Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin (finger) is listed as questionable, but head coach Bruce Arians expects to have him in the lineup. G Ali Marpet (concussion) has been ruled out.

Jamal Adams, Chris Carson, Carlos Hyde inactive for Seahawks

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The Seahawks listed safety Jamal Adams and running back Chris Carson as questionable to play in Sunday’s game against the 49ers, but neither player will be in the lineup.

Adams will miss his fourth straight game with a groin injury while Carson is out after hurting his foot last weekend. The Seahawks will also be without running back Carlos Hyde, who has been scratched with a hamstring injury after being listed as doubtful on Friday.

Defensive end Benson Mayowa, left guard Mike Iupati, and defensive back Ugo Amadi are also out after being on the final injury report of the week. Cornerback Shaquill Griffin was ruled out with a concussion and a hamstring injury.

Quarterback CJ Beathard, wide receiver Deebo Samuel, wide receiver Richie James, linebacker Kwon Alexander, safety Jaquiski Tartt, and cornerback Ken Webster are inactive for the 49ers.

NFL Week 8 injury report roundup: Aaron Jones out again this week

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Week Eight of the 2020 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Falcons and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

The teams playing on Monday night won’t release their final injury reports until Saturday and are not listed here.

With that housekeeping out of the way, here are all the injury reports for Sunday.

Vikings at Packers

RB Dalvin Cook (groin) is listed as questionable, but head coach Mike Zimmer indicated he will play. Cornerbacks Holton Hill (foot) and CB Mike Hughes (neck) were ruled out with Hughes later going on injured reserve. WR Dan Chisena (hip) joins Cook in the questionable category.

Packers RB Aaron Jones (calf) is out for the second straight week. CB Kevin King (quadricep) has also been ruled out for the NFC North clash. T David Bakhtiari (chest), K Mason Crosby (left calf, back), RB Tyler Ervin (wrist), S Raven Greene (oblique), DT Tyler Lancaster (shoulder), QB John Lovett (knee), and S Darnell Savage (quadricep) are all listed as questionable.

Patriots at Bills

It’s a long injury report for the Patriots this week. They’re going to be without DT Carl Davis (concussion), WR Julian Edelman (knee), and WR N'Keal Harry (concussion) in Buffalo. LB Shilique Calhoun (knee), S Kyle Dugger (ankle), CB Stephon Gilmore (knee), DT Lawrence Guy (ankle), RB Damien Harris (ankle), T Justin Herron (ankle), CB J.C. Jackson (knee), TE Dalton Keene (knee), G Shaquille Mason (calf), DE John Simon (shoulder), and OL Joe Thuney (ankle) are all listed as questionable.

The Bills listed DE Jerry Hughes (foot) and S Micah Hyde (concussion) as questionable, but Hughes practiced twice this week while Hyde never got on the field. DT Vernon Butler (groin), DT Quinton Jefferson (knee), CB Cameron Lewis (wrist), LB Matt Milano (pectoral), and G Brian Winters (knee) are also questionable. G Cody Ford (knee) and CB Josh Norman (hamstring) are out.

Rams at Dolphins

The Rams listed TE Tyler Higbee (hand) as questionable.

CB Jamal Perry (foot) is out for the Dolphins and TE Adam Shaheen (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Tua Tagovailoa‘s first NFL start.

Steelers at Ravens

The Steelers ruled out S Jordan Dangerfield (quadricep), LB Ulysees Gilbert (back), and DE Chris Wormley (knee). CB Mike Hilton (shoulder) and FB Derek Watt (hamstring) are listed as questionable.

It looks like the Ravens will play without RB Mark Ingram (ankle) after listing him as doubtful. S Anthony Levine (abdomen) and CB Jimmy Smith (Achilles) drew questionable tags.

Titans at Bengals

Titans LB Jadeveon Clowney (knee) was at practice Friday and did not receive an injury designation. S Dane Cruikshank (groin) and CB Kristian Fulton (knee) will not play in Cincinnati. C Daniel Munyer (hand) and CB Tye Smith (shoulder) are listed as questionable.

