Biggest Week 13 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams



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Daniel Jones, the starting quarterback for the NFC Eastleading New York Giants (4-7), leads a group of players whose status is in question in week 13 of the 2020 NFL season.

Jones, who suffered a hamstring injury last week, couldn’t make it to the open media on Wednesday. Colt McCoy was able to replace the Giants playing Seattle Siochox (8-3) on Sunday (16:05 ET, Fox).

Elsewhere, Josh Jacobs missed practice on Wednesday after dislocating his right ankle last week. The Raiders (6-5) play against the New York Jets drones on Sunday (13:00 ET, CBS). Moreover, prior to the NFC duel in the south between New Orleans and Atlanta, it is still unclear whether the star receiver Julio Jones, the Falcons, will be able to play in week 13.

Here’s a list of the ESPN NFL Nation’s biggest injuries:

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Is Matt Milano healthy enough to play after four weeks of rest? The protection of the accounts is knocking at the door of their 2019, if not already there. However, Milan’s presence as a lineman is still lacking, and Buffalo will need everyone on deck for the next five weeks during the critical phase of the matches. Especially against a creative attack like the one in San Francisco on Monday night (8:15, ESPN), the accounts (8:3) were able to use the possibilities of Milan. — Marcel Louis-Jacques.

Quarterback Tua Tagovayloa did his time last Sunday because his left thumb was stuck. The newcomer seems to have a 50-50 chance against the Bengal on Sunday. He remains limited training with the black line on his thumb, but he seems to be returning to the question of whether Coach Brian Flores thinks Tagovayloa is effective enough to throw the healthy Ryan Fitzpatrick with a wounded thumb. — Cameron Wolf

The three-year-old cornerback J.S. Jackson, who led the team with his six stalks, was won over the Cardinals in a fourth quarter Sunday after a hard landing on his back and hip. He was noticed at the beginning of the training on Wednesday, but his general participation was limited. If he can’t face the Chargers on Sunday, veteran Jason McCurty is the best candidate to replace him on the roster. — Mike Travel

The jets are relatively healthy. The biggest problem in Sunday’s game against the Raiders is on the attack line, where George Fan’s right tackle (knee / leg) is out of practice and runs the risk of missing his second start in a row. He will be replaced again by Pestilence Edoga. Quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder) is healthy and well trained. — Rich Chimini


In the second quarter in Pittsburgh, Voronov’s quarterback Robert Griffin III twisted his hamstring and left the team halfway through the fourth quarter due to an injury. I don’t know how long it will take, said Griffin, who was waiting for a CT scan on Thursday to determine the severity of his injury. The current NFL MVP Lamar Jackson will end his 10-day quarantine in time to play the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday, but his current condition is unknown. We wish him a speedy recovery, said Raven’s receiver, Marquis Hollywood Brown. — Jamison Hensley.

Bengal don’t have many questions about injuries. However, cornerback Darius Phillips has been released from the injured reserve and may be available for a match this week. When he comes back, he could be in the mix to form the starting curve. While the impact on the attack of Miami in the pass will be minimal, this scenario gives Cincinnati another player that is indispensable in this location. — Ben baby.

Pro Bowl cornerback Denzel Ward will probably not win after the 22nd minute. November in Tennessee after moving the veal trunk. Ward served the Sunday game in Jacksonville and is known as Brown’s weekly coach, Kevin Stefanski. — Jake Trotter

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The Steelers are the only undefeated team in the NFL, but their defense may have suffered another blow with the injury of linebacker Bud Dupree in their win at the Ravens on Wednesday. Dupree, who apparently injured his knee in a non-contact match, is believed to have received an ACL fracture, said Jeremy Fowler, ESPN source. Dupree, who plays in a franchise this season, made the breakthrough against T.J. Watt in 2019 and this season he has eight sacks. Newcomer Alex Heismith is queuing up for the promotion. Dupree and Watt are the basic tandem of the steelworker pass, and losing Dupree would be a blow to one of the best units in the league. — Brooke Pryor


The Texans started a 21-day training for David Johnson, who was traumatized by a concussion, on Wednesday. Johnson could return against the Colts on Sunday, and temporary coach Romeo Crannel said that Running Back had made progress in the return. — Sarah Barshop

Left-turning forward Anthony Castonzo trained on Wednesday, which is not surprising given the MCL-series that took place early in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against Tennessee. The Colts don’t have a fixed schedule until Castonzo arrives. We will trust him, the doctors and the coaches and give him the freedom, as it were, to investigate the matter the way he wants, according to Frank Reich, the coach of the Colts. Raven Clark is a leader who starts with a left-handed attack against Houston, but the Colts leave many options open, including changing the right-handed Braden Smith or the left-handed Quenton Nelson. — Mike Wells

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Wide Receivers DJ Chark Jr. (ribs) and Chris Conley (thigh) returned to the field in a limited line-up and seemed on schedule to return to the line-up in Minnesota on Sunday. Last week, for the first time since the fourth round of the 2017 season, the Jaguars almost eliminated Cleveland without the two players of veteran Mike Glennon. When they come back, especially Chark, Glennon will get more help against one of the worst passes in the league (25th for the Vikings with 261.3 yards per game). — Mike DiRocco

