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  • 04 June 2019
    导出博客文章NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries across the league for Week
    11.AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West NFC East | NFC North | NFC South |
    NFC WestAFC EASTBuffalo BillsRex Ryan says the Bills are healthier than theyve
    been in a while, and hes right. DT Marcell Dareus, however, remains the biggest
    injury question mark. He was limited in Wednesdays practice because of a groin
    injury that kept him out of a Nov. 7 loss to Seattle. Signs are pointing to him
    being available this Sunday in Cincinnati, though. -- Mike RodakMiami
    DolphinsStarting left tackle Branden Albert is ruled out for Sundays game in Los
    Angeles because of a wrist injury. Albert dislocated his left wrist and returned
    to last weeks game with a cast, but Miami figured the long-term risk continuing
    to play Albert, who is one of the teams most important offensive linemen, was
    too much this week. -- James WalkerNew England PatriotsTom Brady (right quad)
    said he should be ready for action, but one thing that bears monitoring is how
    much he practices this week. Meanwhile, Rob Gronkowski (chest) took a big hit
    from safety Earl Thomas and said the wind was knocked out of him, but that isnt
    all, as he is injured and it could affect his status for Sundays game. It doesnt
    get much bigger than those two players for the Patriots, who also have WR Chris
    Hogan (back) on the injury report. Gronkowski was the only player not present at
    Wednesdays practice.?-- Mike ReissNew York JetsThe Jets have a bye week to get
    healthy. The headline injury is Ryan Fitzpatricks left-knee sprain, which kept
    him on the bench last week. He looked fine Tuesday in practice, but Fitzpatrick
    has said there could be stability issues. On Monday, Todd Bowles will announce
    his QB decision: Fitzpatrick or Bryce Petty.?-- Rich CiminiAFC NORTHBaltimore
    RavensCornerback Jimmy Smith missed Wednesdays practice because of a back
    injury, but the Ravens dont seem too concerned. He should be out there Sunday,
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. Baltimore plays the Cowboys on Sunday and will
    rely on Smith to match up against Dez Bryant. Overall, it was a good day for the
    Ravens, who watched four injured players (guard Marshal Yanda, linebackers Elvis
    Dumervil and Kamalei Correa and cornerback Shareece Wright) return to practice.
    -- Jamison HensleyCincinnati BengalsRey Maualuga (fibula) appeared at practice
    for the first time since last week, but he was simply working off to the side.
    That doesnt change their game plan much, as Maualugas playing time is dependent
    on the game and has been sporadic. The Bengals also have to make a decision as
    to whether they want to activate Brandon Thompson, who tore his ACL last season,
    off the physically unable to perform list. -- Katherine TerrellCleveland
    BrownsRobert Griffin III was cleared for non-contact work Wednesday, but the
    Browns did not designate him to return, and he cant practice until they do. The
    signs all point to Griffin returning -- if he can -- on Dec. 11 against
    Cincinnati. That would give him two weeks plus a bye to get himself fully
    healthy. -- Pat McManamonPittsburgh SteelersWith defensive end Cam Heyward out
    for the season because of a pectoral injury, the Steelers could use former
    first-round pick Bud Dupree to crack the lineup. Dupree is still on injured
    reserve because of a groin injury but is practicing with the team. He wants to
    play this week. Getting his game-ready explosion back is the final step, he
    says. After the Steelers run-defense issues against Dallas, the group needs
    support, and a few sacks. -- Jeremy FowlerAFC SOUTHHouston TexansNT Vince
    Wilfork (groin), WR Will Fuller (leg) and CB A.J. Bouye (ankle) all practiced
    Wednesday after missing Sundays game against the Jaguars. All three are