The Bengals are down four offensive starters after ruling out T Bobby Hart (knee), C Trey Hopkins (concussion), RB Joe Mixon (foot), and T Jonah Williams (stinger). WR John Ross (illness) is considered doubtful and CB Darius Phillips (knee) is the team’s lone questionable listing.

Raiders at Browns

Raiders DE Arden Key (foot) is expected to miss Sunday’s game after being listed as doubtful. WR Bryan Edwards (foot, ankle) is listed as questionable.

Browns DE Myles Garrett (ankle) was back at practice Friday and did not get an injury designation. TE Austin Hooper (abdomen), LB Jacob Phillips (knee), and G Wyatt Teller (calf) have been ruled out.

Jets at Chiefs

The Jets are set to be short on wideouts with Breshad Perriman (concussion) ruled out and Jamison Crowder (groin) listed as doubtful. LB Blake Cashman (hamstring) and S Bradley McDougald (shoulder) are also out while K Sam Ficken (right groin) joins Crowder with a doubtful listing. G Josh Andrews (shoulder), RB Frank Gore (not injury related, hand), LB Jordan Jenkins (ribs, shoulder), and T Conor McDermott (illness) are listed as questionable.

T Mitchell Schwartz (back) and WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring) are out for the Chiefs.

Colts at Lions

The Colts are set to get LB Darius Leonard (groin) back after he missed two games. TE Mo Alie-Cox (knee) and C Ryan Kelly (knee) are listed as questionable.

Lions T Taylor Decker (shoulder), LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin (not injury related), CB Darryl Roberts (groin, hip), and CB Desmond Trufant (hamstring) drew questionable tags.

Chargers at Broncos

The Chargers will wait to make calls on T Bryan Bulaga (back), T Storm Norton (knee), and QB Tyrod Taylor (ribs) after listing them as questionable. G Trai Turner (groin) will not play on Sunday.

TE Andrew Beck (hamstring) and WR Diontae Spencer (shoulder) are out for the Broncos. LB Jeremiah Attaochu (quadricep), TE Jake Butt (hamstring), T Demar Dotson (not injury related), RB Phillip Lindsay (concussion), WR Tim Patrick (hamstring), and G Austin Schlottmann (not injury related) are listed as questionable. Per reports, Dotson and Schlottmann were identified as contacts of G Graham Glasgow after Glasgow tested positive for COVID-19. If their Friday test’s are negative, Dotson and Schlottmann should be back with the team.

Saints at Bears

Saints WR Michael Thomas (ankle, hamstring) will miss his sixth straight game. WR Marquez Callaway (ankle) and G Nick Easton (elbow) are also out.

Bears LB Khalil Mack (knee) is questionable after returning to practice Friday. WR Allen Robinson (concussion) is doubtful after missing practice all week and C Cody Whitehair (calf) has been ruled out. S Eddie Jackson (knee), S Sherrick McManis (hamstring), and WR Cordarrelle Patterson (quadricep) join Mack in the questionable group.

49ers at Seahawks

The 49ers will take on their NFC West foes without WR Deebo Samuel (hamstring) and RB Jeff Wilson (ankle). LB Kwon Alexander (ankle), WR Richie James (ankle), and S Jaquiski Tartt (groin) are also on track to sit out after drawing doubtful tags. DE Kentavius Street (illness) and S Jimmie Ward (quadricep) are listed as questionable.

Seahawks S Jamal Adams (groin) practiced Friday and is listed as questionable after missing the last three games. Three running backs are on the report. Carlos Hyde (hamstring) is doubtful while Chris Carson (foot) and Travis Homer (knee) are listed as questionable. CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion, hamstring) is out for Sunday, and S Ugo Amadi (hamstring) and G Mike Iupati (back) join Hyde in the doubtful group. DE Benson Mayowa (ankle) and CB Ryan Neal (hamstring) are considered questionable to play.

