NFL Week 15 injuries: Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews questionable for Ravens; Jamal Adams doubtful for Jets – CBS Sports,

NFL Week 15 injuries: Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews questionable for Ravens; Jamal Adams doubtful for Jets – CBS Sports,

We have reached Week 15 of the NFL regular season, and injuries are beginning to mount for every team. With three games remaining on the schedule, each team is going to have to find a way to battle week to week without several key players, as teams continue to jockey for playoff positioning.

While some players will miss this week, several others suit up even though they are not 100 percent healthy. TheJetswalk into their Thursday night matchup against theRavenspretty banged up, and a couple of important players are considered doubtful.

Below, we’ll analyze all of the notable injury news and notes as teams begin to file their injury reports. 

Jets at Ravens (-14.5)

Playing on a short week is much more difficult when you’re 15 weeks in to the season, and the Jets have already ruled out several players who were not able to practice this week. This Jets defense is not the same when Williams and Adams are not on the field, and both are considered doubtful as they have not practiced all week. AfterLe’Veon Bell’sflu bowling incident last week, he was a full participant in practice and will play on Thursday against the Ravens.Sam Darnoldalso was listed on the injury report with knee and left thumb injuries, but he was a full participant in practice and will start on Thursday night. 

Jackson was limited in practice all week with a quad injury, and while he’s listed as questionable by the Ravens, he told reporters thathe’s feeling great and will playon Thursday night. Andrews did not practice on Monday, but did return as a limited participant on Tuesday. He’s listed as questionable, but does seem to be trending in the right direction. With Stanley listed as doubtful, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports thatJames Hurstwill be charged with protecting Jackson’s blind side

Wednesday practice report notes 

Buccaneers(-3.5) atLions

The Buccaneers reportedly will lose wide receiver Mike Evans for the seasondue to an Achilles injury, and he did not practice on Wednesday. Joining him on the sidelines were linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul (knee) and left tackle Donovan Smith (ankle/knee). Quarterback Jameis Winston was limited in practice due to right thumb and knee injuries. Ryan Griffin took first-team snaps while Winston completed other drills without holding a football. Bruce Arians says that the plan is for Winston to play on Sunday, but a final decision will be made later in the week. Right guard Alex Cappa was also limited due to an elbow injury. 

The Lions have struggled with injuries all season, and just placed Marvin Joneson injured reserveon Tuesday. Starting left guard Joe Dahl (back/knee), linebacker Jarrad Davis (ankle/knee), defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand (ankle), defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson (shoulder), quarterback Matthew Stafford (hip/back) and right tackle Rick Wagner (knee) missed practice on Wednesday. Punter Sam Martin (abdomen) and running back Bo Scarbrough (ribs) were limited participants. 

Eagles(-4.5) atRedskins

Eagles wide receivers Nelson Agholor (knee) and and Alshon Jeffery (foot) did not participate in practice. On Tuesday, it was reported that Jefferycould be done for the yeardue to the foot injury he suffered against the Giants. Offensive tackle Lane Johnson (ankle) and defensive end Derek Barnett (ankle) also did not participate in practice on Wednesday. Running back Jordan Howard (shoulder) and cornerback Jalen Mills (elbow) were limited participants. 

For the Redskins, cornerback Quinton Dunbar (hamstring) and linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (calf) were the only players who did not participate in practice on Wednesday. Linebacker Ryan Anderson (calf), cornerback Fabian Moreau (hamstring), offensive tackle Morgan Moses (toe), offensive tackle Donald Penn (knee/back), wide receiver Trey Quinn (concussion), wide receiver Paul Richardson Jr. (hamstring) and offensive guard Brandon Scherff (elbow/shoulder) were all limited participants. In good news, quarterback Dwayne Haskins was a full participant in practice after struggling to get through last Sunday with an ankle injury. 