    day-to-day, and because the Texans play Monday night, there was no injury report
    Wednesday. RB Lamar Miller said his shoulder was feeling a lot better than it
    did the past two games, but he still has been limited, playing less than he was
    at the beginning of the season. On Sunday, he had 15 carries for 83 yards. --
    Sarah BarshopIndianapolis ColtsThe Colts are dealing with some minor injuries
    but nothing they didnt expect. In fact theyre on pace to have their entire
    starting offensive unit for the first time since Week 1 against Tennessee on
    Sunday. The only lingering question mark is guard Denzelle Good, who missed
    practice Wednesday because of an illness. Continuity is great, having all the
    playmakers that you have on the outside, all the skill positions available and
    healthy certainly doesnt hurt, coach Chuck Pagano said. -- Mike
    WellsJacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars are surprisingly healthy considering how
    late in the season it is. Several players have nagging injuries -- such as RT
    Jermey Parnell (groin), LT Kelvin Beachum (knee) and WR Marqise Lee (ankle) --
    but they are all expected to play against Detroit on Sunday. The Jaguars cant
    use injuries as an excuse for being 2-7. ?-- Mike DiRoccoTennessee TitansThe
    Titans remain exceptionally healthy. Only one player is on the injury report so
    far this week. And Wednesdays off might be the way things go for DeMarco Murray
    the rest of the way. The Titans havent had their bye yet, and while Mike
    Mularkey said Monday that Murrays toe was better the day after the game than it
    was the week before, the team is being cautious with the player who gets the
    most touches on offense. -- Paul KuharskyAFC WESTDenver BroncosThe Broncos are
    on their bye and one player who could certainly use that rest is QB Trevor
    Siemian. Siemian has missed one start, then played with a left shoulder injury
    he suffered in the teams Week 4 win in Tampa. He was battered last Sunday in the
    win over New Orleans, having been sacked six times and hit another 11 times in
    the pocket. He received an injection in his non-throwing shoulder before
    adjourning for the bye, as the team hoped the injury would settle down a bit
    during the time off. He was also held out of most of Tuesdays practice to give
    him a break from throwing. Siemian said, just before the team left for the days
    off that the rest will be good, but Ill be ready to go when we come back. --
    Jeff LegwoldKansas City ChiefsCB Marcus Peters didnt practice Wednesday because
    of a hip pointer, but the Chiefs dont appear concerned he will miss Sundays game
    against the Buccaneers. Peters was injured in Sundays win over Carolina. After
    missing a couple of snaps, Peters not only finished the game but made one of the
    biggest plays by forcing and recovering a fumble in the final minute to set up
    the winning field goal. -- Adam TeicherOakland RaidersThe Raiders returned from
    their bye Wednesday with a light walkthrough given that they are essentially a
    day behind with a Monday Night Football affair in Mexico City against the Texans
    up next. As such, there were no updates on the injured duo of DT Stacy McGee,
    who has missed the past two games because of a hurt ankle, and CB Sean Smith,
    who sat out Oaklands most recent game because of a shoulder issue. Thursdays
    practice should tell more of the tale. -- Paul GutierrezSan Diego ChargersThe
    Chargers could use a boost to the passing game from receiver Travis Benjamin,
    who has been dealing with a sprained right knee he suffered late in the game
    against the Raiders in Week 5. Benjamin played only seven snaps two weeks ago
    against the Titans, and sat out San Diegos loss to the Dolphins last week. The
    Chargers hope with another seven days rest during the bye week that Benjamin can
    return to the field for a Week 12 contest against the Texans. -- Eric D.
