NFL Injury Week 11: Kyler Murray questionable for Cardinals; Mark Andrews Unconfirmed; Giants’ Evan Neal is questionable

Now that it’s 10 weeks into the 2022 NFL regular season, all 32 NFL teams are dealing with injuries. The Buffalo bills will be without two defensive games Sunday, Baltimore Crows Quarterback Lamar Jackson has an illness, but is expected to play against Carolina, and Jamar Chase is not yet ready to return to the lineup due to a hip injury.

Below, we’ll break down the final injury reports for all 26 teams remaining to play this week. Who? Who came out? This is your one-stop-shop for everything NFL injury-related this week.

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Njoku is doubtful to play due to an ankle injury. He was limited in practice on Thursdays and Fridays. Newsom appeared on injury report Friday, as he was limited in practice due to a head injury. It is listed as questionable to play as well.

The Bills will be without defensive starters, with Edmonds and Russo already ruled out with injuries. Poyer is listed as questionable with an elbow injury, but he was a full participant in practice on Friday. Elam is also a doubt with an ankle injury, but he was a full participant on Thursday and Friday. In good news for Buffalo, star quarterback Josh Allen didn’t carry an injury rating this weekend due to an issue with his elbow. He was a “limited participant” in practice all week.

Baker Mayfield returns to the Panthers’ starting lineup this week and Walker won’t fit in, as he’s been ruled out with an ankle injury. Carolina will also be without Boris in the secondary due to illness and concussion, while Ioannidis will not appear on the defensive front due to a calf injury. None of the players trained all week. Second-year cornerback Horn is questionable to play due to a foot injury, but he was fully involved in practice Thursday and Friday.

Jackson was listed as questionable because he sat out Friday practice with an illness. Coach John Harbaugh expects him to play. Andrews is also questionable, but he was a full participant on Friday after being tied up on Wednesday and Thursday. It seems really dubious – like Edwards – who’s been limited all week.

Williams was restricted on Friday after being a full participant during the first two practices of the week. Several other leaders, including receiver Curtis Samuel (shin), Logan Thomas (rib) and running back Antonio Gibson (knee) are on their way to play after appearing on an injury report.

For the Texans, Green did not appear on the Texans’ injury report until Friday, when he missed practice.

Jobe was the only Eagles player not to practice on Friday. AJ Brown (ankle), Fletcher Cox (foot), Robert Quinn (back) and Devonta Smith (knee) were all full participants on Friday after appearing on this week’s injury report.

Franklin and Rodgers have not trained for the past two days after not appearing on Wednesday’s injury report. Smith did not train on Friday after not appearing in injury reports Wednesday or Thursday.

Yeboah did not appear on Gates’ injury report until Friday. Herbig was restricted on Friday after not working out on Wednesday and Thursday. Offensive tackle Duane Brown (shoulder) will play after he was restricted earlier in the week.

Every questionable New England player was limited all week. Defensive end Darcus Mitchell (illness), S Kyle Dodger (ankle) and CB Jonathan Jones (illness) will play after missing practice time earlier in the week.

As you can see, the Lions’ backline will be missing some depth on Sunday with Harris and Pascal absent. Rodriguez has been a full participant throughout this week’s training. Elliott was restricted all week, Ragnow was restricted on Friday after not practicing the previous two days, and Reynolds was restricted on Thursday and was ruled out on Saturday.

Blinger is still out with an eye injury, while Neil suspects a problem with his knee. Right tackle for beginners was a limited participant in practice all week. Wide receivers Golladay and Robinson are questionable to play due to hamstring injuries. Both players were involved in limited practice all week – though Robinson sat out Thursday. Lawrence was limited by a back injury Thursday and Friday and was listed as questionable to play.

Robinson did not practice all week with the Rams. Walford was a full participant on Friday after being restricted on Thursday and not training on Wednesday.

The amazing Jordan scored 197 games without missing a game due to injury It will end on Sunday. Peat will try out for the Saints after he was restricted on Friday after not participating during the first two practices of the week.

Jenkins and Mohamed were fully engaged on Friday after not practicing on Wednesday and Thursday. Victor was also a full participant on Friday after being restricted on Thursday and not training on Wednesday.

For the Falcons, Terrell and Harris will be limited all week.

Chase will not be returning this week due to a groin injury. Topo and Hill would not play due to calf and shoulder injuries, respectively. Evans and Flowers are listed as questionable for play after their limited participation in practice throughout the week.

Witherspoon is the only player included in the recent Steelers injury report, once again out with a hamstring injury. He has not played since the eighth week. And in amazing news, Minka Fitzpatrick will be back in the lineup, Just over a week after he underwent an appendectomy.

  • Raiders: WR Davante Adams (abdomen), LB Luke Masterson (ribs), T Kolton Miller (shoulder/abdomen), LB Denzel Perryman (ribs) Q
  • Bronco: FB/TE Andrew Beck (hamstring), WR KJ Hamler (hamstring), ILB Jonas Griffith (ankle), WR Jerry Jeudy (ankle), CB K’Wuan Williams (wrist/elbow/knee) OUT; OLB Baron Browning (hip), OL Tom Compton (back), OL Cam Fleming (quadruple), G Graham Glasgow (shoulder), WR Kendall Hinton (shoulder) Q

Adams has been in question all week. Berryman was a full participant on Friday after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday.

Each of the Broncos’ questionable players were limited participants in practice on Friday. Safety Justin Simmons (knee) will play after being restrained earlier in the week.

Elliott was limited all week after missing the Cowboys’ last two games. Anger didn’t show up on his injury report until Friday, Brown was a full participant Friday after being limited through the first two practices of the week, and Lawrence was limited Friday after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday.

Smith was a limited participant throughout this week’s practices. Offensive tackle Cristian Driseau (concussion) will play after being fully involved during Friday’s training. Receiver Justin Jefferson (toe) will also play after he was tied up during Thursday and Friday practices.

Allen and Williams were both tied up on Wednesday and Thursday before they were to participate in full practice on Friday. Chargers coach Brandon Staley said both players would be game time decisions.

Lamons and Smith-Schuster departed, but the other four players who appeared on the Chiefs’ midweek injury report will face the Chargers. Running back Jerrick McKinnon (hamstring/shoulder) and running back Legarius Snead (knee) where limited all week. Wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling (Illness) was a full participant on Friday after being restricted on Thursday and not practicing on Wednesday.

  • 49ers: D.L. Arik Armstead (foot and ankle) OUT; DL Samson Ebukam (four-headed, Achilles) is in question
  • basics: TE Zach Ertz (knee), T DJ Humphries (rear), CB Byron Murphy (rear) OUT; JMax Garcia (shoulder), WRD Andre Hopkins (hamstring), QB Kyler Murray (hamstring)

The 49ers will miss Armstead for the sixth straight game with foot and ankle injuries. He hasn’t trained all week, so his 11th week placement isn’t surprising at the end. Meanwhile, Ebukam returned to training on Friday and had limited participation on Saturday. After missing the Friday session due to a personal matter, Charvarius Ward returned to practice on Saturday and is expected to start.

Both Murray and Hopkins were limited participants in practice on Saturday and are officially listed as suspects for Monday’s game in Mexico. Murray missed last week’s game with a hamstring injury but has been able to train on a limited basis throughout the week, suggesting he has a chance to play this week. If Murray is eventually stopped, Colt McCoy will start again under center.

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