UNDERSTANDING THE NFL'S INJURY REPORT
The injury report released by the NFL is two reports. The first is the Practice Participation report, which lists which injured players were able to practice and how much. It also includes players who rested or missed practice for non-injury related reasons. The second is the Game Status Report, which gives the probability a player will play, i.e. Questionable, Doubtful, Out. The Practice Participation Report is released every day of the week (Monday through Saturday). The Game Status Report is released with the Friday participation report (Wednesday for Thursday games, Saturday for Monday games).
In this feature, I'll include the Game Status Listing, my expectation of their likelihood to play, and the player's practice participation throughout the week.
PLAYER | INJURY | GAME STATUS LISTING | FOOTBALLGUYS EXPECTATION
Practice Participation Listing by Day
* = playing on Monday night
^ = playing on Tuesday night
I'll also include a table at the bottom of the article for easy reference.
Here's the latest on every relevant injured player on the practice participation and game status report this week:
Fast Track High Impact News and Notes
Scroll down for full details, extensive updates, and the complete table of projected availability.
COVID notes: The Patriots have another confirmed player positive and are in the process of further testing. While the NFL continues to evaluate options, the Broncos - Patriots game is currently considered likely to be played.
The Denver - New England game has been canceled.
Trending Doubtful (Likely Inactive)
Trending Probable (Expected to Play)
- QB Lamar Jackson
- WR Michael Thomas - OUT per Adam Schefter
- TE Mark Andrews
- RB Joe Mixon
- WR Deebo Samuel
- RB Raheem Mostert
- QB Jimmy Garoppolo
- RB Phillip Lindsay
- WR Henry Ruggs III
- WR Laviska Shenault Jr
- RB Zack Moss
- RB Cam Akers
Added to Active Roster From Injured Reserve
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