NFL Week 13 injuries: Saints' Alvin Kamara (knee), Cowboys' Amari Cooper (COVID) questionable for 'TNF'

Week 13 of the NFL is poised to have a few of the greatest matches of the season and might effectively form the playoff photo in both conferences moving forward. Getting us began will be the Cowboys and Saints, who’ll open Week 13 down in New Orleans for a match on Thursday night. 

Naturally, every group is a little banged up this time of year and some clubs are more batter than others. In this area, we’ll analyze all the injuries throughout the NFL as the bulk of groups launch their very first injury reports of the week as they struck the practice field. We’ll likewise have a look at the last injury report for both Dallas and New Orleans leading up to their face-off on Thursday. 

Here’s the very first injury report from what is to be an amazing Week 13 in the NFL. All chances come thanks to Caesars Sportsbook.

Dallas Cowboys (-4.5) at New Orleans Saints

The Cowboys will not have Wilson on Thursday night, however might return Cooper to the fold. He was triggered from the reserve/COVID-19 list and was a restricted individual in practice Wednesday. The Pro Bowl wideout is formally noted as doubtful. 

The Saints are making a quarterback modification, as Taysom Hill remains in line to take control of for the having a hard time Trevor Siemian, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. He was noted on the injury report with a foot injury, however was a complete individual all week and did not have an injury classification. The Saints will lack a couple protective ends in Kpassagnon and Davenport on Thursday night, however the genuine news is that Kamara might go back to the beginning lineup. He’s missed out on the last 3 video games with a knee injury, however was a restricted individual all week and is noted as doubtful. He might not have his beginning offending takes on to run behind, nevertheless, as Armstead and Ramczyk are doubtful to play. Both missed out on practice Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Buccaneers pass receiver Antonio Brown did not practice once again Wednesday due to his ankle injury, and Bruce Arians stated he’s currently uncertain to play this weekend. Joining him on the sideline were pass receiver Jaelon Darden (concussion), security Mike Edwards (knee), protective lineman William Gholston (wrist) and offending guard Aaron Stinnie (knee). Limited individuals consisted of offending guard Ali Marpet (abdominal area), protective lineman Vita Vea (knee) and linebacker Devin White (quadriceps). 

Atlanta saw linebacker Deion Jones practice totally Wednesday for the very first time after he missed out on the group’s Week 12 win over Jacksonville with a shoulder injury. Meanwhile, Cordarrelle Patterson and Grady Jarrett both missed out on the session, however were simply offered a veteran’s day of rest. Defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard missed out on practice with an ankle injury. 

Offensive lineman Justin Pugh was the only Cardinal who missed out on practice Wednesday due to a medical problem, as he remained with a calf injury. Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring), quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and security James Wiggins (knee) were restricted individuals. It appears like Hopkins and Murray are on track to go back to the field. 

The Bears had numerous gamers remain of practice Wednesday. Among them were protective lineman Mario Edwards Jr. (ribs), pass receiver Marquise Goodwin (foot/ribs), protective lineman Akiem Hicks (ankle), tight end Cole Kmet (groin), pass receiver Allen Robinson (hamstring), linebacker Roquan Smith (hamstring) and running back Damien Williams (calf). Quarterback Justin Fields was restricted with his ribs problem, however it appears he’s back on track to begin today. 

Chargers novice cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. remained of Wednesday’s session with a concussion. Offensive guard Matt Feiler and protective back Trey Marshall were restricted with ankle injuries.

The Bengals had numerous gamers who missed out on practice on Wednesday. Running back Chris Evans (ankle), center Trey Hopkins (ankle), protective end Khalid Kareem (health problem), cornerback Darius Phillips (knee/calf), offending take on Riley Reiff (ankle), pass receiver Auden Tate (calf) and pass receiver Mike Thomas (health problem) remained. 

The Vikings might lack star running back Dalvin Cook for a couple weeks due to his shoulder injury, and he remained of practice Wednesday. Joining him in missing out on practice were linebacker Anthony Barr (knee/hamstring), offending take on Christian Darrisaw (ankle), linebacker Ryan Connelly (quadriceps) and security Camryn Bynum (ankle). Cornerback Mackensie Alexander (ribs), protective take on Sheldon Richardson (knee), linebacker Nick Vigil (ribs), linebacker Eric Kendricks (biceps), cornerback Bashaud Breeland (groin) and defensive take on Armon Watts (knee) were restricted individuals. 

Detroit lacked 6 gamers at practice to start the week, consisting of running back D’Andre Swift. He is still handling a knee injury that knocked him out of the Thanksgiving Day video game versus Chicago. Linebacker Trey Flowers (knee) was amongst those likewise missing out on together with take on Penei Sewell and receiver KhaDarel Hodge, who are both handling a disease. Offensive take on Matt Nelson (ankle) was restricted. 

