Week 12 NFL Injuries: Active Micah Parsons of the Cowboys; Ja’Marr Chase eyes are back, Joe Mixon is unlikely to play

Week 12 in the NFL kicks off with a Thanksgiving Triple Header on Thursday for us to enjoy along with the turkey. Buffalo and Detroit help us get started cowboys as well as Giants will play in the middlegame, and the Viking Patriots will finish the holiday in prime time.

Of course, with a new game week comes a new set of injuries to watch out for. After these teams completed a short week of training, they released their final injury reports and game statuses in week 12. Meanwhile, the rest of the league took to the field for the first time on Wednesday and gave their initial figures. weekly injury reports. Below you can find each of these reports and a breakdown of some of the biggest injuries.

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The Bills will be without Edmunds and Russo for a short week as neither starter has been training all week. Josh Allen (elbow) was limited but uninjured (he has played every offensive snap in the past two weeks). This week, Allen was indeed seen without his elbow pad.

Epenesa was questionable and Morse was questionable, but they were both inactive in the game. Starting quarterback Tre’Davius ​​White is playing his first game of the year.

The Lions will have five starters for Thursday’s Thanksgiving game with the Bills, as both starting quarterbacks Brown and Jackson will not be available. DJ Chark was sidelined for most of the week due to an ankle injury but did not have a game designation. Reynolds was limited in training on Wednesday but is active on Thursday.

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The Giants are battling injuries ahead of Thursday’s game against the Cowboys as Neal will miss his fourth straight game with a knee injury. Nick Gates will start at center while Feliciano will come out and Jack Anderson should go to left back. The Giants are down three starts in the offensive line (and Andrew Thomas has failed). They are also behind their two best cornerbacks in Jackson and Moreau.

Parsons is beaten up, but is officially active and ready to go. The same goes for Wilson and Lawrence, who were initially considered questionable for the game. Joseph, however, will be inactive as he battles illness. Basham and Hankins are also inactive due to illnesses, although they have always been considered more promising to play – both were initially considered questionable.

Wynn did not train on Wednesday due to a foot injury, so due to the short week, he will miss this workout. Wynn is expected to start Yodni Cajust. If Andrews can’t go, Cody Russi is listed as a backup center on the depth table.

Darriso didn’t complete concussion protocol in a short week, so he dropped out of the Vikings. Blake Brandel Darriso was allowed to replace last week with two sacks and four pressings and is expected to start again. Tomlinson has been limited in training all week but is expected to return for the first time since week 8.

Tampa Bay didn’t have a nose grab for Vita Weah (foot) and Russell Gage Jr. (hamstring) to open the week of training. Elsewhere in the squad, running back Leonard Furnett (thigh) and defenseman Luc Gedecke (leg) were limited.

The Browns gave several players days off. In addition to these players, safety D’Anthony Bell (concussion), quarterback Joel Bitonio (illness), offensive lineman Hjalte Froholdt (illness), safety Ronnie Harrison (illness), corner Greg Newsom (concussion) and tight end David Njoku (ankle). , knee) were all suspended. Guard Wyatt Teller (calf), tackle Jedrick Willis (knee) and quarterback Perrion Winfrey (concussion) were limited.

Joe Mixon did not participate due to a concussion. He was joined at the side by defenseman Trey Hendrickson (illness), defenseman Jay Tufele (illness), and offensive tackle Lael Collins (rest). Meanwhile, six Bengals were capped: linebacker Joe Bachi (knee), wide Ja’Marr Chase (thigh), running back Chris Evans (knee), defenseman Duxton Hill (shoulder), defenseman DJ Reeder (ankle) and quarterback. Josh Tupow (calf).

The Titans were missing defenseman Denico Autry (knee), kicker Randy Bullock (right calf) and defenseman Christian Fulton (hamstring) in Wednesday’s practice. Running back Derrick Henry was also absent from practice, but the team noted that this was not due to injury. Center Ben Jones (concussion) and cornerback Jeffrey Simmons (ankle) were limited.

Houston lost rookie guard Derek Stingley Jr. to a hamstring injury on Wednesday. With the exception of Stingley, the Texans are pretty healthy, entering week 12, as was the only other missing loser, John Wicks, but that was for reasons unrelated to injury.

Miami opened the week without player Thomas Morstead (sickness) and running back Raheem Mostert (knee). Linebacker Melvin Ingram also did not go to training, but he was simply given a veteran day off. Meanwhile, tackle Terron Armstead (toe), linebacker Jerome Baker (thigh), quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee), tight end Tanner Conner (knee, back), cornerman Keyon Crossen (shoulder) and defenseman Raekwon Davis (knee) were restricted. . .

Justin Fields was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice, but Chicago made the rounds, so it was just an estimate. However, it’s a hopeful sign that he’ll at least be there as he heals a left shoulder injury. Elsewhere in the lineup, defensemen Jaquan Brisker (concussion) and Kyler Gordon (concussion) did not train alongside linebacker Sterling Weatherford (concussion).

The big story with the Jets currently has to do with the departure of Zach Wilson to the bench. However, in practice, the team did see the return of offensive tackle George Fant as New York opened their 21-day practice window after being transferred to IR on September 27. Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankis (elbow) and tight end Kenny Yeboah (calves) did not practice, while tackler Dwayne Browns (shoulder), cornerman Ahmad Gardner (calf), defenseman Nate Herbig (shin) and linebacker Quincy Williams (ankle) were limited.

