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Week 19 Early Injury Report


Quarterback

QB Mark Brunell - WAS

Despite his off game last Saturday, Brunell indicated that his right knee (MCL sprain) did not trouble him during the game.


Running Back

RB Heath Evans - NE

Evans was inactive on Saturdy due to his injured shoulder, after being listed as probable on Friday's injury report.

RB Clinton Portis - WAS

Portis was limited on Saturday due to a nerve injury (stinger) in his shoulder that was aggravated, causing numbness in one arm. He has soreness in both shoulders, and is also playing through a wrist injury that may require off-season surgery to correct. He is expected to be held out of practices this week to rest his injuries, but also is expected to play in the game vs. Seattle this week.


Wide Receiver

WR Marvin Harrison - IND

Harrison tested his hand briefly in the season finale, and reported no problems handling the ball - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Harrison in the lineup for the game vs. Pittsburgh.

WR Darrell Jackson - SEA

Jackson, who was rested in the season finale due to soreness in his right knee, is expected to play in the playoff game unless he suffers a setback this week.

WR Bethel Johnson - NE

Johnson was inactive on Sunday due to his injured knee, despite being listed as probable on Friday's injury report.

WR Quincy Morgan - PIT

Morgan suffered a right ankle injury during the game on Sunday, and was forced out of the action. He'll be evaluated further as the week goes along - his status for the next game is up in the air right now.

WR Brandon Stokley - IND

Stokley took the season finale off to rest his sore knee - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Stokley in the lineup on Sunday.

WR James Thrash - WAS

Thrash injured his thumb on Saturday - he's to have screws surgically inserted into the digit, and the teams' trainers will fit him with a splint. They hope he can play this week despite the injury.


Tight End

TE Bryan Fletcher - IND

Fletcher tweaked his groin during the season finale, but the injury is considered minor and he's expected to be available for the game vs. Pittsburgh this week.


Kicker


Offensive Line

OL Chicago Bears - CHI

RG Terrence Metcalf is fighting through a sore shoulder and a knee injury - the team hopes he'll be able to go vs. Carolina, but his status is unclear as of Monday.

OL Indianapolis Colts - IND

RT Ryan Diem is considered day to day heading into the playoff game vs. Pittsburgh - his sprained right MCL may keep him out of the game this week, and if he plays he won't be 100%.


Defensive Line

DL Dwight Freeney - IND

Freeney rested his sore ankle/foot during the season finale - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Freeney in the mix vs. Pittsburgh.

DL Robert Mathis - IND

Mathis rested his sore foot during the season finale - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Mathis in the lineup on Sunday vs. Pittsburgh.

DL Montae Reagor - IND

Reagor sat out the season finale to rest his sore and bruised knees - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Reagor in the lineup vs. Pittsburgh.

DL Corey Simon - IND

Simon sat out the season finale to rest his sore foot - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Simon in the mix on Sunday vs. Pittsburgh.

DL Renaldo Wynn - WAS

Wynn is out of the playoffs due to breaking both bones in his arm - he has already had surgery to insert plates and screws in the injured limb.


Linebacker

LB Tedy Bruschi - NE

Bruschi did not play on Saturday, although he was suited up, because of lingering pain and limping caused by his calf injury - he wasn't able to complete pre-game warmups due to the injury.

LB James Harrison - PIT

Harrison was knocked out of the game on Sunday due to a knee injury - he's being evaluated further right now. The severity of the injury isn't clear as of Monday morning.

LB Cato June - IND

June missed the season finale to rest up his sore knee, ankle and strained groin - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see June in the lineup on Sunday.

LB Al Wilson - DEN

Wilson, who had surgery on his thumb and missed the season finale, is expected to play in the teams' playoff game(s).


Defensive Back

DB Jason David - IND

David tweaked his groin in the season finale, but is fine and expects to play vs. Pittsburgh.

DB Andre Dyson - SEA

Dyson, who was rested in the season finale, was still suffering soreness in his injured ankle and couldn't practice last week. Coach Holmgren "hopes" that Dyson can play in the team's upcoming playoff game, but Dyson's status is up in the air as of Monday.

DB Bob Sanders - IND

Sanders sat out the season finale to rest his sore back - the team reports that all of their walking wounded have improved due to the 2 weeks off, and expects to see Sanders in the lineup.

DB Shawn Springs - WAS

Springs is expected in the lineup vs. Seattle, as his sore groin has improved during his absence from the field - he couldn't go for the wild-card round, though, so keep an eye on his injury status as the next game approaches.

DB Darrent Williams - DEN

Williams, who has missed the final quarter of the season due to a groin injury, said last week that "I'm ready. As of right now I think I'll be ready to play in the playoffs." If he's right, the Broncos will have more depth to work with in the secondary.




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