Cowboys at Eagles

The Cowboys haven’t ruled out QB Andy Dalton (concussion), but he isn’t expected to practice Saturday and is listed as doubtful.

T Jack Driscoll (ankle), CB Craig James (hamstring), WR Alshon Jeffery (calf), CB Cre'von LeBlanc (quadricep), and RB Miles Sanders (knee) have been ruled out for the Eagles this weekend.

Jamal Adams, Chris Carson questionable for Seahawks

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The Seahawks have released their injury designations for Sunday’s game against the 49ers and they’ve left the door open for Jamal Adams to return to action.

Adams did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday due to the groin injury that’s kept him out of the last three games, but he is listed as questionable by the team. The Seahawks have not finished their Friday practice yet, but the fact that he has a chance of playing suggests that he got some time on the field to close out the week.

Running back Chris Carson is also listed as questionable after missing practice the last two days. He injured his foot against the Cardinals last Sunday and is one of three backs on the injury report.

Travis Homer (knee) is also listed as questionable while Carlos Hyde (hamstring) is considered doubtful.

Cornerback Shaquill Griffin (concussion) is the only player ruled out. Guard Mike Iupati (back) and safety Ugo Amadi (hamstring) join Hyde in the doubtful group.

UPDATE 4:58 p.m. ET: Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed that Adams practiced and called it “a really good sign.”

Still no Jamal Adams at Seahawks practice

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With Week Eight approaching, the Seahawks have gotten fewer than three games from safety Jamal Adams. It’s looking like they may not have him on Sunday against the 49ers.

Adams still hasn’t practiced since suffering a groin strain in Week Three against the Cowboys. This week, Adams also is listed as having a non-COVID illness.

Also missing practice were tailbacks Chris Carson (foot), Carlos Hyde (hamstring), and Travis Homer (knee). That leaves rookie DeeJay Dallas as the only tailback in Seattle who practiced; however, he also appears on the injury report with an arm problem.

Other Seahawks missing practice were guard Mike Iupati (back), cornerback Shaquil Griffin (conccussion/hamstring), safety Ugo Amadi (hamstring), defensive end Benson Mayowa (ankle), and tackle Duane Brown (knee/rest).

The 5-1 Seahawks host the surging 49ers on Sunday afternoon.

Jamal Adams remains out of practice

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that he expected safety Jamal Adams to have a limited practice. Adams didn’t.

Adams missed practice with a groin injury as well as a non-COVID-19 illness.

It is unclear whether the illness is what kept Adams out Wednesday.

He has missed three games after straining his groin against the Cowboys in Week 3. Adams has 23 tackles, two sacks and a pass breakup.

The Seahawks also were without their top three running backs, with Chris Carson (foot), Carlos Hyde (hamstring) and Travis Homer (knee) all sitting out.

Cornerback Shaquill Griffin (concussion/hamstring), guard Mike Iupati (back), cornerback Quinton Dunbar (knee/rest), safety Ugo Amadi (hamstring), defensive end Benson Mayowa (ankle) and receiver Freddie Swain (hamstring) were out of practice, too.

Left tackle Duane Brown (knee) was limited as were receiver DK Metcalf (load management), receiver Tyler Lockett (load management) and defensive tackle Jarran Reed (load management).

DeAndre Hopkins, Jordan Phillips are active for Sunday Night Football

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DeAndre Hopkins was questionable with a lingering ankle injury but said he would play unless “I just have one leg or something.”

The Cardinals receiver has two legs, so he’s suited up for Sunday Night Football.

Defensive lineman Jordan Phillips (foot) also is playing despite not practicing all week.

The Cardinals’ inactives are quarterback Brett Hundley, receiver KeeSean Johnson, running back Eno Benjamin, offensive lineman Joshua Miles and tight end Jordan Thomas.

The Seahawks already had ruled out safety Jamal Adams, who will miss his third game with a groin strain, and they downgraded left guard Mike Iupati (back) to out on Saturday.

