Our NFL team reporters have you covered with big-name injury updates entering Week 3.
The Baltimore Ravens’ defense suddenly got thinner after the team placed four players, including Pro Bowl outside linebacker Justin Houston, on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott says it’s going to be “exciting” to play his first game at AT&T Stadium since suffering a season-ending ankle injury in 2020.
Trey Sermon has cleared the concussion protocol and is the most likely 49ers running back to rejoin the team for Sunday’s game against the Packers, while JaMycal Hasty (ankle) is out and Elijah Mitchell (shoulder) […]
Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins is doubtful for Sunday’s game vs. the San Francisco 49ers, delivering another hit to Aaron Rodgers’ blind side.
Saints CB Marshon Lattimore, S C.J. Gardner-Johnson, LB Pete Werner and DE Tanoh Kpassagnon will play against the Patriots on Sunday after missing last week.
Working through a groin injury, Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt said he did enough work during practice this week that the door is open for him to play Sunday against the Bengals.
After suffering a hamstring injury in the second quarter against the Texans on Thursday, Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey will miss a few weeks, according to coach Matt Rhule.
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