NFL Week 12 Injuries: Micah Parsons Cowboys active; Ja’Marr Chase’s eyes are back, and Joe Mixon is unlikely to be playing

Week 12 in the NFL kicks off with a triple header on Thanksgiving Thursday so we can enjoy a side of some turkey. Buffalo and Detroit will lead us to start Cowboys And the giants In the middle game, the Patriots-Vikings will wrap up the holiday in primetime.

Of course, with a new week of games comes a new set of injuries that we need to keep an eye on. As those teams finished their shortened week of training, they released their final injury reports and announced game statuses for Week 12. Meanwhile, the rest of the league hit the field for the first time on Wednesday and pitched their first game. Injury reports for the week. Below, you’ll be able to find each of these reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest infections.

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The Bills would be without Edmonds and Russo in a short week, as none of the starters had practiced all week. Josh Allen (elbow) was limited, but not given an injury rating (he’s played every surprise attack over the past two weeks). In fact, Allen was seen without an elbow sleeve this week.

Epenesa was dubious and Morse was dubious, but both were inactive in the match. Start with cornerback Tre’Davious White playing in his first game of the year.

The Lions will have five starters for Thursday’s Thanksgiving showdown with the Bills because both of their starting guards — Brown and Jackson — won’t be available. DJ Chark was limited most of the week with an ankle injury, but didn’t have any ratings in the game. Reynolds was limited in training Wednesday, but active on Thursday.

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The Giants are battling the injury bug ahead of Thursday’s showdown with the Cowboys, in which Neal will miss his fourth straight game with a knee injury. Nick Gates will start at center with Feliciano out and Jack Anderson is slated to start at left guard. The Giants are running down the offensive line with three players (and Andrew Thomas is excited). They are also the bottom back first in Jackson and Morrow.

Parsons is hit, but he’s officially active and ready to go. Same goes for Wilson and Lawrence, who were initially listed as questionable for playing. Joseph, however, would be inactive, as he was dealing with an illness. Basham and Hankins are also inactive with ailments, although they have always been seen as long-term gamers – both of whom were initially listed as questionable.

Wynn didn’t practice on Wednesday with the foot injury, so the shortened week will see him miss this one. Yodny Cajuste is expected to start in Wynn’s place. If Andrews can’t go, Kody Russey is listed as a backup center on the depth chart.

Darrisaw hasn’t cleared concussion protocol in a short week, so he’s out for the Vikings. Blake Brundle He allowed two runs and four pressures to fill in for Darrisaw last week – and he’s expected to start working again. Tomlinson has been limited in practice all week, but is expected to return for the first time since Week 8.

Tampa Bay was without the nose tackle Vita Vea (foot) and Russell Gage Jr. (hamstring) to open the training week. Elsewhere on the list, running back Leonard Fournette (hip) and guard Luke Goedek (foot) were limited.

Brown gave a number of rest days to the players. Out of these players are safety D’Anthony Bell (concussion), guard Joel Bitonio (illness), offensive lineman Hjalte Froholdt (illness), safety Ronnie Harrison (illness), cornerback Greg Newsome (concussion), and tight end David Njoku ( ankle), knee) were all sidelined. Guard Wyatt Tyler (calf), tackle Jedrick Willis (knee), and defensive tackle Perion Winfrey (concussion) were all limited.

Joe Mixon did not participate due to a concussion. He was joined on the sidelines by defensive end Trey Hendrickson (illness), defensive tackle Jay Tovely (illness) and offensive tackle Lyle Collins (rest). Meanwhile, six Bengals have been limited: linebacker Joe Bache (knee), Jaymar Chase (hip), running back Chris Evans (knee), defensive linebacker Daxton Hill (shoulder), defensive tackle DJ Reader (ankle), and defensive tackle Josh Topow. (hurry).

The Titans had defensive end Denico Autry (knee), kicker Randy Bullock (right calf) and cornerback Christian Fulton (hamstring) in training Wednesday. Derrick Henry was also absent from training, but the team indicated that it was not related to the injury. Center Ben Jones (concussion) and defensive end Jeffrey Simmons (ankle) were limited.

Houston missed rookie defensive back Derek Stingley Jr. with a hamstring injury on Wednesday. Outside of Stingley, the Texans are healthy going into Week 12 as long snapper Jon Weeks as the only other absentee, but it was for reasons other than injury.

Miami opened the week without being penalized by Thomas Morstead (ill) and running back Raheem Mostert (knee). Linebacker Melvin Ingram was also missing from practice, but simply got a veteran’s rest day. Meanwhile, tackles Terron Armstead (toe), linebacker Jerome Baker (hip), quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee), tight end Tanner Conner (knee, back), corner Keion Crossen (shoulder) and defensive tackle Raekwon Davis ( knee) are all limited. .

Justin Fields was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice, but Chicago did a demonstration run, so that was just an estimate. However, this is an encouraging sign that he will at least be there as he deals with a left shoulder injury. Elsewhere on the roster, defensive backs Jaquan Brisker (concussion) and Keeler Gordon (concussion) did not train along with linebacker Sterling Weatherford (concussion).

