NFL Injuries

Updated Pos Name Rating Team Status Body Part Injury Details
12/06 6:30pm RB Taiwan Jones
BUF Out Arm Buffalo Bills running back and key special teamer Taiwan Jones (arm) is out for the season after suffering a broken arm Thursday night against the Jets, according to head coach Sean McDermott. Jones didn't have a single carry so far in 2017 and obviously wasn't on anyone's fantasy radar.
12/06 6:30pm DT Stephen Paea
12/06 6:30pm OT Marcus Cannon
NE Questionable Ankle
12/06 6:30pm DE JJ Watt N/A HOU Out Leg
12/06 6:30pm WR Dwayne Harris
NYG Out Foot New York Giants wide receiver Dwayne Harris suffered a fractured foot in the Week 5 loss to the Chargers and will miss the rest of the year, according to a source. What a brutal injury day it was for the Giants on Sunday, as they lost both Harris and Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) for the season, while receivers Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Sterling Shepard (ankle) are likely to miss time, too. Harris was more of a special teams contributor, but his loss is notable given the other injuries. Roger Lewis may be New York's No. 1 wideout in the coming weeks, making him a volume-based waiver wire addition. It'll be hard to justify starting him against Denver's No Fly Zone in Week 6, however.
12/06 6:30pm DE Justin Trattou
TB Out Undisclosed
12/06 6:30pm FS Colt Anderson
BUF Out Arm
12/06 6:30pm OT Chris Hairston
LAC Out Illness
12/06 6:30pm CB Jimmy Smith
BAL Out Achilles
12/06 6:30pm OT Derek Newton
HOU Out Knee
12/06 6:30pm DT Corey Liuget
LAC Questionable Toe
12/06 6:30pm RB Joe Mixon
CIN Questionable Concussion Bengals rookie running back Joe Mixon sustained a concussion in the first half of Monday's game against the Steelers. He will not return. Mixon had rushed seven times for 34 yards and had one catch for eight yards before exiting. This is a tough break for fantasy owners who started him in their playoff bracket. His status for next week and the start of the fantasy playoffs is uncertain.
12/06 6:30pm TE Temarrick Hemingway
LAR Out Shin
12/06 6:30pm ILB Mark Herzlich
NYG Out Stinger
12/06 6:30pm SS Deandre Houston-Carson
N/A CHI Questionable Ankle
12/06 6:30pm DT Clinton McDonald
TB Questionable Back
12/06 6:30pm ILB Vincent Rey
CIN Questionable Hamstring
12/06 6:30pm CB Teddy Williams
CAR Out Arm
12/06 6:30pm TE David Morgan
MIN Questionable Concussion
12/06 6:30pm OLB Pernell McPhee
CHI Questionable Shoulder
12/06 6:30pm QB Tyrod Taylor
BUF Questionable Knee Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor (knee) is not practicing Wednesday. Taylor avoided ligament damage, but is dealing with a patellar tendon contusion. Coach Sean McDermott labels Taylor "day to day," but he does that with every injured Bills player. As far as his Week 14 availability, McDermott said they will consider how well Taylor can scramble and use his legs when deciding if he can start. Nathan Peterman and Joe Webb are splitting practice reps.
12/06 6:30pm OT Marcus Gilbert
PIT Out Suspension
12/06 6:30pm ILB Josh Forrest
SEA Out Foot
12/06 6:30pm OLB Jared Norris
CAR Out Calf
12/06 6:30pm OLB AJ Klein
N/A NO Questionable Groin Limited Participation in Practice
12/06 6:30pm DE Mitch Unrein
CHI Out Knee
12/06 6:30pm RB Dalvin Cook
MIN Out Knee Minnesota Vikings rookie running back Dalvin Cook had successful surgery on his torn ACL Monday, according to a source. Cook will be "100 percent" ready to return at the start of next season. Cook had been one of the most impressive rookie players through four weeks of the season, running 74 times for 354 yards (4.8 YPC) and two touchdowns. Losing him for the year was an unfortunate blow, but there's no reason to believe he won't be just as productive in 2018, and he should be drafted as an upside RB1. It looks like Jerick McKinnon and Latavius Murray will share the backfield the rest of the season, with McKinnon the far more attractive option in both the run and passing game.