The Bears were missing several starters on Wednesday, as tight endBen Brauneckerand wide receiverTaylor Gabrielmissed practice with concussions, right tackleBobby Massiemissed practice with an ankle injury, defensive tackleRoy Robertson-Harrissat out with a foot injury and linebackerDanny Trevathanmissed practice due to an elbow injury. CornerbackPrince Amukamarawas listed with a hamstring injury, but was a full participant. 

For the Packers, tight end Jimmy Graham (wrist), cornerback Kevin King (shoulder), wide receiver Geronimo Allison (knee) and offensive lineman Billy Turner (knee) were limited participants in practice on Wednesday. Wide receiver Davante Adams was on the report with a toe injury, but was a full participant in practice. 

Patriots(-9.5) atBengals

The Patriots held wide receiverJulian Edelmanout of practice as he continues to deal with knee and shoulder injuries. CenterTed Karraswas a limited participant due to a knee injury, cornerbackJason McCourtywas limited with a groin injury,Mohamed Sanuwas limited with an ankle injury and defensive linemanDanny Sheltonwas limited with a shoulder injury.Tom Brady(right elbow) andN’Keal harry(hip) were also listed on the injury report, but both were full participants. 

Once again, Bengals star wideout A.J. Green did not participate in practice on Wednesday due to an ankle injury. He has yet to play in a game this season after suffering the injury during a preseason practice. Starting defensive endSam Hubbardwas limited with a knee injury, andJohn Rosswas limited with a foot injury. Ross played in his first game since Week 4 last Sunday and caught two passes for 28 yards. 


Every Texan was at practice on Wednesday, although not everyone was healthy. Starting right tackle Chris Clark and cornerback Gareon Conley were limited participants due to hip injuries, wide receiver Will Fuller was limited with a hamstring injury and linebacker Brennan Scarlett was limited with Achilles and shoulder injuries.

Running back Derrick Henry (hamstring), wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) and cornerback Adoree Jackson (foot) sat out of Titans practice on Wednesday. Henry missed practice last week to rest his hamstring, but was able to play on Sunday against the Raiders. Despite not being 100 percent, he was able to rush for 103 yards and two touchdowns. The Titans have some serious issues in the secondary, as LeShaun Sims (ankle) and Kenny Vaccaro (concussion) were limited participants. 

Seahawks(-6) atPanthers

Seahawks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been dealing with a core injury, and now is sick as well. He missed practice on Wednesday along with left tackle Duane Brown, who is nursing knee and biceps injuries. Tight end Luke Willson (hamstring), cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hamstring), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) and defensive end Ziggy Ansah (neck) were all limited participants. 

The Panthers are taking it easy with pass rusher Mario Addison, who suffered a chest injury on Sunday. He sat out of practice on Wednesday along with offensive tackleGreg Little(ankle) and defensive tackleGerald McCoy(knee). Tight endGreg Olsenreturned to practice in a limited capacity as he slowly works back from the concussion he suffered against the Redskins. Offensive linemanTrai Turnerand running backChristian McCaffreywere given rest days. 


The Broncos come into this week pretty banged up, as several starters missed practice on Wednesday. Tight end Noah Fant was out with hip and foot injuries, defensive end Adam Gotsis and offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James were out due to knee injuries and right guard Ron Leary was out with a concussion. Starting linebacker Alexander Johnson (knee), linebacker Von Miller (knee), nose tackle Mike Purcell (shoulder/knee), linebacker Malik Reed (ankle) and cornerback Isaac Yiadom (shoulder) were all limited participants. 

Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark missed practice on Wednesday due to an illness and a shoulder injury. Starting left guard Andrew Wylie (shoulder) and running back Damien Williams (rib) were at practice, but were limited participants. 


Dolphins wide receiverAllen Hurnswas held out of practice due to ankle and knee injuries. Fellow wideoutsDeVante ParkerandAlbert Wilsonwere limited participants due to concussions, while starting cornerbackNik Needhamwas limited with a groin injury.

