NFL Week 9 injuries: Jets’ James Robinson added to injury report, Ryan Tannehill a game-time decision

Week 9 in the NFL began Thursday night, and the Eagles remained perfect on the season, moving to 8-0 for the first time in franchise history with a win against the Texans in Houston. Now, we’ve got the rest of the Week 9 slate on the horizon and there are some interesting matchups to get into, including three divisional games and a matchup between the previous two Super Bowl champions.

Of course, with a new game week comes a new collection of injuries to keep track of. As teams wrap up the practice week, they’ve released their final injury reports and announced game statuses for Week 9. You’ll be able to find each of those reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest injuries below.

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Justin Herbert will have to operate without his first two wideouts on Sunday, as Allen and Williams are sidelined with hamstring and ankle injuries. Carter is also questionable to play after getting sick this week. Josh Palmer is definitely someone you should consider starting in fantasy and/or DFS. The Chargers won’t even have their kicker this Sunday, as Hopkins is out with a hamstring issue. Dicker the Kicker (Cameron Dicker) will handle those duties on Sunday.

The Falcons will be without their star running back Terrell for the second week in a row as he is still dealing with that hamstring injury. Wilkinson is out after not training all week and then Harris is questionable with an ankle problem. He was limited in practice on Friday.

Cracraft was the only Dolphin shut out on Friday. Jackson was activated from injured reserve this week and was a limited practice participant on Friday. However, he is listed as questionable for the game. All four players who were questionable in Armstead, Conner, Rowe and Phillips were at least limited participants on Friday. Rowe was a full participant, which bodes well for his availability, but Phillips was added to Friday’s roster for the first time with a quad injury. It was limited.

Chicago saw Carter appear on the injury report Friday and not participate in practice as he deals with an illness. Other than him, the entire clubhouse is healthy as Eddie Jackson and Teven Jenkins were among the players who practiced fully on Friday and do not have any tags. Right tackle Larry Borom (concussion) also practiced fully and is good to start Sunday. Chicago is also activating left guard Cody Whitehair (MCL) from injured reserve and he could be in line to start.

Hubbard was demoted to a non-participant in Friday’s practice and has since been ruled out for Sunday’s matchup with the Bengals. That means it will be another example for D’Ont Foreman, who rushed for 118 yards last week. Jackson and Barno are both listed as questionable but practiced Friday, which is encouraging for their status.

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Cincinnati will be thin at quarterback on Sunday after ruling out Hilton after he was unable to practice this week with a finger injury. The Bengals will also be without fellow running back Awuzie and listed Flowers as questionable.

  • Packers: LB De’Vondre Campbell (knee), CB Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle) OUT; OT David Bakhtiari (knee), OG Elgton Jenkins (knee/foot), WR Allen Lazard (shoulder), LB Preston Smith (shoulder/neck), WR Christian Watson (concussion) QUESTIONABLE
  • Lions: CB Chase Lucas (ankle), S Ifeatu Melifonwu (ankle), T Matt Nelson (calf), CB AJ Parker (hip) OUT; WR Josh Reynolds (back) DOUBTFUL; T Taylor Decker (groin), DE Charles Harris (groin), RB D’Andre Swift (ankle, shoulder), TE Brock Wright (concussion) QUESTIONABLE

The Packers will be without their leader at running back on Sunday, as Campbell suffered a knee injury in Sunday night’s loss to Buffalo and has not practiced all week. Aaron Rodgers has some great lineups, as both Bakhtiari and Jenkins are questionable. However, both players were limited participants in Friday’s practice. The wide receiver corps could again be denied, as Lazard and Watson are both questionable for the game. Lazard was limited all week, while Watson was limited Thursday and Friday.

Swift was able to practice on a limited basis on both Thursday and Friday. This comes after Swift was able to return to action last week against Miami after sitting out Week 3 with an injury. He played 55% of the snaps last week.

  • Colts: RB Jonathan Taylor (ankle), CB Tony Brown (hamstring), QB Matt Ryan (right shoulder), LB Grant Stuard (pectoral) OUT; T Dennis Kelly (calf, ankle), LB EJ Speed ​​(ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Patriots: C David Andrews (concussion), WR DeVante Parker (knee), OT Marcus Cannon (concussion) OUT; RB Damien Harris (illness), DT Christian Barmore (knee), S Kyle Dugger (ankle), RB Pierre Strong Jr. (hamstring), LB Josh Uche (hamstring), DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (ankle), CB Jack Jones (illness) QUESTIONABLE

Taylor was officially ruled out after not being able to practice all week with an ankle injury. That means Deon Jackson is in line to start and should see an even bigger workload after Indianapolis traded Nyheim Hines earlier this week. The Colts also have Zack Moss, who they acquired in that deal with Buffalo.

