NFL Week 7 Injury: Russell Wilson is out. McJones is questionable. Jonathan Taylor

Week 7 of the NFL went on Thursday as the Arizona Cardinals took the New Orleans Saints, 42-34, and now we can look forward to the full schedule for Sunday. Perhaps the biggest headline is the return of cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who will start the game against the Lions after missing five games with a thumb injury. At the other end of the QB spectrum, Bronco ruled out Russell Wilson against the Jets with a hamstring injury. Elsewhere, there’s an interesting game, with the favorite Jaguar against the 5-1 Giants, the Colts overtaking the Titans in the AFC South, and the Chiefs counter-attacking the 49ers. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Of course, with the new week of matches, there are also new injuries we have to follow. After one week of practice, the team released their final injury report and revealed their match status for the seventh week. Below you will find an analysis of each report and the biggest injuries. All NFL odds via Caesars Sportsbook. Browns: CB Denzel Ward (concussion), OL Wyatt Teller (calf), Joe Haeg (concussion) OUT; OF Jadeveon Clowney, OF Isaac Rochell (knee) QUESTIONABLE Ravens: RB JK Dobbins (knee) OUT; OT Ronnie Stanley (disease), TE Mark Andrews (knee), WR Rashod Bateman (foot), OL Ben Cleveland (foot), OLB Justin Houston (muzzle), OL Morgan Moses (heel), CB Marcus Peters (muzzle), FB Patrick Ricard (knee) QUESTIONABLE Clowney was restricted for the last two practice sessions after not practicing on Wednesday. Rochell was restricted on Friday after not appearing in an injury report for the past two days. According to ESPN, Dobbins is expected to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery next week and will be out for four to six weeks. Andrews, Bateman, Cleveland, Moses and Peters each practiced with a limited number on Friday. Ricard was the full contestant on Friday after missing the previous two practice sessions. Stanley finished practice on Friday and added late on Saturday. Buccaneers: TE Cameron Brate (Thu), DT Akiem Hicks (Feet), CB Sean Murphy-Bunting (Quad), WR Julio Jones (Knee) OUTPanthers: 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 (rib), LB Frankie Luvu (shoulder), WR Laviska Shenault Jr. (hamstring), C Pat Elflein (hip) , T Taylor Moton (knee) QUESTIONABLE The Panthers don’t have Christian McCaffrey after trading, and won’t have Mayfield on Sunday. PJ Walker starts as quarterback with Jacob Eason as a backup. Elflein missed three straight practice sessions with a hip injury, so he’s likely to be out. Two players are missing on Sunday, but five of the Falcons’ seven players featured in this week’s injury report are cornerback AJ Terrell (thigh), defensive tackle Ta’Quon Graham (knee) and linebacker Adetokunbo Ogundeji (shoulder). Morgan missed the last two practice sessions for the Bengals after not appearing in the injury report. Fellow receivers Ja’Marr Chase (hip) and Tee Higgins (ankle) play after joining as limited practice participants for the start of the week. Swift was limited all week, and Reynolds was able to practice with a limited capacity Friday after missing the first two exercises of the week. Harris and Comminsky were also restricted all week. The big news for Dallas is the return of Dak Prescott after missing the Cowboys’ last five games. The Cowboys went 4-1 without Prescott. Prescott could sell CeeDee Lamb even on Sunday after the receiver was limited to starting the week. Another state Giants will be down in Golladay and Toney, and New York will be thin in wide receiver positions. Richie James, David Sills and Darius Slayton are expected to be the best wide receiver options in New York on Sunday. Ojulari has only played two games this year and will miss three games in a row. Saquon Barkley (shoulder) had no designation of injuries after fully participating in practice on Friday. Each of Jaguar’s suspicious players practiced with a limited number on Friday. Leonard passed Indianapolis’ concussion protocol, but Colts allowed him to sit for another week to heal. Manager Frank Reich is optimistic that Jonathan Taylor (shoulder) will play, and Nyheim Hines has also cleared the concussion protocol. Colts believes he will play. Titan received another minor injury report. Bud Dupree (butt) looks set to play for Tennessee on Sunday after a week of practice. Cunningham will miss four games in a row. Green Bay’s receiving units will be damaged on Sunday. Expecting the Packers to lean on running-backs Aaron Jones and AJ Dillion, Cobb and Watson are absent. Cosmi was limited all week and Bates practiced with a limited capacity on Friday after missing the first two exercises of the week. Dotson missed practice on Friday after being restricted on Wednesday and Thursday. After Moore requested a trade earlier this week, he will not play. Johnson didn’t practice on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Broncos ruled out Wilson after a veteran who lost to the Chargers last week deformed his hamstrings. Starter Brett Rypien, who has one career start under his own belt. Jordan and Moore were limited on Wednesday but were able to rehearse in full on Thursday. For the Raiders, Brown and Hollis were restricted all week, and Renfrow was restricted on Friday after being absent from practice on Thursday. Each of Seattle’s dubious players hasn’t practiced this week. Jones first appeared in his injury report on Friday. He was limited after becoming a full contestant on Wednesday and Thursday. After being limited all week, there are reports that Allen could wait for the Chargers’ eighth week breakup to end before returning to the field. Like Allen, Joseph-Day was limited all week. Danna and Thuney did not practice on Wednesday and then practiced with a limited number over the weekend. Safety Bryan Cook plays after clearing the Concussion Protocol. The 49ers got the good news that DE Nick Bosa, LT Trent Williams and S Jimmie Ward were not included in Friday’s injury report and will play on Sunday. Kyle Shanahan said he wasn’t sure if Christian McCaffrey, who got a blockbuster trade from the Panthers late Thursday, will play after first practice with the new team on Friday. The Sims miss Sunday’s game after making an 89-yard kickoff comeback during a win over the Buccaneers last Sunday. Witherspoon was limited on Wednesday and Friday after becoming a full participant during Thursday’s practice. Pierre was limited for the last two practice sessions after not starting the week on injury reports. The Dolphins have a lot of players in this week’s injury report. Armstead was restricted on Fridays, but he didn’t practice on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Howard was limited at the start and end of the week while being a full participant on Thursday. Waddle was restricted all week. Bears: None Patriots: WR Nelson Agholor (hamstring), DL Christian Barmore (knee), WR Kendrick Bourne (toe), DL Lawrence Guy (shoulder), CB Anfernee Jennings (calf), CB Jonathan Jones (ankle), QB Mac Jones (ankle), CB Jalen Mills (illness), OG Mike Onwenu (ankle), LB Josh Uche (hamstring), CB Shaun Wade (illness), OT Isaiah Wynn (shoulder) QUESTIONABLEThe Bears had no injuries to report this week . The Patriots have no “out” or “suspicious” players, but dozens of “suspicious” players. However, with the exception of Wade, who was seated due to illness, all attended Saturday practice with limited participants. One of the biggest names on this list is, of course, quarterback Jones, who is still struggling to make a comeback from an ankle injury. If not this week, maybe next week.
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