We’re in the middle of week 3 in the NFL thanks Steelers And the Brown We started on Thursday evening and now we have the main course on the deck which has a full menu of games on Sunday. Of course, injuries will be a major story to follow as we enter the weekend, especially with the bulk of teams across the league submitting their final injury reports.
Despite an excellent start to the season, Invoices Defense will be down the number of main weapons when he travels to Miami to take over dolphins. Meanwhile, the case chargers Star quarterback Justin Herbert is staying smooth as well as they prepare to host Jacksonville Jaguars.
As the teams wrap up their training week, they have released their final injury reports and posted match statuses for Week 3. Below, you’ll be able to find each of these reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest injuries.
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Kansas City will once again be without main kicker Harrison Boetker as he continues to contend with a left ankle injury. In his place, Matt Amendola will likely keep his kicking duties after he scored both his field goals and all of his three extra points in the Chiefs’ Week 2 win over the Chargers. Meanwhile, receiver Mikol Hardman (heel) trained fully on Friday after being a limited participant to start the week and holding no appointment.
The biggest news for the Colts is that they’re going to get a boost in the reception game because Michael Bateman Jr. is unranked after being fully involved in training on Friday. Bateman missed last week’s game due to a quad injury. Rookie Alec Pierce will also play after the concussion protocol has been removed. As for Leonard, he was left out, but coach Frank Reich noted this week that the full-back had had a “really good week”. He also hasn’t had any setbacks, so his comeback might be around the corner.
Lions pass novice rider Aidan Hutchinson returned to training on a limited basis on Friday after missing the first two practices of the week with a thigh injury. It is officially in question. Meanwhile, star who is back, D’Andre Swift has also been listed as questionable after consecutive days of being limited.
Neither Booth nor Smith has been practicing all week, so seeing them ruled out isn’t entirely surprising. However, Hendrix’s situation is worth watching after he appeared in Friday’s injury report as a limited participant due to a toe injury and is now questionable.
Collins hasn’t trained all week, but the team still lists him as doubtful and hopes he can play in Week 3. If he can’t, Dante Smith or Hakim Adeniji will probably get the nod to start the right tackle.
With the Jets, Zach Wilson is still holding back quarterback as he continues to recover from a pre-season knee injury, but this could be the last week he’s missed. In his absence, Joe Flacco will continue to play under the center position. Meanwhile, Davis and Vant were the only two questionable planes to be restrained on Friday with the rest listed as full participants.
- crows: T Ronnie Stanley (ankle) DOUBTFUL; RB JK Dobbins (knee), CB Marlon Humphrey (groin), TE Isaiah probable (groin), CB Marcus Peters (unrelated to injury), WR James Brosh II (thigh), DB Brandon Stevens (quadruple) CB Damarion Williams (Ankle) Doubtful
- patriots: S Joshuah Bledsoe (thigh), CB Cody Davis (calf), S Kyle Dugger (knee), DL Davon Godchaux (back), LB Raekwon McMillan (thumb), WR Jakobi Meyers (knee), CB Jalen Mills (hamstrings) , S Adrian Phillips (ribs) in question
Baltimore saw that Ronnie Stanley wasn’t involved in training on Friday after being limited all week, so he’s heading in the wrong direction as the weekend approaches. Meanwhile, every player listed as suspect was a full participant during Friday’s session except for probably Isaiah, who was limited. Starter Rashad Pittman did not train on Friday, but the team indicated it had nothing to do with the injury and does not carry any rating.
Patriots guard Jacoby Myers and safety Kyle Duger returned to training on a limited basis on Friday after being suspended on Wednesday and Thursday. Meanwhile, linebacker Raekwon McMillan is heading in the opposite direction as he didn’t train on Friday after being limited all week.
Although questionable, Texans listed Collins and Decleus as non-participants on Friday, so they aren’t heading favorably toward the weekend. Quarterback Davis Mills is listed on the injury report with a right thumb injury, but has been a full participant all week and carries no designation.
Roquan Smith hasn’t trained all week due to a groin injury but the team didn’t shut the door on him in action as they officially rated him as questionable. Cornerback Jaylon Johnson did not train on Friday after appearing on Thursday’s injury report as a limited participant due to a quad injury.
A promising sign for New Orleans is that both quarterback James Winston and linebacker Alvin Kamara were able to train all week, albeit on a limited basis. The fact that neither of them had a setback is encouraging that they will be able to go in the third week.
Christian McCaffrey was a full participant on Friday and held no rating after an ankle injury forced him to miss Wednesday’s training and he was limited on Tuesday.
Buffalo Bills (-5.5) in the Miami Dolphins
- Invoices: S Micah Hyde (neck), CB Dane Jackson (neck), DT Ed Oliver (ankle), DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring), S Jordan Poyer (foot) OUT; WR Gabe Davis (ankle), TE Dawson Knox (foot), C Mitch Morse (elbow), DT Time Settle (calf) Question
- dolphins: TE Cethan Carter (concussion), TE Hunter Long (ankle) out; Terron Armstead (toe), DT Raekwon Davis (knee), CB Xavien Howard (thigh), WR Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs, toe)
The biggest news from Buffalo is that Micah Hyde was put on IR for a neck injury he suffered during Monday night’s win against the Titans. Hyde will miss the remainder of the 2022 season due to a herniated disc.