Seattle is expected to start Ryan Neal in Adams’ spot again, and Jordan Simmons will take over for Iupapti.

The Seahawks’ other inactives are tight end Luke Willson, offensive lineman Kyle Fuller, defensive tackle Anthony Rush and receiver Penny Hart.

Week 7 NFL injury report roundup

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Week Seven of the 2020 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Eagles and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

The teams playing on Monday night won’t release their final injury reports until Saturday and are not listed here.

With that housekeeping out of the way, here are all the injury reports for Sunday.

Packers at Texans

Packers RB Aaron Jones (calf) was added to the injury report Friday and listed as questionable. DE Montravius Adams (foot), C Corey Linsley (back), LB Preston Smith (shoulder), and TE Robert Tonyan (ankle) are also in that category. RB Tyler Ervin (wrist) and DT Tyler Lancaster (shoulder) won’t play and three others — T David Bakhtiari (chest), CB Kevin King (quadricep), and S Darnell Savage (quadricep) — are listed as doubtful.

TE Jordan Akins (ankle, concussion) and LB Peter Kalambayi (hamstring) are questionable to suit up for the Texans.

Bills at Jets

The Bills ruled out WR John Brown (knee), LB Tyrel Dodson (hamstring), T Cody Ford (knee), TE Dawson Knox (calf), and CB Josh Norman (hamstring). DB Cam Lewis (wrist), LB Matt Milano (pectoral), and CB Tre'Davious White (back) are listed as questionable.

Jets QB Sam Darnold (right shoulder) is expected to start, but got a questionable designation. K Sam Ficken (right groin) and G Alex Lewis (shoulder) are doubtful to play. T Mekhi Becton (shoulder), WR Jamison Crowder (groin), T Chuma Edoga (calf), and T George Fant (knee) join Darnold in the questionable group.

Browns at Bengals

Browns TE Austin Hooper (illness), LB Jacob Phillips (knee), and G Wyatt Teller (calf) will be out on Sunday. S Karl Joseph (hamstring) and DT Sheldon Richardson (Achilles) are listed as questionable.

CB William Jackson (concussion) and RB Joe Mixon (foot) won’t play for the Bengals. WR John Ross (illness) and S Shawn Williams (hamstring) are designated as questionable.

Cowboys at Washington Football Team

The Cowboys offensive line will be missing T Brandon Knight (knee) and G Zack Martin (concussion).

Washington ruled out T Saahdiq Charles (knee), WR Antonio Gandy-Golden (hamstring), DE James Smith-Williams (concussion), and WR Isaiah Wright (shoulder). T Geron Christian (knee) is listed as questionable.

Lions at Falcons

CB Desmond Trufant (hamstring) is out for the Lions, but the other 52 players on the active roster are set to play.

The Falcons also have a one-man injury report. DE Takkarist McKinley (groin) is deemed questionable to face Detroit.

Panthers at Saints

CB Eli Apple (hamstring), CB Donte Jackson (toe), G John Miller (ankle), and WR Curtis Samuel (knee) are listed as questionable for the Panthers.

The Saints ruled out WR Michael Thomas (ankle, hamstring) and they also placed WR Emmanuel Sanders on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, so they’ll be down two top wideouts. G Nick Easton (concussion) is also out while S J.T. Gray (hamstring) is the lone questionable player.

Steelers at Titans 

The Steelers ruled CB Mike Hilton (shoulder) and FB Derek Watt (hamstring) out for the meeting of unbeaten teams.

The Titans did not issue any injury designations.

Buccaneers at Raiders

S Andrew Adams (hamstring) is questionable for the Buccaneers.

WR Bryan Edwards (foot, ankle) and CB Keisean Nixon (groin) are out for the Raiders. DT Maliek Collins (shoulder) and DE Carl Nassib (toe) are considered questionable.

