Injuries are unfortunately a reality in the NFL, and all 32 clubs have had to weather health-related storms through seven weeks. Deshaun Watson is still dealing with a shoulder injury, Ryan Tannehill could miss significant time with an ankle injury suffered in London, Daniel Jones hasn’t played in a couple weeks due to a neck issue and the San Francisco 49ers have several banged-up stars.
With Thursday night’s Buccaneers-Bills game in the books, let’s take a look at the injuries around the NFL for the other 28 NFL teams set to play on Sunday.
Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook
Patriots: OT Calvin Anderson (illness), DE Keion White (concussion), DT Christian Barmore (knee), OT Trent Brown (ankle/knee), LB Josh Uche (ankle/toe), CB Shaun Wade (shoulder), DE Deatrich Wise (shoulder), OT Vederian Lowe (ankle) QUESTIONABLE Dolphins: WR River Cracraft (shoulder), FS Jevon Holland (concussion), CB Xavien Howard (groin), FB Alec Ingold (foot), RB Raheem Mostert (ankle), DB Nik Needham (Achilles), CB Jalen Ramsey (knee), DB Cam Smith (foot), OL Connor Williams (groin)
Every Patriots player with a questionable designation was limited during Friday’s practice. Fortunately for New England, running back Ty Montgomery, guard Cole Strange and defensive tackle Davon Godchaux cleared the injury report.
Like the Patriots, every questionable Dolphins player was limited on Friday. Ramsey (who has yet to play this season) was limited all week, while Mostert and Hill were limited Thursday and Friday after not practicing on Wednesday. Mostert told reporters Friday that he will face the Patriots.
Smith was limited each of the past two days after not practicing on Wednesday. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he is optimistic that the veteran offensive lineman will suit up on Sunday.
For the Rams, Jones and Skowronek were limited during Friday’s practice, while Havenstein did not practice for a…