Giants cornerbackJanoris Jenkinssat out of practice with an ankle injury on Wednesday, andspent his time tweeting fans. Offensive linemanKevin Zeitleralso missed practice due to ankle and wrist injuries. QuarterbackDaniel Joneswas a limited participant in practice with an ankle injury, and a decision on his status for Sunday will not be made until later this week. Joining him as limited participants were tight endRhett Ellison(concussion), tight endEvan Engram(foot), wide receiverGolden Tate(foot) and cornerbackCorey Ballentine(concussion). 


The Jaguars were down several starters on Wednesday, as centerBrandon Linder(knee), defensive linemanCalais Campbell(back) and wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. (ankle) did not participate in practice. Wide receiverDede Westbrook(shoulder), cornerbackTre Herndon(shoulder) and linebackerQuincy Williams(hand) were limited participants. Cornerback A.J. Bouye (calf), safetyRonnie Harrison(concussion) and tight endSeth DeValve(oblique) were also listed on the injury report, but all three were full participants. 

Raiders starting offensive tackle Trent Brown missed practice on Wednesday with a pectoral injury. Cornerback Daryl Worley also sat out, as he is nursing a neck injury. Center Rodney Hudson (ankle), offensive guard Gabe Jackson (knee), running back Josh Jacobs (shoulder) and safety Lamarcus Joyner (hamstring) were limited participants. 

Browns(-2.5) atCardinals

Center J.C. Tretter (knee) was the only Browns starter to miss practice on Wednesday, but there were several players who were limited participants. Wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. (groin), Jarvis Landry (hip) and KhaDarel Hodge (Achilles) were all limited, as was right tackle Chris Hubbard (knee), tight end David Njoku (knee) and defensive end Olivier Vernon (knee).

Cardinals starting safety Budda Baker missed practice with a hamstring injury on Wednesday. He was joined by linebacker Terrell Suggs (back/illness), right guard J.R. Sweezy (illness) and left guard Justin Pugh (back). Wide receivers Andy Isabella (shoulder) and Christian Kirk (ankle) were limited participants, along with cornerback Byron Murphy (calf) and linebacker Joe Walker (ribs). 

Vikings(-2.5) atChargers

Vikings running back Alexander Mattison missed practice on Wednesday due to an ankle injury, but is expected to play on Sunday. Cornerback Xavier Rhodes (ankle), cornerback Mike Hughes (hip) and defensive tackle Linval Joseph (knee) were limited participants. In much bigger news, wide receiver Adam Thielen returned to the practice field as a limited participant, and has a chance to play this week for the first time in over a month. 

The Chargers come into this week relatively healthy, as linebacker Uchenna Nwosu (ankle) and wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) were the only limited participants in practice on Wednesday. 


The Falcons were missing a few key players at practice on Wednesday, as running backDevonta Freeman(knee), cornerbackIsaiah Oliver(shoulder) and linebackerDe’Vondre Campbell(calf) sat out. Star receiverJulio Joneswas a limited participant with a shoulder injury. 

The 49ers were missing several defensive starters at practice on Wednesday, as pass rusher Dee Ford (quadricep/hamstring), defensive lineman D.J. Jones (ankle), cornerback Richard Sherman (hamstring), safety Jaquiski Tartt (ribs) and cornerback K’Waun Williams (concussion) were out. 

Rams(-1) atCowboys

Linebackers Sean Lee (pectoral/thigh) and Leighton Vander Esch (neck) were the only two players who did not participate in practice for the Cowboys. Defensive end Michael Bennett (foot), offensive tackle La’el Collins (knee), safety Jeff Heath (shoulders), cornerback Byron Jones (hip), punter Chris Jones (abdomen), offensive guard Zack Martin (elbow/ankle), running back Tony Pollard (ankle) and defensive tackle Antwaun Woods (knee) were all limited participants. 

The Rams had just one player who missed practice on Wednesday, as tight end Gerald Everett was out nursing a knee injury. Starting right tackle Rob Havenstein was listed with a knee injury, but was a full participant in practice. 

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