NFL Week 16 Injury Report: Jalen Hurts and Ryan Tannehill ruled out; Trayvon Diggs is questionable due to illness

The 2022 NFL season is coming to a close, and all 32 teams are dealing with injuries. Several starting quarterbacks are set to miss this week with an injury, which could dramatically change the picture of the game in both conferences. There is also a disease circulating in the locker rooms of the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs.

Below, we’ll break down the official injury reports from every NFL team scheduled to play this weekend. Who? Who came out? Who is heading in the right direction? This is your one-stop-shop for everything NFL injury-related this week.

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Basham hadn’t been able to practice all week, so it wasn’t too surprising to see him miss this match and the same goes for Morse. Oliver appeared on the injury report on Wednesday with a calf injury and trained on a limited basis before not participating on Thursday. This downward path is not trending positively until Saturday. Meanwhile, linebacker Matt Milano (knee) was a full participant Thursday after being limited to the start of the week.

Chicago still holds out some hope that Claypool, Jenkins and/or Whitehare will play this week, despite not participating in practice for at least the last two sessions. Johnson was a fresh addition to the injury report Thursday after being a full participant at the start of the week. It is now listed as doubtful due to finger and rib injuries.

Despite not having practiced this week, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Walker is likely to play this weekend, along with the rest of the Seattle players listed as questionable in Week 16.

The disease appears to be making its way around the Chiefs as a number of players have been included in the injury report with one this week. Specifically, it affected Saunders (he hasn’t trained all week) and Bosh. However, Bush was back as a full participant on Thursday, so he’s heading in a positive direction.

Jackson and La Lemieux managed to hit the practice field this week, so they’ve been disqualified. On the plus side, these are the only two players included in the latest injury report, as Evan Neal (shoulder), Leonard Williams (neck) and Kevon Thibodeau (elbow) were not given a rating after being tied up all week.

Minnesota will be without Bradbury after a back injury sidelined him for the week. While Kendricks was listed as questionable with a groin injury, he was a full participant in Thursday’s practice to cap off the week.

Edoga would miss his third straight game with the Falcons due to a nagging knee injury that plagued the linebacker. Aside from that, Atlanta are on their way to this matchup healthy.

Although officially listed as questionable, Huntley would start for the Ravens in this game with Jackson sidelined with a knee injury. He was a limited participant in practice on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

After not practicing this week due to a hamstring injury, Olaf has been ruled out by the Saints. New Orleans will also miss Landry with an ankle injury. Pete also appeared on Thursday’s injury report after missing the session with an illness that has now made him a suspect.

Clowney has been on concussion protocol all week, so he’s been ruled out for Week 16. Meanwhile, Johnson is headed in a positive direction after practicing on a limited basis on Thursday after sitting out both Tuesday and Wednesday.

  • Texas: WR Nico Collins (foot), OL Kenyon Green (ankle) OUT; OL Justin McCray (hamstring), WR Chris Moore (foot), WR Brandin Cooks (calf), DB Steven Nelson (foot and knee)
  • titans: QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle), LB Dylan Cole (ankle), G Nate Davis (ankle), CB Kristian Fulton (groin), C Ben Jones (concussion), CB Terrance Mitchell (hamstring), DB Josh Thompson ( concussion) OUT; CB Tre Avery (concussion), G Aaron Brewer (rib), S Amani Hooker (knee), T Nicholas Petit-Frere (ankle), WR Treylon Burks (concussion) Q.

Houston has seen Chefs fully practice the past two days, which bodes well for his chances to play on Saturday despite it being officially listed as questionable. Both of the other players listed as questionable practiced on a full or limited basis on Thursday, so they’re heading in a good direction, too.

Tennessee entered Week 16 on a high note, but no injury garnered more attention than Tannehill, who was ruled out with an ankle injury. This means Malik Willis is ready to start against Houston. Willis could get Burks back into action after he was fully involved in practice throughout the week as he looks to clear concussion protocol.

Bares and Ragnow were both able to practice on a limited basis on Thursday, giving them a chance to play in Week 16 despite those questionable signs.

Carolina is healthy going into Week 16 with no players included in the final injury report.

  • Bengals: DE Sam Hubbard (hurry) out; CB Galen Davis (thumb), TE Hayden Hurst (calf), CB Cam Taylor Brett (shoulder), DTJ Tofel (illness)
  • Patriots: LS Joe Cardona (ankle), CB Jalen Mills (groin), WR DeVante Parker (concussion) out; RB Damien Harris (thigh), CB Jack Jones (knee), CB Jonathan Jones (chest), WR Jakobi Meyers (shoulder), RB Rhamondre Stevenson (ankle), WR Tyquan Thornton (knee) Q.

Hubbard was unable to practice this week due to a calf injury, so Cincinnati decided to keep him shelved for Week 16. However, the Bengals would catch Trey Hendrickson’s pass in this game, despite suffering a broken wrist. weeks ago. Meanwhile, Taylor-Britt and Toffel were full participants Thursday, despite their questionable scores. Hirst was limited in the final session of the week.

New England will be without Mills for Week 16 due to a groin injury. With that in mind, the statuses of both Jack Jones and Jonathan Jones are worth watching. If those two are also blocked, that means the Patriots’ secondary will be tasked with slowing down this deadly Bengals offense below the top three corners. Meanwhile, Harris and Stevenson were both tied up on Thursday.

Washington will finally see Chase Young’s season debut as no-rated injury for Week 16 after being sidelined for over a year due to an ACL tear he suffered amid the 2021 campaign.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan said with the 49ers that Ward was in the “last steps” to break out of concussion protocol and that the club would know more about his situation on Friday. As for Kinlaw, Shanahan says he expects to be ready for this game having trained the past two days without any setbacks.

Philadelphia made it official by ruling out Hurts for this game against Dallas, meaning he’ll be backup Gardner Minshaw starting Saturday. Hurts did not train at all this week after suffering a right shoulder injury against Chicago.

The glitch appears to be circulating around the Cowboys locker room and affecting two of the team’s most important players on defense. After not practicing to start the week due to illness, Parsons returned on a limited basis. Meanwhile, Diggs did not practice on Thursday due to illness.

Ya-Sin hasn’t practiced all week and the Raiders officially dropped him on Thursday. Meanwhile, every player listed as questionable was able to practice on a limited basis on Thursday.

John and Edmunds weren’t able to practice for the better part of the week, so their questionable scores must be seen as more serious than Jack, who was a full participant during Thursday’s session.

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