NFL Week 7 injuries: Russell Wilson ruled out;  Jonathan Taylor ready to play;  Decision of Keenan Allen in playing time

NFL Week 7 injuries: Russell Wilson ruled out; Jonathan Taylor ready to play; Decision of Keenan Allen in playing time

NFL Week 7 kicked off Thursday with the Arizona Cardinals knocking out the New Orleans Saints, 42-34, and now we have a full Sunday slate to look forward to. Perhaps the biggest headline is the return Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who will start against the Lions after missing five games with a thumb injury. On the other end of the QB spectrum, the Broncos ruled out Russell Wilson against the Jets with a hamstring injury.

Elsewhere, there are other intriguing plays, including the favorite Jaguars taking on the Giants 5-1, the Colts trying to get past the Titans in the AFC South and the Chiefs looking to bounce back against the 49ers. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Of course, with a new week of games comes a new collection of injuries that we need to track. As the teams wrap up the week of training, they’ve released their final injury reports and rolled out game statuses for Week 7. Below, you can find each of those reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest ones. wounds.

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Clowney has been limited in the last two practices after not practicing on Wednesday. Rochell was restricted on Friday after not appearing on the injury report the previous two days.

Dobbins is expected to undergo knee arthroscopy next week, according to ESPN, which would sideline him for 4-6 weeks. Andrews, Bateman, Cleveland, Moses and Peters each practiced Friday in a limited capacity. Ricard was a full participant on Friday after missing the previous two practices.

  • Buccaneers: TE Cameron Brate (neck), DT Akiem Hicks (foot), CB Sean Murphy-Bunting (quad), WR Julio Jones (knee) OUT
  • Panthers: QB Baker Mayfield (ankle), DT Matt Ioannidis (neck/concussion) DOUBTFUL; CB CJ Henderson (concussion), CB Donte Jackson (ankle), S Sean Chandler (hamstring), CB Jaycee Horn (ribs), LB Frankie Luvu (shoulder), WR Laviska Shenault Jr. (hamstring), C Pat Elflein (hip), T Taylor Moton (knee) DOUBTFUL

The Panthers do not have Christian McCaffrey after change him – and won’t have Mayfield on Sunday either. PJ Walker will start at quarterback with Jacob Reason as its backup. Elflein missed his third straight practice with a hip injury, so there’s a good chance he’ll be out.

While they will be without two players on Sunday, five of the seven Falcons players who appeared on this week’s injury report will play on Sunday, including cornerback AJ Terrell (thigh), defensive tackle Ta’Quon Graham (knee ) and linebacker Adetokunbo Ogundeji (shoulder).

Morgan has missed the Bengals’ last two practices after not appearing on the injury report to start the week. Fellow receivers Ja’Marr Chase (hip) and Tee Higgins (ankle) will play after being limited participants in practice to start the week.

Swift has been restricted all week, while Reynolds was able to train in a limited capacity on Friday after missing the first two practices of the week. Harris and Cominsky were also restricted throughout the week.

The big news in Dallas is the return of Dak Prescott after missing the Cowboys’ last five games. The Cowboys went 4-1 without Prescott, who will also have CeeDee Lamb at his disposal on Sunday after the receiver was limited to start the week.

Another week, the Giants will lose Golladay and Toney, leaving New York skinny at wide receiver. Richie James, David Sills and Darius Slayton should be the top wide receiver options for New York on Sunday. Ojulari has only played two games this year and will miss his third game in a row. There was no injury designation for Saquon Barkley (shoulder) after taking full part in practice on Friday.

Each of the Jaguars’ questionable players trained in a limited capacity on Friday.

Leonard approved the concussion protocol for Indianapolis, but the Colts let him sit out another week to heal. Head coach Frank Reich is optimistic that Jonathan Taylor (shoulder) will play, and Nyheim Hines has also approved the concussion protocol. The Colts believe he will play.

The Titans have another minor injury report as Bud Dupree (hip) appears to play for Tennessee on Sunday after training all week. Cunningham will miss his fourth game in a row.

Green Bay’s receiving corps will be compromised on Sunday. Expect the Packers to rely on running backs Aaron Jones and AJ Dillion with Cobb and Watson sidelined.

Cosmi has been limited all week, while Bates trained in a limited capacity on Friday after missing the first two practices of the week. Dotson missed Friday’s practice after being restricted Wednesday and Thursday.

Moore won’t play after requesting a trade earlier this week. Johnson did not practice Wednesday and Thursday.

The Broncos have ruled Wilson out after the veteran honed his hamstrings in last week’s loss to the Chargers. Brett Rypien, who has one career start under his belt, gets the start.

Both Jordan and Moore were able to practice in full Thursday after being restricted Wednesday. For the Raiders, Brown and Hollis have been restricted all week, while Renfrow was restricted Friday after missing practice Thursday.

Each of Seattle’s questionable players did not practice this week. Jones appeared on the injury report for the first time on Friday; he was limited after being a full participant on Wednesday and Thursday.

There is a report that Allen, who has been restricted throughout the week, may wait until after the Chargers’ Week 8 break to return to the field. Like Allen, Joseph-Day has been confined all week.

Danna and Thuney trained in a limited capacity at the end of the week after not training on Wednesday. Safety Bryan Cook will play after clearing concussion protocol.

The 49ers received good news when DE Nick Bosa, LT Trent Williams and S Jimmie Ward were not part of Friday’s injury report and will play on Sunday. Kyle Shanahan said he wasn’t sure whether or not running back Christian McCaffrey, secured in a blockbuster trade from the Panthers on Thursday night, would play after practicing with his new team for the first time on Friday.

The Sims will miss Sunday’s game after completing an 89-yard kickoff return in last Sunday’s win over the Buccaneers. Witherspoon was restricted Wednesday and Friday after being a full participant in Thursday’s practice. Pierre has been limited in the last two training sessions after not starting the week on injury report.

The Dolphins have a host of players on injury report this week. Armstead was restricted Friday but did not practice Wednesday and Thursday. Howard was restricted at the start and end of the week despite being a full participant on Thursday. Waddle was limited all week.


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