49ers at Patriots 

The 49ers ruled out LB Kwon Alexander (ankle), RB Raheem Mostert (ankle), S Jaquiski Tartt (groin), and S Jimmie Ward (quadricep). Mostert is likely to land on injured reserve before the game. T Trent Williams (ankle), and RB Jeff Wilson (calf) are considered questionable.

DT Carl Davis (concussion) is out for the Patriots. DT Adam Butler (elbow), S Kyle Dugger (ankle), WR Julian Edelman (knee), G Shaquille Mason (calf), and DE Derek Rivers (back) are listed as questionable for the home team.

Chiefs at Broncos

The Chiefs will head to Denver without DE Taco Charlton (knee), DE Alex Okafor (hamstring), T Mitchell Schwartz (back), and WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring).

Broncos LB Jeremiah Attaochu (quadricep), and WR Diontae Spencer (shoulder) are out. TE Andrew Beck (hamstring), TE Jake Butt (hamstring), and G Dalton Risner (shoulder) are questionable.

Jaguars at Chargers 

Jaguars TE Tyler Eifert (neck), LB Myles Jack (ankle), and S Jarrod Wilson (hamstring) will miss this weekend’s game. G A.J. Cann (shoulder) is listed as questionable.

G Trai Turner (groin) is out for the Chargers and T Storm Norton (knee) is likely out after being tagged as doubtful. T Bryan Bulaga (back), WR K.J. Hill (hip), RB Justin Jackson (knee), and QB Tyrod Taylor (ribs) are listed as questionable.

Seahawks at Cardinals

The Seahawks are without S Jamal Adams (groin) for another week. G Mike Iupati (back) is their lone questionable player.

T Kelvin Beachum (ankle), LB Kylie Fitts (hamstring), LB Dennis Gardeck (foot), WR DeAndre Hopkins (ankle), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (foot), and DT Jordan Phillips (foot) are listed as questionable for Arizona.

Still no practice for Jamal Adams

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As the Seahawks move toward an NFC West showdown that has been moved to prime time, it’s looking like they won’t have the cornerstone of their defense.

Safety Jamal Adams didn’t practice on Thursday, with a groin injury he suffered 25 days ago. He also didn’t practice on Wednesday.

It was believed that Adams had a chance to return after the team’s bye. For now, it’s not looking good for Adams.

Also not practicing on Thursday was guard Mike Iupati, who was limited on Wednesday with a back injury before not practicing at all today. Tackle Duane Brown, limited on Wednesday with a knee injury, didn’t practice due to a combined knee injury and rest day.

Jamal Adams still not ready to practice for Seahawks

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The Seahawks had hoped that safety Jamal Adams would return to practice following the Week Six bye. He still could. However, he’s not ready yet.

Adams missed practice on Wednesday with a lingering groin injury. Adams first suffered the injury in a Week Three win over the Cowboys.

Also not practicing on Wednesday were guard Damien Lewis (ankle) and tackle Brandon Shell (illness). Limited for the Seahawks were linebacker Jordyn Brooks (knee), tight end Will Dissly (Achilles), tackle Duane Brown (knee), guard Mike Iupati (back), running back Carlos Hyde (shoulder), defensive end Benson Mayowa (knee), and defensive tackle Anthony Rush (knee).

Finally, cornerback Shaquill Griffin fully participated in practice despite a shoulder injury.

Cornerback Quinton Dunbar got a rest day, and receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett participated on a limited basis for load management purposes.

The 5-0 Seahawks visit the 4-2 Cardinals on Sunday.

Mike Iupati out for Seahawks; Holton Hill inactive for Vikings

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In addition to safety Jamal Adams, the Seattle Seahawks will be without starting left guard Mike Iupati for their game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.

Iupati had a back issue surface during the week in addition to a knee injury that he had already been listed on the injury report with. Despite returning to limited participation in practice on Friday, Iupati was scratched for the game.

Cornerback Quinton Dunbar is active for Seattle after missing the last two games with a knee injury. The Seahawks have used both Jordan Simmons and Jamarco Jones in rotations at the guard spots through the first four weeks and one of them will start in place of Iupati.