Titan’s Johnny Smith missed practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury. He treated an ankle injury for most of the season, but still managed to overcome it. Smith has played no role in the last three games, including last week’s game against the Colts. But keep an eye on Smith, because the Titans will have to drag him into a downstream attack. — Thurron Davenport


Bryce Callahan (leg) was excluded for at least three weeks because he was transferred to an injured reserve, an injury that has to be taken into account when following Phillip Lindsay (knee) back. Lindsay didn’t train on Wednesday, but Bronco coach Vic Fangio said the team was optimistic: Lindsay can play in Kansas City at least on Sundays. It has been a physically challenging season for Lindsay, who, due to an injury, played three games, the other two halves and most of the second half last Sunday. Despite missing the time, Lindsay has six of the nine rush games of the Broncos this season at least 20 meters away. — Jeff Legold.

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Corner Bowl Breeland was sent home Wednesday for a stomach virus. There’s a good chance he’ll recover in time to play the Broncos on Sunday night. The leader would feel defeated if he didn’t play because Breeland had a good season and is a permanent member of the young corner group. – Adam Thacher

When Josh Jacobs walked backwards, he dislocated his right ankle while trying to get into the Raiders’ backyard on the late Sunday with an embarrassing 43-6 loss in Atlanta and missed practice on Wednesday. He’s sure he [the Jets] can play, said Raiders coach John Gruden. I don’t think he was 100%. [Sunday] I think he was trying to get out of it. In fact, at the end of the week there was a hip problem in the injury report of the Raiders and Jacobs limited himself to a career that did not go beyond 27 meters. Rearback Alec Ingold, who struggled with a rib injury, and Jalen Richard, who was sick and inactive in the third relapse, limited the robbers to their positions. Even with Saint Devon Booker, Gruden has intimidated the robbers who were able to bring Richard back this week, as well as Theo Riddick, who was taken off the reservation list on Wednesday/COVID-19. And I hope gruden said our guy josh jacobs is ready to go. — Paul Gutierrez.

Justin Jackson (knee) has the right to leave the injured reserve and Ladersbus Anthony Lynn said the return of the race on Sunday against New England will be assured. Kalen Ballage has an ankle injury that he is in rehabilitation and hopes to be rewritten for next season. The ball was drawn when Jackson fell, but was productive until this last injury. Melvin Ingram’s defense is still incomplete due to a knee injury, which means his teammate Joey Bos will be sent away. Ingram has 10 bowls this season, way down from his 48 bowls last season. — Shelly Smith


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The Cowboys did not issue an official injury report on Wednesday, starting next Tuesday, but defender DeMarcus Lawrence worked on the ropes during the media part of the session. For much of the season, he worked on a knee joint problem and was hampered by his Thanksgiving loss for the Washington soccer team. Lawrence has had the 4.5 sacks in the last seven games and found some kind of groove like a grater passing by. The cowboys who can take on Raven’s quarterback, Lamar Jackson, must have Lawrence ready. — Todd Archer

Quarterback Daniel Jones (hamstring) didn’t train on Wednesday. He worked with the trainers and said he was better. But Jones also said he wasn’t sure he’d be able to play if there was a game for the Giants on Wednesday. Fortunately, that’s not the case. But he also didn’t say if he had done any walking exercises, only that he was treated and practiced in the training room. Looks like Jones is ready to meet the Seahawks on Sunday. Unless there’s a miraculous recovery, it’ll be Colt McCoy, a Seattle starter. — Jordan Ranan

Fletcher Cox, the heart of the defense of the Eagles, was excluded earlier this week because of a neck injury. If he can’t walk by week 13, it’ll be even harder to stop Aaron Rogers from Green Bay. Positive is that the tight end (ankle) of Zach Ertz was activated from the injured reserve and could play for the first time since the sixth round. — Tim McManus.

On Wednesday, Deshazor Everett was involved in some positioning work, but he’s still struggling with an ankle sprain that has pushed him into the background over the past two weeks. Last week you felt that Everett preferred his game in the 13th minute. Week in Pittsburgh. If the extra day gets him through, he’ll go unnoticed. If he can’t play, Washington will use a combination of Troy Apke and Jeremy Reaves to fill the free zone. Cornelius Lucas (ankle) also took part in the attack. If he could play, Morgan Moses would be back in the right position to take it. — John Kame


Akiem Hicks’ anti-wear equipment missed training on Wednesdays and every day due to a hamstring injury. As for Akim, I think he’s doing better, said coach Matt Nagy. I hope he can go against the Lions on Sunday. Last week, the Packers took advantage of the absence of Hicks at the top and recovered the ball against Chicago’s normally strong defense with great success. Hicks, one of the Bears’ best defensive players, was suspended after he retired on the 16th. November against the Minnesota Vikings pulled a hamstring. — Jeff Dickerson.

