NFL Week Six Injuries: Jonathan Taylor, Nahim Hines off the Colts. Bush’s Shaquille Barrett has been added to the injury report

Week 6 of the NFL started on Thursday with leaders taller than bearAnd now we have a full Sunday list to look forward to as there’s no shortage of great matches. This large collection of games may contain previews of conference tournaments with Cowboys And the the Eagles Go to toe in Philadelphia and Invoices And the heads duking it out at Arrowhead. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

Of course, with a new week of gaming comes a new batch of infections that we need to keep track of. As the teams wrap up their training week, they’ve released their final injury reports and posted match statuses for Week 6. Below, you’ll be able to find each of these reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest injuries.

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The 49 players are hoping to get a Bossa for the sixth week despite suffering from a groin injury. However, San Francisco still dropped several strong hitters, including left-handers Williams and Kinlaw. Kicker Ruby Gold was not included in the injury report, which indicates he will play on Sunday.

Atlanta will be without their defensive signal at Walker on Sunday, so someone will have to take that responsibility against the 49ers. For his role on the field, rookie Troy Andersen should see more work. Meanwhile, it looks like Bates, who has been limited in practice this week, will have a chance to play this week after sitting in front of a team pirate.

  • patriots: LB Josh Uche (hamstring), CB Jonathan Jones (ankle), WR Nelson Agholor (hamstring) out; QB Mac Jones (ankle), DL Christian Barmore (knee), DL Lawrence Guy (shoulder), RB Damien Harris (hamstring), LB Raekwon McMillan (thumb), WR Jakobi Meyers (knee), TE Jonnu Smith (ankle)
  • Brown: DE Jadeveon Clowney (ankle, knee, elbow), CB Denzel Ward (concussion), OT Joe Haeg (concussion) OUT

Could Jones return this weekend in Cleveland? The Patriots did not rule out a quarterback start and officially listed it as questionable for Week 6 after participating in practice all week in a limited fashion. Bill Belichick said Friday that the midfielder is “making a good improvement.” If he can’t go, it will be Billy Zappy who will start for the second week in a row.

The Patriots, Jones and Agollor were ruled out on Saturday. Jones is not left out and will go to Cleveland. Ditto with Harris.

Cleveland will lose two of its best defensive players on Sunday at Clooney World. For Clowney, this is the third game this season he will miss and the first since he initially returned from a two-game absence in Week Five.

The Jets have not given injury labels to defensive end Karl Lawson (ankle), nor linebackers CJ Mosley (hip) and Quincy Williams (ankle), so they are all expected to play.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who missed training on Wednesday with a right thumb injury, does not hold an injury rating heading into this game with the Jets after fully participating in the past two days. Meanwhile, Gary was added to the injury report on Thursday and is exercising in a limited capacity on Friday.

Jones was limited in practice throughout the week and was able to play through his ankle injury in week five, albeit only three times on eight goals. Jones was also limited, which indicates he has a good chance of playing this week.

The Colts will be looking for some revenge after being overwhelmed by the Jaguars a few weeks ago, but they’ll have to do it without some newbies. Leonard will miss his fifth game of the season due to several issues, and the downed Bey will miss for the second year with an ankle injury. Taylor was limited to practice on Thursday and Friday, while Haynes was a full participant on Friday. And he suffered a terrible head injury last Thursday against the Broncos.

Both Taylor and Haynes are out for Sunday. Deon Jackson and Phillip Lindsay are expected to get the bulk of the work at RB.

For the Vikings, Mattison is suspect due to a shoulder injury. He was limited in practice all week. As for Wonnum, he appeared on Thursday’s injury report, and he missed his last two training sessions with the illness.

Dolphins starts third-series rookie quarterback Skylar Thompson on Sunday, but Bridgewater is expected to clear in time to back him up. Some wonder if he will get time to play, which could certainly affect the outcome of this match. Mostert being dubious is something to watch, as he made his first 100-yard game of the season last week. He was restricted Thursday and Friday due to a knee injury. Left Intervention Armstead hasn’t trained all week due to a toe injury, but he’s questionable to play.

Teddy Bridgewater cleared the concussion protocol. He’ll back up from Thomson Sunday.

  • Bengals: WR Tee Higgins (ankle), OT Jonah Williams (knee), TE Hayden Hurst (thigh) Question
  • saints: WR Deonte Harty (foot), WR Jarvis Landry (ankle), WR Michael Thomas (foot), CB Marshon Lattimore (abdomen), Payton Turner (chest) OUT; WR Chris Olave (concussion), G Calvin Throckmorton (hip), CB Paulson Adebo (knee), S Marcus Maye (rib), DT Malcolm Roach (ankle), QB Jameis Winston (back, ankle) Question

Higgins was able to return to training in a limited fashion on Friday, an encouraging sign for his position this weekend in New Orleans. This likely means it’s a playtime decision, so it’s worth keeping a close eye on his situation. The same goes for Williams, who also returned to training on a limited basis after missing the first two sessions with a knee injury. Hurst has been limited all week.