12/06 6:30pm QB Jeff Driskel
CIN Out Thumb
12/06 6:30pm DE Jonathan Allen
WAS Out Foot
12/06 6:30pm QB Kevin Hogan
CLE Out Ribs According to head coach Hue Jackson, the Cleveland Browns are expected to make a starting quarterback decision by Wednesday. The team benched previous starter DeShone Kizer following Week 5 but his replacement, Kevin Hogan, did not perform well in Week 6. Despite neither player being a very inspiring option to lead the offense, at least the team will make a decision on who will start early in the week. Cleveland will face off against the Tennessee Titans in Week 7.
12/06 6:30pm CB Gareon Conley
OAK Out Shin
12/06 6:30pm RB Darius Jackson
CLE Out Knee
12/06 6:30pm G Forrest Lamp
LAC Out Knee
12/06 6:30pm RB Alex Collins
BAL Questionable Migraine Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins dealt with migraines after the team's Week 13 win, according to head coach John Harbaugh. "I can tell you this, migraines are very real," Harbaugh said. "They're tough." It's uncertain if Collins' migraines may pose an issue for his status in Week 14 against the Steelers, but it's something to keep an eye on. He's become a solid RB2 for fantasy owners with touchdowns in back-to-back weeks. If he sits, Baltimore's backfield would be a tricky one to navigate, with Danny Woodhead, Javorius Allen and possible even Terrance West sharing the load.
12/06 6:30pm RB Chris Carson
SEA Out Knee Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said running back Chris Carson (leg) is "unbelievably ahead of schedule" and needs at least two weeks of practice before he can return to game action. It remains a long shot that Carson would be able to return during the fantasy playoffs, although he could help the Seahawks out if they make the playoffs. Carson is strictly a stash option only in dynasty and keeper leagues.
12/06 6:30pm TE Rico Gathers
DAL Out Concussion Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers is still dealing with the concussion he suffered in a preseason game on August 15. He was able to weigh in at the team facility on Thursday, which was seen as a good sign. He hadn't been to the team facility in a while, instead staying away while dealing with the concussion symptoms. There is no timeline for his return just yet, but this is the first sign of a step in the right direction.
12/06 6:30pm C Brandon Kublanow N/A BAL Out
12/06 6:30pm SS Quintin Demps
CHI Out Arm
12/06 6:30pm WR Tim White N/A BAL Out Thumb
12/06 6:30pm OLB Aaron Wallace
TEN Out Back
12/06 6:30pm CB Cole Luke N/A CAR Out Ankle
12/06 6:30pm WR Jeremy Kerley
NYJ Out Suspension New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley will be suspended four games without pay for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Kerley was a non-factor in recent weeks for Gang Green, and this suspension kills what little fantasy value he had left for those in deeper leagues. His absence is good news for the workloads of receivers Robby Anderson and Jermaine Kearse and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
12/06 6:30pm SS Demetrious Cox N/A CAR Out Ankle
12/06 6:30pm WR Charone Peake
NYJ Out Ankle The New York Jets are losing more wide receivers than they can count this season. The team placed Charone Peake on Injured Reserve on Wednesday. Peake suffered an ankle injury during the fourth quarter of Sunday's victory over the Miami Dolphins. A second-year player, Peake's time with Gang Green could be done. He's been targeted only once this season (a catch for three yards) -; one target in an offense devoid of real playmakers is a very bad sign. He didn't do much to distinguish himself during his rookie season either, catching 19 passes on 35 targets for 186 yards with no touchdowns. Peake isn't worth a spot in just about any dynasty league.
12/06 6:30pm SS Chanceller James N/A SF Out Knee
12/06 6:30pm NT Phil Taylor N/A WAS Out Quadricep
12/06 6:30pm OLB John Simon
IND Out Shoulder
12/06 6:30pm C Jack Allen
NO Out
12/06 6:30pm DE Terrell McClain
WAS Questionable Toe
12/06 6:30pm DT Nick Fairley
NO Out Illness Out (Definitely Will Not Play)
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