    WilliamsNFC EASTDallas CowboysThe Cowboys are at the point in the season when
    its about maintenance. Tyron Smith has back and hip flexor injuries he is
    playing through. Doug Free has had leg issues. DeMarcus Lawrence has back and
    shoulder issues. The Cowboys want to make sure those players are ready for game
    day, if not a practice. Because they have played a lot of games, the Cowboys are
    confident they will be able to handle limited practice work and still be able to
    play effectively. Safety Barry Church has started doing resistance training in
    his rehab from forearm surgery. -- Todd ArcherNew York GiantsWR Victor Cruz is
    trying to make it back after missing Monday nights win over the Bengals because
    of an ankle injury. Cruz was listed as a limited participant in practice
    Wednesday, but barring a setback, should be able to play Sunday against the
    Bears. The Giants missed him against the Bengals as rookie Roger Lewis struggled
    in his place. Cruz is unlikely to return in a full-time role this weekend, but
    he would be a welcome addition to the rotation. -- Jordan RaananPhiladelphia
    EaglesTE Zach Ertz was limited in practice Wednesday because of a hamstring
    injury. With 14 catches for 152 yards over his past two games, Ertz has been a
    bigger factor in the offense of late. This is a key injury to watch in front of
    Sundays game against Seattle. Starting CB Nolan Carroll remains in concussion
    protocol. Fellow corner Leodis McKelvin says hell play despite a hamstring
    injury. -- Tim McManusWashington RedskinsWR DeSean Jackson was limited Wednesday
    because of a rotator cuff injury in his left shoulder. Thats a good sign, but
    Redskins coach Jay Gruden said they still have no idea if Jackson will be
    available for Sundays game against Green Bay. Jackson did not play last week but
    also never attempted to practice. The Redskins want to make sure his range of
    motion has fully returned and that, because they play again four days later, he
    wont hurt himself worse. At one point this appeared to be a two-week injury, but
    there is a level of hope. How much so, though, remains to be seen. -- John
    KeimNFC NORTHChicago BearsThe Bears finally got some good news, as RB Jordan
    Howards name did not appear on Wednesdays injury report. Coach John Fox said
    after Chicagos 36-10 loss to Tampa that Howard suffered either an ankle or
    Achilles injury. But Howard practiced without restrictions Wednesday, meaning he
    should start Sunday in New York. NT Eddie Goldman (ankle) and RT Bobby Massie
    (concussion) were among the players to sit out. Fox hinted Massie could be back
    soon, but defensive coordinator Vic Fangio said Goldman had a setback versus the
    Bucs. Goldman missed six weeks this year because of a high ankle sprain. -- Jeff
    DickersonDetroit LionsDeAndre Levy (knee) returned to practice Wednesday for the
    first time since Week 1, but practicing and playing in a game are two different
    things. Detroit has typically been conservative when players are coming back
    from injuries, so his practice level will be monitored throughout the week.
    This, though, is a good sign the Lions will have their best linebacker -- and
    their top coverage linebacker -- back for their attempted run at the playoffs.
    Detroit is pretty healthy overall as the bye gave players time to rest. --
    Michael RothsteinGreen Bay PackersClay Matthews has been down this road before:
    less than two weeks ago, he returned to practice and proclaimed himself ready to
    play, only to experience a setback with his hamstring injury. The Pro Bowl
    outside linebacker was back on the practice field Wednesday, but until he makes
    it through an entire week without a problem, it wont be safe to assume hell
    return. The concern on the other side of the ball is with the offensive line,
    where LT David Bakhtiari (knee) and RG T.J. Lang (ankle) couldnt finish last
    Sundays game. Bakhtiari practiced with a brace on his right knee Wednesday, but
    Lang was not on the field. -- Rob DemovskyMinnesota VikingsCaptain Munnerlyn
    (ankle) missed last Sundays game because of an ankle injury, and the Vikings got
    a reminder of how much they need their nickel cornerback in a loss to the
    Redskins. Munnerlyn wasnt able to practice Wednesday, and given how many ways
    the Cardinals can attack Minnesotas defense, the Vikings will hope Munnerlyn is
    able to return for Sundays game at U.S. Bank Stadium. He did some work in
    practice last Friday, and was working on the side with members of the Vikings
    training staff on Wednesday. -- Ben GoesslingNFC SOUTHAtlanta FalconsThe timing
    for the return of Pro Bowl CB Desmond Trufant remains up in the air as Trufant
    continues to recover from a shoulder/pectoral injury. Falcons coach Dan Quinn
    says he firmly expects Trufant back this season despite the alarming pectoral