Adams was ruled out early during the week due to a groin strain but is expected to be back following the team’s bye next week.

For the Vikings, cornerbacks Holton Hill (foot) and Kris Boyd (hamstring) are both inactive after being listed as questionable to play on Friday.

Wide receiver K.J. Osborn was ruled out due to a hamstring injury at the end of the week.

Also out with injuries for Seattle are first-round linebacker Jordyn Brooks (knee), safety Lano Hill (back) and running back Carlos Hyde (shoulder). All three had been listed as questionable to play. Only backup lineman Kyle Fuller is a healthy scratch.

Defensive tackle Hercules Mata'afa and tackle Olisaemeka Udoh are the two additional inactives for the Vikings.

Week Five injury report roundup

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Week Five of the 2020 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Bears and it continues with 11 more games on Sunday, which means that the 22 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

The teams playing on Monday night won’t release their final injury reports until Saturday and are not listed here. The same is true of the Bills and Titans, who will be playing on Tuesday night if all goes as planned.

With that housekeeping out of the way, here are all the injury reports for Sunday.

Cardinals at Jets

Cardinals LB Devon Kennard (calf) is out for Sunday. S Chris Banjo (hamstring), TE Darrell Daniels (thigh), and DE Jordan Phillips (illness) are listed as questionable.

The Jets ruled QB Sam Darnold (right shoulder) out early in the week and they didn’t practice Friday after a presumptive positive COVID-19 test for one of their players. T Mekhi Becton (shoulder) and WR Breshad Perriman (ankle) are listed as doubtful. CB Bless Austin (calf), S Ashtyn Davis (groin), DL John Franklin-Myers (foot), WR Chris Hogan (ribs, knee), and LB Jordan Jenkins (shoulder, calf) drew questionable designations.

Bengals at Ravens

The Bengals don’t expect to have WR John Ross (illness) or CB Mackensie Alexander (hamstring) after listing them as doubtful. RB Joe Mixon (shin) is listed as questionable.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee, illness) is listed as questionable after returning to practice Friday. G Tyre Phillips (shoulder) is considerd doubtful while 11 other players join Jackson in the questionable category. They are TE Mark Andrews (thigh), DB Anthony Levine (abdomen), WR Chris Moore (thigh, finger), CB Marcus Peters (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (knee), TE Nick Boyle (thigh), WR Marquise Brown (knee), DT Justin Madubuike (knee), DE Derek Wolfe (elbow), T Ronnie Stanley (shoulder/hip), and DT Broderick Washington (illness).

Eagles at Steelers

The Eagles will not have WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring), WR Alshon Jeffery (illness, foot), or CB Avonte Maddox (ankle) in the lineup on Sunday.

LB Marcus Allen (foot) and FB Derek Watt (hamstring) are out for the Steelers.

Jaguars at Texans

The Jaguars could be without three defensive starters. DE Josh Allen (knee), LB Myles Jack (shoulder), and CB C.J. Henderson (ankle) have been listed as questionable. DT Daniel Ekuale (ankle) rounds out the group.

TE Jordan Akins (ankle, concussion), CB Keion Crossen (hamstring), RB Buddy Howell (hamstring), LB Peter Kalambayi (hamstring), and LB Benardrick McKinney (shoulder) are all listed as questionable to be in the Texans lineup.

Raiders at Chiefs

WR Henry Ruggs (knee, hamstring) and T Trent Brown (calf) could return to the Raiders lineup after being listed as questionable. WR Bryan Edwards (ankle, foot) has been ruled out. DT Maliek Collins (shoulder, illness) and WR Rico Gafford (hamstring) are also listed as questionable.

The Chiefs have just one player with an injury designation. DE Mike Danna (hamstring) is out this week.

Rams at Washington

Rams OL Bobby Evans (shoulder) has been ruled out. LB Micah Kiser (groin) and CB Troy Hill (ankle) were listed as questionable.