Mac Jones will be without his center this week, as Andrews is still dealing with the concussion he suffered against Chicago. Jones will be without one of his top receivers, as Parker will be sidelined with a knee injury. He didn’t practice all week. Little is an ongoing illness that has affected two important players for the Patriots. Both running back Harris and cornerback Jones are questionable to play due to illness. Harris was limited Friday while Jones sat. There is some concern on the defensive side of the ball as well, as Barmore, Dugger, Uche and Wise are questionable. However, all four players practiced all week as limited participants.

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Buffalo will be without safety Jordan Poyer after he injured his elbow last Sunday against the Packers. Poyer didn’t practice all week, so it’s not particularly surprising to see him end up sitting out. Meanwhile, Von Miller, who missed the first two days of practice with what the team noted was a rest ankle injury, was a full participant Friday and has no injury designation.

Corey Davis has been out all week with a knee injury he originally suffered in the week. It has since been shelved. New York has a bye in Week 10, so hopefully he can bounce back after that. James Robinson was added to the roster after suffering a knee injury in Saturday’s drive. He had five carries for 17 yards in his Jets debut last week.

Everyone else on the Jets roster is healthy and ready to play in Week 9.

Tomlinson will miss his first game of the season as the Vikings linebacker has a calf injury. Head coach Kevin O’Connell said Khyiris Tonga would see improvement working with Tomlinson off the field.

Washington will again be without rookie Jahan Dotson, who has been sidelined since nursing a hamstring injury before the Commanders’ game against Green Bay in Week 7. On a more positive note, tight end Logan Thomas was a full participant Friday and is untagged after being limited in Wednesday and Thursday due to a calf injury. Ron Rivera also told reporters that Chase Young — who was slated to return to practice this week — will not play against Minnesota, even though he had a good week of work.

Darren Waller has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury and has been a limited participant all week in practice, officially marking him as questionable for this matchup in Jacksonville. Head coach Josh McDaniels said Waller is “working extremely hard to try to get back as soon as possible.” Meanwhile, after being limited on Wednesday with an illness, Davante Adams was a full participant on both Thursday and Friday and has no tag for this game.

Jacksonville is very healthy entering this matchup as they only listed Jamal Agnew on the final injury report. He was limited all week with a knee injury and is officially listed as questionable.

Geno Smith won’t have the speedy Goodwin available this week, as he’s been ruled out with a groin injury. The same goes for pass rusher Taylor. Both players did not train at all this week. Hart was limited all week with a hamstring injury, then Blount sat out Friday’s practice with a quadriceps injury. Both players are listed as questionable for the game.

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Arizona ruled out Garcia, Hudson and Matthews on Friday. All three have not practiced all week. The star’s safety is questionable if Baker will play after missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday. However, he returned in a limited capacity on Friday. In fact, all five players listed as questionable for the Cardinals practiced as limited participants on Friday.

Allen and Jefferson are questionable to play Sunday, but both players have been limited participants in each of the last two practices. The Rams injury report brings some good news, as Cooper Kupp is not wearing a tag for the weekend game. He has been dealing with an ankle injury but finally returned to full participation status on Friday. Running back Cam Akers could play this week after working out his issues with the team.

Gage and Goedeke were ruled out after not training all week. As for Brate, he has been a limited participant all week but is not healthy enough to go. Winfield is still coming back from a concussion. Although he was limited on Thursday and Friday, he will not play. Hicks could return this week despite a foot injury. He was a full participant in training on Wednesday and Thursday, but was absent on Friday. It is doubtful that he will play. As for Davis and Murphy-Bunting, while questionable to play, both were full participants in Friday’s practice.

Tannehill was able to practice on a limited basis Friday, but head coach Mike Vrabel noted that quarterback will be a game-time decision. Tannehill suffered an ankle injury in the week and missed Tennessee’s 17-10 win over the Texans. If he can’t go, that would push rookie Malik Willis into his second career start. Derrick Henry, who sat out Thursday’s practice, returned as a full participant on Friday and is untagged.

Kansas City is remarkably healthy heading into Sunday night’s showdown with Tennessee. Jody Fortson is the only player listed on the final injury report as every other player was able to fully practice.

Ravens star Mark Andrews missed practice for the second straight day with knee and shoulder injuries. Running back Gus Edwards also didn’t practice anymore because of a hamstring injury. Cornerback Marcus Peters sat out practice after being limited Thursday with quad and knee injuries. Demarcus Robinson was a new addition to the injury report, as he was limited Friday with a groin injury after being a full participant Thursday.

Running back Mark Ingram (knee) and cornerback Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) did not practice for the second straight day, while Saints wide receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle), tight end Adam Trautman (ankle), offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk (rest/knee), defensive tackle David Onyemata (thigh) and center Erik McCoy (shoulder) were limited participants Friday.


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