    aspect related to the injury. In fact, Quinn is hopeful Trufant will return to
    practice next week after the bye in preparation for the Falcons next game
    against Arizona on Nov. 27. If Trufant remains sidelined, second-year player
    Jalen Collins will continue to receive increased time as the starter. -- Vaughn
    McClureCarolina PanthersCenter Ryan Kalil is listed as questionable for Thursday
    nights game against New Orleans, but coach Ron Rivera called it a good
    questionable. In other words, Kalil will start after missing the past two games
    because of a shoulder injury. Thats good news for QB Cam Newton, who took two
    sacks and threw a pick-six on Sunday because of pressure up the middle due to
    miscommunication. Thats also good for the running game that has struggled
    without the five-time Pro Bowler. As Newton said, Kalil is his hidden jewel. --
    David NewtonNew Orleans SaintsCB Delvin Breaux is questionable after missing
    practice this week. Its unclear if he suffered a setback after returning two
    weeks ago from a broken fibula, or if the Saints are just giving him extra rest
    on a short week. But it would be a big blow if he is out or limited on Thursday
    night, since hes their best and most physical cornerback -- their best bet to
    match up against physical Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin. -- Mike TriplettTampa Bay
    BuccaneersCenter Joe Hawley missed last weeks game because of a knee injury, and
    his replacement, Evan Smith, could be out multiple weeks because of a Grade 2
    MCL sprain. Offensive coordinator Todd Monken said Wednesday that he was hopeful
    Hawley could play. Last week, Ben Gottschalk, who got his first time in an NFL
    game, had to take over for Smith. Gottschalk hadnt snapped the ball to QB Jameis
    Winston since training camp last year. Going into such a hostile place like
    Arrowhead Stadium, where nonverbal communication is imperative for Winston and
    his offensive line, they really need Hawley back. -- Jenna LaineNFC WESTArizona
    CardinalsTheres really no way WR Larry Fitzgerald would miss Sundays game in
    Minnesota despite being sore with ankle and knee injuries. But no one should be
    surprised if Fitzgerald plays through whatever pain hes in to have a monster
    game. Thats just how he is. But other question marks will be S Deone Bucannon
    (ankle) and DT Corey Peters (foot). -- Josh WeinfussLos Angeles RamsDE Robert
    Quinn admitted himself to a local hospital Monday morning with a
    non-football-related illness, and though he was back observing practice by
    Tuesday, Quinns status for Sundays game against the Dolphins remains in
    question. Quinn is the Rams best edge rusher, a man who can steal some of the
    attention away from star defensive tackle Aaron Donald. The Rams could also be
    without their main backup defensive end, Eugene Sims, who is going through the
    concussion protocol. -- Alden GonzalezSan Francisco 49ersCB Rashard Robinson
    made significant progress in his return from a sprained knee last week when he
    returned to practice on a limited basis and was questionable for the game
    against Arizona. Robinson even went through a light workout before that game. He
    looks as if hes progressing toward getting back in this week, which would be
    good for a 49ers secondary that was scorched for 376 yards by Carson Palmer last
    week, and now faces Tom Brady & Co. this week. -- Nick WagonerSeattle
    SeahawksRB Thomas Rawls (fibula) is expected to play Sunday for the first time
    since Week 2. If he makes it through the week, hes going to play considerably
    because hes in great shape, and hes ready to do that, Pete Carroll said. But
    were not going to overplay him or try to take it too far too soon. The Seahawks
    will most likely ease Rawls back in. Expect C.J. Prosise to lead the team in
    touches against the Eagles, but Rawls should be in the mix. And the coaches are
    hoping the tandem can lead the run game down the stretch. -- Sheil Kapadia
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    fourth-round pick and punter Kasey Redfern in exchange for Lee and a 2017
    seventh-round pick.The defending NFC champions had hoped veteran Mike Scifres
    would fill the void left by Brad Nortman, who signed with Jacksonville in free
    agency. However, Scifres, the former Chargers punter, injured his kicking
    (right) knee in Fridays preseason game when a New England player ran into him on
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    as he rehabbed offseason surgery on his left knee.The Browns traded Lee three
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    average (46.2 yards), eighth all time in net average (39.5) and ninth all time
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    46.7-yard gross average and 40.1-yard net average in 2015.In 2011, Lee recorded
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