The Washington Football Team ruled out TE Marcus Baugh (non-injury related) and CB Greg Stroman (foot). LB Cole Holcomb (knee), C Chase Roullier (knee), G Wes Schweitzer (elbow), and DE Chase Young (groin) are listed as questionable.

Panthers at Falcons

CB Eli Apple (hamstring) was ruled out for the Panthers.

WR Julio Jones (hamstring) is listed as questionable for the Falcons. S Jaylinn Hawkins (concussion) will not play.

Dolphins at 49ers

The Dolphins won’t have DE Shaq Lawson (shoulder) or TE Durham Smythe (knee) this Sunday. WR Jakeem Grant (illness) is listed as questionable.

QB Jimmy Garoppolo is set to return for the 49ers, but DE Ziggy Ansah (biceps), CB Dontae Johnson (groin), CB Emmanuel Moseley (concussion), and CB K'Waun Williams (knee, hip) are out. RB Raheem Mostert (knee), WR Deebo Samuel (illness), and CB Ahkello Witherspoon (hamstring) are listed as questionable.

Colts at Browns

The Colts ruled out starters on both sides of the ball. T Anthony Castonzo (rib) and LB Darius Leonard (groin) won’t play this week and LB Anthony Walker (ankle) is listed as questionable.

LB Tae Davis (elbow), DT Larry Ogunjobi (abdomen), and CB Greedy Williams (shoulder) are out for the Browns. DE Adrian Clayborn (hip) and S Karl Joseph (hamstring) drew questionable tags.

Giants at Cowboys

S Adrian Colbert (neck), LB Kyler Fackrell (neck), and S Jabrill Peppers (ankle) will be gametime decisions for the Giants. LB Oshane Ximines (shoulder) was ruled out before being placed on injured reserve.

C Joe Looney (knee) and T Tyron Smith (neck) were ruled out by the Cowboys and Smith will have season-ending surgery soon.

Vikings at Seahawks

The Vikings ruled out WR K.J. Osborn (hamstring) for Sunday night’s game. CB Kris Boyd (hamstring) and CB Holton Hill (foot) were deemed questionable.

S Jamal Adams (groin) is out again for the Seahawks. LB Jordyn Brooks (knee), CB Quinton Dunbar (knee), S Delano Hill (back), RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder), and G Mike Iupati (knee, back) make up their group of questionable players.

25 names appear on Seahawks’ injury report

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Three weeks into the season, the Seahawks are banged up. How banged up? A whopping 25 players appear on their Week Four injury report, only three of whom got time off for rest.

The best news is that running back Chris Carson (pictured), who suffered a knee injury when having his knee twisted by Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill, participated in practice on a limited basis.

Not practicing on Wednesday were safety Jamal Adams (groin), tackle Duane Brown (knee), cornerback Quinton Dunbar (knee), defensive end Benson Mayowa (groin), defensive tackle Poona Ford (groin), and linebacker Jordyn Brooks (knee).

In addition to Carson, player practicing on a limited basis were tight end Will Dissly (Achilles), cornerback Shaquill Griffin (shoulder), cornerback Neiko Thorpe (hip), safety Lano Hill (back), running back Carlos Hyde (shoulder), guard Damien Lewis (ankle), center Ethan Pocic (ankle, knee), and guard Mike Iupati.

Fully participating in practice despite injury were defensive tackle Jarran Reed (back), linebacker Cody Barton (quadriceps), tackle Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral), defensive end L.J. Collier (wrist), tackle Jamarco Jones (elbow), cornerback Tre Flowers (hand), and receiver David Moore (ankle).

Three players were listed as being limited in practice due to rest: Receiver DK Metcalf, receiver Tyler Lockett, and tight end Greg Olsen.

The 3-0 Seahawks face the 1-2 Dolphins in Miami on Sunday.

Tyler Lockett has three TDs as Seahawks lead 23-15 after crazy first half

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The Cowboys never seem to play a “normal” game. This one certainly won’t qualify as normal.