The big story with the Jets currently is Zach Wilson’s bench. However, in practice, the team saw offensive tackle running back George Fant as New York opened his 21-day practice window after being placed on IR on September 27. calf) did not train, while facing Duane Browns (shoulder), corner Ahmed Gardner (calf), goalkeeper Nate Herbig (leg) and fullback Quincy Williams (ankle) were all limited.

Atlanta had a perfect attendance in practice on Wednesday, but signed up five players as limited entrants: tight end Felipe Franks (calf), linebacker Caleb Huntley (ankle), linebacker Arnold Ibekiti (arm), offensive tackle Chuma Iduga (knee) and defenseman. Galen Dalton (toe) treatment

In Washington, the leaders have tackled linebacker Cole Holcombe (foot), defensive end James Smith Williams (illness), and cornerback Benjamin St. Just (ankle) due to injury. Meanwhile, defensive end Chase Young (knee), tight Logan Thomas (rib), Dax Milne (foot), linebacker David Mayo (hamstring) and quarterback Tyler Larsen (shoulder) were limited.

The Broncos lost five players during practice: receiver KJ Hamler (hamstring), defensive tackle Jonathan Harris (knee), Jerry Goody (ankle), defensive end Jake Martin (knee), and safety K’Waun Williams (wrist, elbow, knee). ). Justin Simmons (knee) and Latavius ​​Murray (wrist) lead the limited-time group.

Carolina was without eight men on Wednesday, including three players with an illness. Wideout Shee Smith, guard Cameron Irving, and tackle Larnell Coleman were sidelined with what the team described as an illness. Safety Miles Hartsfield (ankle), defensive tackle Matthew Ioannidis (calf), tight end Giovanni Ricci (neck), and linebacker Corey Littleton (ankle) are suspended with an injury. Running back D’Onta Foreman was given a rest day. Wide Out Terrace Marshall Jr. (shoulder), quarterback BJ Walker (ankle) and safety Justin Burris (concussion) were limited.

Baltimore suspended quarterback Lamar Jackson from practice with a groin injury. However, John Harbaugh told reporters that Jackson will be playing Sunday in Jacksonville, so this appears to be more of a maintenance day than anything important. Meanwhile, guard Kevin Zettler (ill), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), safety Kyle Hamilton (knee), and cornerback Jalen Armor Davies (hip) have not trained due to injury. Running back Gus Edwards (hamstring and knee) was limited.

The Jaguars did not have any injuries to report.

Cornerbacks Bryce Callahan (groin) and Mike Williams (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday for the Chargers. Tight end Gerald Everett (groin) and punt JK Scott (quadruple right) were limited).

Arizona ran Wednesday, so this initial injury report is an estimate. However, quarterback Kyler Murray (hamstring) is listed as a full participant. Wideout Greg Dortch (thumb), tight end Zach Ertz (knee), offensive lineman DJ Humphries (back), wideout Rondale Moore (groin), and corner Byron Murphy Jr. (back), and safety Charles Washington (chest) have not all trained. Offensive lineman Max Garcia (shoulder), defensive lineman Tristen Hill (foot), and central fullback colts McCoy (right elbow) was limited.

The Raiders had a run on Wednesday so the practice report is an estimate. Midfielder Luke Masterson has been limited by a rib injury, as has Colton Miller, who missed last week’s game.

Upon bye, Seattle had only two outfielders on Wednesday: receiver Dee Eskridge (hand) and defensive end LJ Collier (illness).

Sean McVay has already ruled out quarterback Matthew Stafford (concussion protocol) for Week 12. With John Walford – who was limited on Wednesday – dealing with a neck injury, Brice Perkins He could be in line to start on Sunday in Kansas City. Tight end Tyler Higbee (knee) did not exercise and wide receiver Allen Robinson (ankle) was limited.

The Chiefs were without guard Joe Thuney (ankle) and receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) in practice on Wednesday. Safety Juan Thornhill (calf) was limited while receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) was listed as a full participant.

Defensive end Payton Turner (ankle), linebacker Peter Werner (ankle), and safety JT Gray (hamstring) were missing from Saints practice to start the week. Meanwhile, eight players are listed as Designated Participants: Defensive end Marcus Davenport (calf), tackle James Hearst (concussion), defensive end Cameron Jordan (eye), cornerback Marshawn Latimore (abdomen), guard Andros Pitt (triceps). ), tackle Ryan Ramchick. (rest, knee), running back Mark Ingram (knee) and receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle).

The 49ers were without defensive tackle Eric Armstead (foot, ankle) to start the week of practice. Trent Williams also missed the session, but it wasn’t injury related. Defensive end Samson Ebukam (quadriceps, achilles) and receiver Deebo Samuel (hamstring) were limited.

Green Bay officially listed Aaron Rodgers as a limited participant in practice due to a right thumb injury. The quarterback told reporters Wednesday that he’s privately dealing with a broken thumb dating back to Week 5. Rodgers added that he plans to play the rest of the season through the injury. Meanwhile, neither did David Bakhtiari (knee), linebacker DVonder Campbell (knee), safety Tariq Carpenter (illness), receiver Romeo Dobbs (ankle), safety Rudy Ford (illness), tackle Elton Jenkins (knee), and tackle Rashid Walker. Wide receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) and running back Aaron Jones (chin, gluteal) were limited.

Philadelphia only listed cornerback Josh Jobe in their opening injury report. It was limited by a hamstring injury.

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