Kenny Galladay (hip) stays with the Lions and didn’t train on Wednesday after the last two weeks of half. However, temporary coach Darrell Bewell did not want to use the term failure to describe his star receiver. He’s putting himself under pressure. … Beaver said we watched this day in and day out. We push it to a certain level the next day to see how that level – [how] the body responds to it, and then we come back the next day and go back to that plan from that day on. — Michael Rothstein

The line of attack, and it’s not just one place, is worrying the Packers this week. Green Bay does not expect to be able to play in the center of Corey Linsley for a few weeks due to a knee injury he suffered Sunday against the Bears, while right back Lucas Patrick (toe) had a limited practice session on Wednesday. Elgton Jenkins, who moved from left defense to center after Linsley’s injury, is likely to play against the Eagles in the middle of debutant John Rooneyan, Jr. But if Patrick can’t go, Green Bay can bring in Billy Turner with the right tackle and let Rick Wagner start with the right tackle, so the team can finish the game against the Bears. — Rob Demovsky

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Scott Spratt says Dalvin Cook will have a hard time producing fantastic spaces because of the high quality protection offered by the Viking programme.

Dalvin Cook said he panicked after an ankle injury in Carolina, but defended his strength when he entered the 13th week. In practice on Wednesday he was limited in his race, but he said he was ready to face Jacksonville. Elsewhere Irv Smith Jr. is still sidelined by a back injury after the game in Dallas. Vikings have been calling Kyle Rudolph’s number more and more often in recent weeks. — Courtney Cronin


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It was already a problem this season, but the health of wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring) is again under discussion. On Wednesday he was limited in training, as was teammate Calvin Ridley (stop/stop) and reversing driver Todd Garley II (knee). Jones and Gurley didn’t play in their Sunday victory over the Raiders. Jones missed three games this season, including last week, due to a hamstring match, but the Falcons hope he’ll be available this week against the Saints. For the first time this season he brought him back to Packers. Coming back from a missed game for the second time this season, Jones had eight games for 137 yards and two touchdowns against the Vikings. — Jeff Legold.

DJ Moore’s broadband receiver damaged his judge just at the end of Carolina’s loss to Minnesota, and coach Matt Ruehl did not exclude him on Monday when the team was sent away for the 13th time. December’s farewell match against Denver. Rhule didn’t say how serious the injury was, but the fact that he left the door open for Moore to hit the Broncos is a good sign. Remember, Rhule is looking for all the competitive advantages he can get from his injuries, so don’t read too much about it. Moore leads the Carolina with four touchdowns, but he is the fourth player of the team when it comes to goals with 50 points. — David Newton

Terron Armstead’s takeover of the left remains on the reserve list/COVID-19 and it’s not certain he has a chance to return this week. This is an important loss, because he is one of the elite talents of the saints in one of the most important positions in the game. Janoris Jenkins also missed training on Wednesday after finishing 12th. had left Holy Week earlier because of a knee injury and won. He will be missed especially if the falcons are both broadband receivers – Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley – in good health. — Mike Triplet

The two players most affected by the departure of the Buccaneers in the 13th minute will benefit his week? A Jamel Dean corner, who missed last week’s match due to a concussion, left Donovan Smith, who spent the entire match with an ankle injury after arriving at the stadium with a boot, in the grip of a corner. Coach Bruce Arians said about Smith: He tried and said: Maybe I can play it halfway. I don’t know if I’ll finish the game, but I can give you half. He played the whole game. He stripped him. I know a lot of people want to break up with this guy. He’s a damn good soccer player to me. — Jenna Lane


The cardinals left behind a guard, Justin Pugh, who’s still working on an ankle injury in New England on Sunday. If he can’t play against the Rams on Sunday, it’s likely Max Garcia will take his place in the lineup. The offensive cardinal line holds the running game, which is first in the NFL with 5.04 yards per game and fourth with 155.9 yards per game. — Josh Weinfuss.

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Coach Sean McVeigh says the Rams have been out of action since week 12 with the typical bumps and bruises. So, if you don’t take into account all the problems that will arise during this week’s training, the active lineup should be good to play against the Cardinals on Sunday. The only exception is newcomer Linsbacker Terrell Lewis, who was inactive last Sunday due to a prolonged knee problem, and according to McVeigh he works every week. — …Lindsay Tiri.

Tavin Coleman returned to practice for the first time last week after a second knee injury in Seattle’s eighth loss, but has not been active against the Rams. That means it should be a week closer to his return, and with an extra day off on Monday night for the soccer game against Buffalo, Coleman will return sooner and bring more depth to a position the Niners will count on against Bills. — Nick Wagoner

The leg injury that Carlos Dunlap’s defender suffered Monday night could have been much worse. Coach Pete Carroll said the MRI showed something was going on, but nothing serious. Dunlap’s status this week against the Giants is uncertain. We just have to see how it goes and how he’s going to spend the week, Carroll said. I can’t tell you yet what he’ll be like on the day of the game, but we hope and expect him to be able to play. Dunlap has four bags with the same number of games with Seattle. — Brady Henderson

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