Week 11 got underway on Thursday night with the Bengals and Ravens clashing in Baltimore, and injuries were a predominant storyline throughout the divisional head-to-head. Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury, Mark Andrews (ankle) is also feared to be done for the year, and even Lamar Jackson seemed hobbled by an ankle ailment.
Injuries are an inevitable piece of the puzzle in the NFL and will again be a central focus as we move toward the full slate of games on Sunday. Already, we know that the Browns will be without Deshaun Watson (shoulder) for the year, and there are a number of other situations that we’ll monitor below.
Here’s a look at all of the final injury reports for Week 11.
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Fitzpatrick will miss his third game in a row due to a hamstring injury he suffered back in Week 8. Meanwhile, Neal is dealing with a rib injury he suffered last week. While Freiermuth is officially listed as questionable, he did log back-to-back full practices, so it does seem like he is trending toward being activated off of IR and playing in Week 11.
The big story with Cleveland has been Deshaun Watson suffering a season-ending shoulder injury, which is thrusting rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson under center. On Friday, the team ruled out Goodwin and Thornhill after neither was able to practice. Meanwhile, Dunn had his practice window opened this week and was a full participant in practice. He will need to be moved to the active roster to be eligible to play Sunday.
The big news for the Bears centers around the players they’ll be getting back this week. They did not give quarterback Justin Fields an injury designation for this game after he was able to practice fully throughout the week, meaning he will start on Sunday. Running back Khalil Herbert also has no designation and will be activated onto the roster as the team previously opened his…
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Author : Tyler Sullivan
Publish date : 2023-11-17 23:01:33
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