NFL Week 4 injury reports: Panthers’ Bryce Young, Colts’ Anthony Richardson return; Deshaun Watson iffy

Week 4 of the 2023 NFL season is already underway, and many more matchups are on tap for the weekend. But not every team is healthy as we approach the quarter-mark of the schedule, with several big names on track to be sidelined — or return from the sidelines — on Sunday. Below, you’ll find a complete rundown of all the official injury reports.

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Atlanta hasn’t had much use for Patterson with Bijan Robinson and Tyler Allgeier headlining its backfield. The Jaguars, though, will lean even more on Calvin Ridley and Christian Kirk with Jones sidelined as the WR3.

Tampa Bay’s vaunted “D” could be severely limited, especially in the secondary, where both starting corners are banged up. If both Vea and White are out in the front seven, the Saints should have more space to properly welcome Alvin Kamara back into the fold. Carr is reportedly trending toward suiting up despite suffering an AC sprain, but ex-Bucs starter Jameis Winston is the emergency plan under center.

De’Von Achane could be in for another sizable role alongside Raheem Mostert in Miami’s busy backfield with Ahmed still nursing an injury. Tua Tagovailoa’s line, meanwhile, remains banged up. On the other side, ex-Rams starter Taylor Tapp is set to start opposite Micah Hyde at the back end of Buffalo’s secondary after Poyer went down in the Bills’ Week 3 rout of the Commanders. Damar Hamlin is poised to make his 2023 debut as depth.

With Rodriquez out, the Commanders could choose to elevate either Alex Armah or Derrick Gore from the practice squad. 

A week after scoring deep against the Buccaneers, Olamide Zaccheaus should once again factor into Philly’s passing attack with Watkins sidelined as the WR3 behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. Ex-Steelers starter Terrell Edmunds is also in line for more first-team reps at the back end of the Eagles’ secondary with both Brown and Evans banged up.

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