Buffalo’s defense will miss a number of other key players when it faces the Dolphins, including Boyer, Oliver and Phillips. Oliver’s dismissal is a bit surprising given that he’s been tied up throughout all week of training. All the other players who were already disqualified did not enter the training field at all. Meanwhile, Gabe Davis has been tied up all week and is officially in question, but this week he told reporters he’s “100 percent optimistic” he’ll play.
Miami is still holding out hope that Terron Armstead can play in Week 3 despite not practicing at all this week, officially listing it as questionable. When asked about it this week, head coach Mike McDaniel said, “It’s literally up in the air.”
The Eagles are healthy and heading into week three, scoring only goalkeeper Landon Dickerson in their final injury report due to a foot injury. He did not train with the team on Friday and is in question.
Washington will have Camryn Curl safe when they face the Eagles in week three after sustaining a thumb injury he sustained against the President in pre-season that required surgery. He was fully involved all week. Meanwhile, Toohill and Wise haven’t trained all week, so their situation isn’t too surprising.
Renfrew and Breemann were sidelined all week due to injury and were unable to take any positive steps on Friday, so the team ruled them out for the third week. Every questionable player was able to train on a limited basis on Friday, and Josh is expected to be back in action. Jacobs, who deals with illness. He did not train on Thursday or Friday and He does not travel with the team To Tennessee on Friday.
Taylor Lewan has not trained all week due to a knee injury, so he will be sidelined for the third week. Rookie Kyle Phillips has been able to train on a limited basis despite a shoulder injury, but this team doubts he will be able to. to play. As for Zach Cunningham, his situation is worth watching this weekend as he did not train on Friday after appearing in Thursday’s injury report with a knee injury.
Wilkinson trained with Atlanta on Wednesday, but was not present on Thursday and the team has since noted that he will miss this game due to a personal matter. In his absence, the Falcons will look to Colby Gossett or Choma Edoga to take over at the left guard.
Seattle will be endless defensive Shelby Harris when they face the Hawks. Harris suffered a gluteal injury during last week’s loss to the 49ers. Meanwhile, if Justin Coleman is unable to play, rookie Kobe Bryant is expected to serve as a nickel corner in Seattle.
Rams’ defense Jordan Fuller appeared on Thursday’s injury report as it was exacerbated by a hamstring injury and was downgraded Friday as a non-participant. It is officially in question.
After missing Wednesday’s training due to an ankle injury he suffered in the second week, James Conner was able to return on a limited basis on Thursday and Friday, and it is officially doubtful to play against the Rams. Neither Moore nor Turner trained this week so they have been left out.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers (-3)
Jacksonville has been healthy all week, but cornered Shaquille Griffin in his latest injury report after showing up on Friday with a thigh injury. It is officially in question. Outside of it, everyone else should be fully functional.
The Charger has officially listed quarterback Justin Herbert as suspect for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville after he suffered a torn meniscus in the second week. This game’s streak in Caesars Sportsbook dropped from Chargers -7 to -3 on Friday. For Herbert, it can be up to bearing the pain and for both sides to decide whether playing with him is worth the risk. Meanwhile, Keenan Allen also did not train on Friday after being tied down earlier in the week. Neither JC Jackson nor Corey Linsley has been practicing all week.
Bakhtiari has been tied down on Thursday and Friday, which is an encouraging sign that he may make his debut in Week 3. However, coach Matt Lafleur has indicated we won’t really know his status until Sunday, so it looks like it’s real. Game time decision. Although listed as questionable, rookie Christian Watson did not train on Thursday or Friday due to a hamstring injury. On a more positive note, Allen Lazard holds no rating after returning to training on a limited basis on Friday after missing Thursday’s session.
Tampa Bay will be at the bottom of the two biggest wide receivers in Week 3. Not only is Mike Evans serving a one-game suspension, but Chris Goodwin has now been ruled out due to a hamstring injury that kept him out last week. Tom Brady – included in the injury report to the right finger – carries no classification. However, the veteran quarterback may be playing with limited weapons as Gage, Jones and Perriman are listed as questionable.
- 49ers: RB Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle), TE Tyler Kroft (knee), OL Daniel Brunskill (hamstring) out; DT Arik Armstead (foot), OL Colton McKivitz (ankle) in question
- Bronco: CB Darius Phillips (hamstring) out; WR Tyrie Cleveland (hamstring), LB Jonathon Cooper (hamstring), WR KJ Hamler (knee, hip), WR Jerry Jeudy (rib, shoulder), LB Josey Jewell (calf), DE Dre’Mont Jones (neck), G Quinn Meinerz (hamstring), DT Mike Purcell (elbow), CB Patrick Surtain II (shoulder), T Billy Turner (knee)
The main news from San Francisco is that George Kittel is set to make his debut in 2022 after missing his first two games with a thigh injury. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Kettle won’t have any restrictions. As for the not-so-positive news, Armstead hasn’t trained all week due to a foot injury that made him officially listed as questionable.
Denver had a slew of players in question on Sunday, including receiver Jerry Goody and cornerback Patrick Serten II. Both were able to rehearse on Friday with Jodi listed as a limited participant while Sirtein trained fully.
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