Head coach Dennis Allen has already announced Andy Dalton will start on Sunday against the Bengals, but Winston is listed as questionable after being limited all week in practice. Meanwhile, Allen said Thomas is making progress in his recovery from a foot injury, but he’s not ready to come back yet. Rookie Olaf trained fully on Friday, so if he clears up his concussion protocol, he could be a touch boost in the New Orleans pass-through game.

For the second week in a row, the Ravens will miss Pittman, who missed last week’s game with a foot injury. Bateman hasn’t trained all week. Hill was restricted in the previous practitioners but is officially questionable. Intervention Ronnie Stanley (ankle) does not carry a 6th week rating.

It would be New York again without Golladay and Toney, but they might get rookie Robinson back in again because he’s in doubt in play. Robinson has been out with a knee injury since week one. Meanwhile, Williams has been limited in practice all week and is officially in doubt. Also, running back Saquon Barkley (shoulder) does not carry any injury prior to this match.

The positive news in Tampa Bay is that Chris Goodwin (hip and knee joint) is being taken off the injury report and holds no rating to enter his sixth week. He was fully involved in Friday’s training. Barrett was added to the injury report on Saturday after falling ill. It will be questionable on Sunday.

Pittsburgh High will have plenty of holes to fill as it faces Tom Brady this weekend where it will be without Fitzpatrick, Sutton, Witherspoon and Wallace. Not only is the minor player seriously hurt by the injury, but Kenny Beckett won’t have Freiermuth in this match either.

  • leopards: WR Laviska Shenault Jr. (hamstring), CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver (thigh) out; QB Baker Mayfield (Ankle) DOUBTFUL; CB Jesse Horn (ribs), CBCG Henderson (knee), LP Frankie Lofo (shoulder), CB Donut Jackson (ankle), J. Cameron Irving (thigh), Robbie Anderson (disease)
  • rams: C Brian Allen (knee), RB Cam Akers (personal) OUT; WR Cooper Kupp (foot), TE Tyler Higbee (ankle), DT Aaron Donald (foot), DB Cobie Durant (hamstring), QB John Wolford (neck)

Carolina has a complete laundry list of players included in the final injury report. Notably, starters Horn and Jackson both dropped out of training on Friday, so they aren’t heading in a great direction despite their questionable marks. However, Steve Wilkes said Friday that Jackson “should be fine.” Meanwhile, the door is slightly open for Mayfield to be active this week after the team listed him as suspect, but PJ Walker took all first-team representatives into training as Mayfield missed the entire week with an ankle injury. Walker would start, but Mayfield might back him up.

Rams will miss the starting position with an ankle injury, but the title of LA is Akers won’t play Because of a personal matter. Head coach Sean McVeigh said the team is working through the situation, but declined to speculate on Akers’ future with the team. so interesting. The bad news for the Rams doesn’t stop there, as the best players in Kupp and Donald are questionable. Both were limited in practice on Friday.

  • basics: RB James Conner (ribs), CB Trayvon Mullen (hamstring), K Matt Prater (hip), RB Darrel Williams (knee) OUT; OL Rodney Hudson (knee), OL Max Garcia (toe), DL Rashard Lawrence (hand), CB Byron Murphy Jr. (thigh)
  • Seahawks: WR Benny Hart (hamstring) out; OG Gabe Jackson (knee/hip), NT Al Woods (knee) DOUBTFUL; Dee Shelby Harris (hip), CB Artie Burns (thigh), WRD Eskridge (disease), S Joy Blount (calf), WR Marquis Goodwin (knee/back) Q

The Cardinals could be short of several starters this week. Cliff Kingsbury coach Cliff Kingsbury said Corey Clement will be promoted from the coaching staff to support Eno Benjamin and Keauntai Ingram after two of the teams were knocked out. Hudson is the other important player to watch. He was limited in practice on Friday, and it would be a game-time decision.

Hart is the only Seahawk left out at this point, but Jackson and Woods are listed as suspect. Both did not train on Friday. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the Goodwin’s wide receiver is ready to go despite the questionable naming, and that Eskridge “should be fine,” said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. per ESPN.

Bills in heads

Bills became healthier in time for their confrontation with the presidents. All-Pro Safety Jordan Poyer trained fully on Friday and holds no designation to enter Week 6, which means he is in line to return to the club this week after losing time with a rib injury. Tremaine Edmunds (hamstrings) and Dawson Knox’s tight end (foot, hamstrings) also don’t have any label.

Kansas City will finally recall Harrison Boetker this week as the veteran holds no injury rating prior to this game with Buffalo. Poetker twisted his left ankle in the season opener against the Cardinal and hasn’t kicked since.

Cowboys in Eagles

Prescott is listed as questionable to play, but Cooper Rush is expected to start again. The real headline of the Cowboys’ injury report is that Lamb is questionable, as it appears he picked up a hip injury midweek, and didn’t train on Friday.

On the other hand, eagles are fairly healthy. Joby was a limited participant on Thursday and Friday, while Robinson featured in Friday’s injury report with an ankle problem.

  • Bronco: Unavailable
  • chargers: Unavailable

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