News, Analysis & UpdatesNovember 14, 2009

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The Injury Report – Week 10

By Michael Stephens

NFL Carolina Panthers at Arizona Cardinals

With almost all of the NFL’s injured offensive stars returning to action last weekend, this week’s Injury Report features a combination of small-time offensive players and big-name defensive stars. One notable situation to watch this Sunday will be the status of the Carolina Panthers’ running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart – both are listed as questionable and will be game-time decisions versus the Falcons. On the defensive side of the ball, we have a couple of unfortunate season-ending injuries to cover as well as some “hot hands” of the IDP world (Jabari Greer and Keith Ellison) that will be missing time in week 10. Remember that this report deals only with injuries that involve an injury status of “questionable” or worse. Players who have missed significant time and remain out, or guys who are listed as probable for a given week, will be left off the report in the interest of time. So without further ado, let’s dive into the FFC’s weekly Injury Report!

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    No notable injuries
Washington Redskins v Atlanta Falcons


    DeAngelo Williams (knee) – Q, missed Friday’s practice and is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Falcons.
    Jonathan Stewart (Achilles) – Q, practiced fully on Friday and would start if Williams is unable to go this week.
    Clinton Portis (head) – O, will not play after sustaining concussion on first carry last Sunday (week 9).
    Ladell Betts (ankle) – Q, limited in Friday practice, but should still get start @ this point as he’s been named the starter as of Friday afternoon.
    Sammy Morris (knee) – Q, present for media portion of Friday’s practice and will be a game-time decision this weekend.
    LaDainian Tomlinson (hip) – Q, was able to practice Thursday and should play Sunday despite a strained hip.
    Darren McFadden (knee) – Q, but has gone through two full practices this week; will be a game-time decision as well.
49ers vs. Titans


    Justin Gage (back) – O, will not play Sunday after breaking multiple small back bones last Sunday against the 49ers.
    Bernard Berrian (hamstring) – Q, did not practice Friday and will be game-time decision for the Vikings’ game versus Detroit.
    Antonio Bryant (knee) – Q, did not practice for third straight day on Friday and doesn’t look good to start Sunday.
    Lance Moore (ankle) – O, has already been ruled out of Sunday’s game versus Rams with a low ankle sprain.


    Jermichael Finley (knee) – O, will not play again this Sunday against the Cowboys.
    Chris Cooley (ankle) – O, had broken ankle re-examined Monday and should begin rehab to return by week 12.
New Orleans Saints v Miami Dolphins


    Thomas Davis (knee) – IR, placed on season-ending IR Tuesday by the Carolina Panthers.
    Ernie Sims (hamstring) – O, will miss at least one month for the Detroit Lions with a torn hamstring.
    Jabari Greer (groin) – O, will miss Sunday’s game vs. St. Louis with pulled groin muscle.
    Ray Lewis (foot) – Q, did not practice Thursday; will be a game-time decision but should play Monday with an extra days’ rest.
    Keith Ellison (quad) – O, will not play Sunday vs. the Tennessee Titans.
    Larry Foote (knee) – Q, did not practice Thursday and will be a game-time decision for Sunday’s game versus Minnesota.
    Aaron Kampman (concussion) – Q, did not practice Thursday and will be a last-minute call this weekend.
    Keith Rivers (calf) – Q, but not expected to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
    Roy L. Williams (forearm) – IR, will miss rest of season for Bengals after being officially placed on injured reserve.
    Aaron Schobel (groin) – Q, did not practice Thursday but did work on the side on his own; game-time decision Sunday.
Michael Stephens is an avid fantasy sports enthusiast who writes for the Cafe. He hails from the Pacific Northwest and is a die-hard Seahawk and Mariner fan to the core! You can find Michael in the Cafe's forums where he actively posts under the name WaCougMBS.
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