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Week 11 injury report roundup

November 15th, 2013

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Throughout the week, there are a lot of posts regarding the most prominent injured players yet we know that you might not see all of them which some others may fall through the splits. As a result, we’ll comb through all of the injury reports every Friday mid-day so that there’s one stop for the news from every team playing on Sunday.

Jets at Bills

The Jets ruled out wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (elbow) plus linebacker Garrett McIntyre (knee) plus listed 16 players as probable, including wide receiver Santonio Sherlock holmes (hamstring). The Bills are short on receivers with Stevie Johnson (groin) and Robert Woods (ankle) out of the lineup.

Ravens at Bears

The Ravens listed wide receiver Marlon Brown (knee), security James Ihedigbo (toe), defensive deal with Haloti Ngata (knee), linebacker Daryl Smith (thigh), cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin) and cornerback Lardarius Webb (groin) as questionable, but all are expected to be active on Sunday. Quarterback Jay Cutler (ankle) and linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder) are to the Bears, while tight finish Martellus Bennett (ankle) is listed as questionable.

Browns at Bengals

The Browns are healthy for the Battle of Ohio using their injury report looking clear outside of tight end MarQueis Gray (hamstring) being ruled out and guard Jerrika Pinkston (ankle) listed as sketchy. The Bengals aren’t in very as good shape. Guard Kevin Zeitler (foot) is out and defensive back again Chris Crocker (hamstring) and linebacker Ray Maualuga (knee) are doubtful. Linebacker James Harrison (calf) is certainly questionable after a Friday addition to the injury report.

Raiders at Texans

Safety Tyvon Branch (ankle), wide receiver Juron Criner (shoulder), cornerback D. J. Hayden (groin) and running back Darren McFadden (hamstring) are all out again for that Raiders. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor (knee) is questionable and Raiders beat writers are suggesting Matt McGloin will start this weekend. Texans punter Shane Lechler (illness) is anticipated to play after missing practice period this week. Cornerback Kareem Jackson (chest) and linebacker Joe Mays (knee, abdomen) are also listed as sketchy.

Cardinals with Jaguars

The Cardinals expect wide receiver Eileen Floyd (shoulder) to play, but he is listed as questionable along with linebacker John Abraham (hamstring), wide receiver Brittan Golden (hamstring) and linebacker Dontay Moch (illness). Concussions are the injuries of the day in Jacksonville. Linebacker Paul Posluszny is questionable, guard Will Rackley is doubtful and wide receiver Stephen Burton is out.

Redskins at Eagles

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall (foot) showed up on the injuries report on Friday and he is listed as questionable. Eagles deal with Jason Peters (quad, pectoral) has the same designation after practicing upon Friday. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher (pectoral) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) are also questionable.

Lions at Steelers

Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (groin) is probable while Nate Burleson (arm) has shifted from out to doubtful. Cornerback Expenses Bentley (knee) is also doubtful plus defensive end Ziggy Ansah (ankle) is questionable after a Friday return to practice. The Steelers won’t possess safety Shamarko Thomas (ankle) and it also looks like linebacker LaMarr Woodley (calf) will also miss the game. Guard Ramon Foster (ankle) and defensive finish Brett Keisel (foot) are sketchy.

Falcons with Buccaneers

Broad receiver Harry Douglas (knee) plus tight end Tony Gonzalez (toe) are questionable for the Falcons after limited practices on Friday. Defensive tackles Peria Jerry (toe) plus Corey Peters (knee) are sketchy as well, as is running back Jerrika Snelling (knee). That determination has been made before news of Snelling’s arrest came to light, however. Defensive end Da’Quan Bowers (concussion) plus wide receiver Chris Owusu (foot) are questionable for the Buccaneers.

Chargers at Dolphins

Tackle King Dunlap (neck) is out for San Diego. Safety Jahleel Addae (ankle), center Nick Hardwick (neck), linebacker Jarret Johnson (hamstring), running back Le’Ron McClain (ankle) and wide recipient Eddie Royal (toe) are all sketchy. Cornerback Dimitri Patterson (groin), center Mike Pouncey (illness) and wide receiver Mike Wallace (hamstring) are usually questionable for Miami.

49ers at Saints

The 49ers ruled out defensive tackle Ray McDonald (ankle) and listed tight end Garrett Celek (hamstring) as doubtful. They have more hope for tight end Vernon Davis (concussion), wide receiver Mario Manningham (knee), running back Bruce Miller (hamstring), safety Eric Reid (concussion) and linebacker Dan Skuta (foot) after listing them as sketchy. Concussions will keep Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro and tight end Benjamin Watson off the field for the Saints. Tight end Jimmy Graham (elbow, foot) and safety Malcolm Jenkins (knee) are set to return.

Packers at Giants

The Packers remain hopeful that tackle Wear Barclay (knee) will be able to play after listing him as questionable. Linebacker Nick Perry (foot) is doubtful after returning to action last week. Cornerback Corey Webster (groin, ankle) has gone out again and defensive end Jerrika Pierre-Paul (shoulder) is questionable after missing two days of practice.

Vikings at Seahawks

The Vikings appear ready to start quarterback Alfredia Ponder (left shoulder) and operating back Adrian Peterson (groin) can also be good to go. Tight end Kyle Rudolph (foot) remains out for Minnesota. Broad receiver Percy Harvin (hip) is set to make his Seahawks debut against the team that traded him in order to Seattle. It also looks like they’ll get tackle Breno Giacomini (knee) plus center Max Unger (concussion) back in the lineup.

Chiefs at Broncos

The Chiefs come out of their bye with seven players listed as probable and no one in danger of lacking the game because of injury. The Broncos probably won’t have cornerback Champion Bailey (foot) but the much-watched ankle joint of quarterback Peyton Manning isn’t going to keep him from the field on Sunday night.

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