Eight gamers were missing out on from New York’s very first practice of the week Wednesday, consisting of receivers Kadarius Toney (oblique, quad) and Sterling Shepard (quad) together with protective back Adoree’ Jackson (quad). However, one gamer who was at practice was quarterback Daniel Jones, who took part in a restricted style. Jones is handling a neck injury that puts his status for Sunday’s match with Miami in concern. Head coach Joe Judge did state that he anticipates Jones to practice throughout the week, leaving the door open for him to play. 

Dolphins cornerback Trill Williams remained Wednesday with a hamstring injury. Offensive lineman Robert Hunt (back), security Brandon Jones (ankle/elbow), running back Phillip Lindsay (ankle), linebacker Jaelan Phillips (hip) and tight end Adam Shaheen (knee) were restricted individuals. 

Running back Jordan Howard (knee), running back Boston Scott (health problem) and pass receiver DeVonta Smith (health problem) did not practice for the Eagles on Wednesday. Philly had numerous restricted individuals too. Included because group were protective end Derek Barnett (ribs), linebacker T.J. Edwards (ankle), quarterback Jalen Hurts (ankle), protective end Tarron Jackson (neck), running back Miles Sanders (ankle) and protective end Josh Sweat (knee).

For the Jets, pass receiver Corey Davis (groin), protective lineman Folorunso Fatukasi (back), protective lineman Sheldon Rankins (knee) and tight end Trevon Wesco (ankle) missed out on practice Wednesday. Defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers (hip), offending take on Morgan Moses (knee) and linebacker Quincy Williams (calf) were restricted individuals. 

The Colts had a couple of noteworthy gamers remain of practice on Wednesday. They were protective take on DeForest Buckner (knee/foot), tight end Jack Doyle (knee), center Ryan Kelly (knee), linebacker Darius Leonard (ankle/wrist), offending guard Quenton Nelson (ankle) and security Andrew Sendejo (calf). Offensive take on Eric Fisher was restricted with a knee injury. 

Wide receiver Danny Amendola (knee), protective back Terrence Brooks (hamstring), pass receiver Chris Conley (health problem), pass receiver Brandin Cooks (health problem), running back David Johnson (illness/thigh), offending lineman Justin McCray (concussion), offending lineman Cole Toner (health problem) and protective lineman DeMarcus Walker (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday for the Texans. Defensive lineman Jonathan Greenard (foot) and Jacob Martin (shin) were restricted. 

Washington Football Team at Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5)

Safety Landon Collins (foot), center Tyler Larsen (knee), running back J.D. McKissic (concussion), offending guard Wes Schweitzer (ankle) and cornerback Benjamin St-Juste (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday for Washington. Running back Antonio Gibson (shin), pass receiver Curtis Samuel (groin), offending guard Brandon Scherff (knee), tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) and tight end Logan Thomas (hamstring) were restricted individuals.

For the Raiders, protective end Carl Nassib (knee), linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (hamstring) and tight end Darren Waller (back/knee) remained of practice on Wednesday. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson (calf), linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski (ankle) and cornerback Keisean Nixon (ankle) were restricted individuals. 

Cornerback Shaquill Griffin (concussion), linebacker Myles Jack (knee), protective take on DaVon Hamilton (knee), linebacker Damien Wilson (ankle) and defensive take on Malcom Brown (toe) remained of practice on Wednesday for the Jaguars. Cornerback Tyson Campbell was restricted with a shoulder injury. 

Rams running back Darrell Henderson Jr. (thigh) and cornerback David Long Jr. (health problem) remained of practice on Wednesday. Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was restricted with a hip injury while pass receiver Ben Skowronek (back) was restricted too. 

The Ravens had a prolonged Wednesday injury report. Cornerback Anthony Averett (shoulder/ankle), tight end Nick Boyle (knee), center Bradley Bozeman (shin laceration), offending lineman Patrick Mekari (ankle), offending take on Cedric Ogbuehi (thigh), fullback Patrick Ricard (foot/thigh), cornerback Chris Westry (thigh) and cornerback Tavon Young (health problem) remained, while pass receiver Miles Boykin (finger), protective take on Calais Campbell (concussion), linebacker Patrick Queen (ribs) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (neck) were restricted.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger remained of practice with pectoral and ideal shoulder injuries. Joining him sidelined were cornerback Joe Haden (foot), linebacker Robert Spillane (knee), offending guard Trai Turner (coaches choice) and offensive take on Zach Banner (health problem). Wide receiver Chase Claypool was restricted with a toe injury. 

Linebacker Dre Greenlaw (groin), cornerback Davontae Harris (concussion), pass receiver Deebo Samuel (groin), running back Trey Sermon (ankle) and linebacker Fred Warner (hamstring) did not practice for the 49ers on Wednesday. Running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) and protective lineman Maurice Hurst (calf) were restricted individuals. 

For the Chiefs, cornerback Rashad Fenton was the only gamer who missed out on practice due to a knee injury. Offensive lineman Lucas Niang was restricted with a ribs problem. 

Analysis to come. 



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