Atlanta had a perfect attendance for Wednesday practice, but the roster included five players with limited entries: tight end Feleipe Franks (calves), running back Caleb Huntley (ankle), linebacker Arnold Abiketi (arm), offensive tackle Chuma Edoga (knee) and defense. capture Jalen Dalton (sock)

In Washington, the Commanders pinned linebacker Cole Holcomb (foot), defenseman James Smith-Williams (illness) and cornerman Benjamin St. Just (ankle) due to injury. Meanwhile, defenseman Chase Young (knee), tight end Logan Thomas (rib), wide Dax Milne (foot), linebacker David Mayo (hamstring) and center Tyler Larsen (shoulder) were limited.

The Broncos were missing five players in practice: wide receiver KJ Hamler (hamstring), defenseman Jonathan Harris (knee), wide receiver Jerry Judy (ankle), defenseman Jake Martin (knee), and defenseman K’Wawn Williams (wrist, elbow, knee). ). Justin Simmons (knee) and Latavius ​​Murray (wrist) led the group of restricted players.

Eight people were missing from Carolina on Wednesday, including three who were sick. Wideout Shea Smith, quarterback Cameron Erving and Tuck Larnel Coleman were suspended due to what the team called illness. Safety Miles Hartsfield (ankle), defenseman Matthew Ioannidis (shins), tight end Giovanni Ricci (neck) and linebacker Corey Littleton (ankle) were out with injuries. Running back D’Ont Foreman got a day off. Wideout Terrace Marshall Jr. (shoulder), quarterback P.J. Walker (ankle), and defenseman Justin Burris (concussion) were limited.

Baltimore kept quarterback Lamar Jackson out of practice due to a hip injury. However, John Harbaugh told reporters that Jackson would play Jacksonville on Sunday, so it looks more like a maintenance day than anything important. Meanwhile, defenseman Kevin Zeitler (illness), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), defenseman Kyle Hamilton (knee) and cornerman Jalyn Armor-Davies (thigh) were also out of training due to injury. Gus Edwards’ running back (hamstring, knee) was limited.

The Jaguars had no injuries to report.

Corner Bryce Callahan (groin) and Mike Williams (ankle) did not practice for the Chargers on Wednesday. Tight end Gerald Everett (groin) and player J.K. Scott (right quad) were limited).

Arizona did a round on Wednesday, so this initial injury report is an estimate. However, quarterback Kyler Murray (hamstring) was listed as a full member. Corner Greg Dortch (thumb), tight end Zach Ertz (knee), offensive lineman DJ Humphreys (back), wide Rondale Moore (groin), corner Byron Murphy Jr. (back) and safety Charles Washington (chest) all they didn’t exercise. . Offensive lineman Max Garcia (shoulder), defensive lineman Tristen Hill (leg), and defenseman Colts McCoy (right elbow) were limited.

The Raiders made their rounds on Wednesday, so the practice report is an estimate. Linebacker Luke Masterson was limited by a rib injury, as was a tackle by Colton Miller, who missed the game last week.

There were just two non-tournament players on Wednesday’s farewell in Seattle: wide receiver Dee Eskridge (hand) and quarterback L.J. Collier (illness).

Sean McVeigh had already ruled out quarterback Matthew Stafford (concussion protocol) in week 12. John Woolford, who was capped on Wednesday, suffered a neck injury. Bryce Perkins may be in line to start Sunday in Kansas City. Tyler Higbee (knee) was out of practice and wide receiver Allen Robinson (ankle) was limited.

Defenseman Joe Tooney (ankle) and wide receiver Kadarius Tony (hamstring) were absent from the Chiefs practice Wednesday. Security for Juan Thornhill (caviar) was limited and wide receiver Juju Smith-Shuster (concussion) was listed as a full member.

Defenseman Payton Turner (ankle), linebacker Peter Werner (ankle) and defenseman JT Gray (hamstring) were absent from Saints practice earlier in the week. Meanwhile, eight players were listed as restricted entrants: defenseman Marcus Davenport (calves), tackle James Hurst (concussion), defenseman Cameron Jordan (eye), cornerman Marshawn Lattimore (stomach), defenseman Andrus Piet (triceps), tackle Ryan Ramczyk . (rest, knee), running back Mark Ingram (knee) and wide receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle).

The 49ers didn’t have Arik Armstead’s protective gear (foot, ankle) to start the week of training. Trent Williams’ gear selection was also absent from the session, but this was not due to injury. Defensive end Samson Ebucam (quads, achilles) and wide receiver Dibo Samuel (hamstring) were limited.

Green Bay has officially listed Aaron Rodgers as a restricted training participant due to a right thumb injury. The quarterback told reporters on Wednesday that he was specifically dealing with a broken thumb that began as early as the fifth week. Rodgers added that he plans to play the rest of the season due to injury. Meanwhile, tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) did not practice, as did linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (knee), safety Tariq Carpenter (illness), wide receiver Romeo Dubs (ankle), safety Rudy Ford (illness), tackle Elgton Jenkins (knee) ), and tackle Rashid Walker (illness). Wide receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) and running back Aaron Jones (shin, glutes) were limited.

Philadelphia only listed quarterback Josh Job in their opening injury report. He was limited due to a hamstring injury.

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