The Cowboys have missed an extra point, had an extra point blocked and muffed a kickoff that led to a safety. The Dallas secondary also has four penalties. The Seahawks had a touchdown that turned into a touchback and a bizarre final few seconds.

As it stands, after a half of play, the Seahawks lead 23-15. It’s the first 23-15 halftime score in NFL history.

Tyler Lockett caught touchdown passes of 43 yards, 1 yard and 1 yard, and Bryan Mone was credited with tackling Ezekiel Elliott in the end zone. (It’s questionable whether the Cowboys running back was actually touched while still in the end zone, but replay was not definitive to reverse the on-field call of a safety.)

DK Metcalf pulled a Leon Lett, putting the ball in his right hand and slowing for what he thought was a sure touchdown. Cowboys rookie cornerback Trevon Diggs made like Don Beebe and knocked the ball out of the back of the end zone before Metcalf crossed the goal line, making it a touchback rather than a 63-yard touchdown.

The Cowboys have had their own self-inflicted wounds.

Greg Zuerlein missed an extra point off the right upright and had another blocked by Tre Flowers. Tony Pollard‘s muffed kickoff, which he recovered at his own 1-yard line, led to the safety.

The Cowboys could have gone into the locker room trailing by only one point, but Dak Prescott threw his first interception in his last 292 pass attempts. Jarran Reed pressured Prescott as he attempted to hit Amari Cooper, with Shaquill Griffin undercutting the route.

Four plays later, Russell Wilson threw a pass toward Greg Olsen. Olsen made the 16-yard catch to the 1-yard line, but there were flags on both teams. After the officials huddled, they finally decided Jaylon Smith‘s illegal contact forced Olsen to go out of bounds before he caught the pass.

So the illegal touching was negated, and the Seahawks declined the illegal contact.

Lockett’s career-best third touchdown came on the next play, with seven seconds to go in the half.

Wilson is 15-of-22 for 198 yards and three touchdowns despite being under intense pressure. Aldon Smith has two sacks.

Prescott’s touchdown pass to Cedrick Wilson was the 100th of the quarterback’s career. It came in Prescott’s 67th game. Only Tony Romo (53) and Danny White (62) reached 100 touchdowns quicker.

Elliott scored on a 1-yard touchdown run for the Cowboys’ other points.

The Seahawks are missing both of their offensive guards who started the game. Left guard Mike Iupati is questionable with a knee injury. Jamarco Jones has replaced him. Right guard Damien Lewis was carted off the sideline with an ankle injury. Jordan Simmons has replaced him.

Jarran Reed, Benson Mayowa miss practice for Seahawks

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After losing Bruce Irvin for the season to a torn ACL on Sunday night, the Seattle Seahawks had three members of their remaining defensive line held out of practice on Wednesday.

Defensive tackle Jarran Reed (back), and defensive ends Benson Mayowa (groin) and Rasheem Green (neck) were among five players that did not practice for Seattle. Left tackle Duane Brown (knee/foot) and linebacker Cody Barton (quadriceps) also did not practice.

Green is dealing with a stinger sustained in the season opener against the Atlanta Falcons and has not yet been cleared to return to action.

“We haven’t turned the corner yet,” head coach Pete Carroll said of Green. “We’ll have to see as this week goes on if he improves enough where he’ll be able to play this week. He’s not feeling that bad, but he still has a little something going on. We have to wait through it and see which day it turns. We won’t know till later in the week.”

Carroll didn’t speak about the significance of the injuries to the other four players prior to practice on Wednesday, but all four finished last Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots. Reed and Barton were both on the field for the final stop of Cam Newton. Brown was injured on the second offensive snap of the game when guard Mike Iupati fell on his right foot. He returned to the game after missing about a series of snaps.

Backup tackle Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral), tight end Will Dissly (Achilles), and cornerbacks Quinton Dunbar (knee) and Neiko Thorpe (hip) were limited.

Ogbuehi is expected to be available this week after missing the first two games of the season.