Ravens release second injury report for Week 5 matchup vs. Bengals

The Ravens released their second injury report of the week ahead of a Week 5 Sunday night matchup with the Bengals.

The Baltimore Ravens’ released their first injury report for their Week 5 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday. The report had nine players on the list, and their second report of the week reflected much of the same.

Multiple players were listed on Thursday, including wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot) who has now missed the first two practices of the week. Other players who were listed on the report that did not practice on Thursday were offensive guard Ben Cleveland (foot), running back Justice Hill (hamstring) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (groin).

Players who practiced in full were linebacker Josh Bynes (hip), running back J.K. Dobbins (chest), offensive lineman Patrick Mekari (ankle) and offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle). Only one player had a limited practice on Thursday in cornerback Marcus Peters (quad).

Titans vs. Commanders Week 5 injury report: Thursday

Five players missed practice for the Commanders, while the Titans had seven who missed practice.

The Washington Commanders and Tennessee Titans released their second injury report of the week Thursday, and things remained unchanged for Washington.

Safety Percy Butler [quad], right tackle Sam Cosmi [finger], wide receiver Jahan Dotson [hamstring], linebacker Milo Eifler [hamstring] and wide receiver Curtis Samuel [illness] all missed practice for the second consecutive day.

Head coach Ron Rivera spoke on Cosmi’s injury.

“No. No feel for the timeline,” Cosmi said. “He did have surgery. It was done the other day. It was successful, and we’ll see after he gets a chance to see the doctors. It’s really gonna be about wound management as far as that’s concerned, and then we’ll go from there.”

Reliable veteran Cornelius Lucas will fill in for Cosmi at right tackle.

Left tackle Charles Leno [shoulder] and linebacker David Mayo [hamstring] were limited. Rivera said Wednesday he wasn’t worried about Leno.

The Titans had seven players miss practice Thursday, with two new additions in safety Amani Hooker [concussion] and fullback Tory Carter.

WR CeeDee Lamb a surprise add to Cowboys injury report Thursday

The WR promises he’s fine despite sitting out with a “groin issue.” Lamb says his Wednesday GPS numbers were too high, prompting a break. A look at the full injury report. | From @ToddBrock24f7

Only two Cowboys missed Thursday’s practice, according to the official injury report. One of those players was expected to be there. One was not, but all parties involved are adamant that there’s nothing to worry about.

Of the nine other names on the list, all carried either the same status or an upgrade over Wednesday’ report.

Quarterback Dak Prescott was working off to the side again with Britt Brown, the team’s director of rehabilitation. Head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters prior to the session that he was still working on his hand strength as it pertains to gripping a football. He was seen holding a ball while going through a series of movements with Brown.

“He’s getting better,” McCarthy confirmed.

Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, however, was a surprise add to the DNP column. Lamb did not participate Thursday due to what technically classified as “a groin injury.” The third-year wideout promised that he is fine, though, telling media members that his GPS numbers were too high Wednesday, resulting in a Thursday of stretching and resistance-cord work.

“We’re good,” Lamb said. “I don’t want to scare nobody.”

See below for updates on cornerback Jourdan Lewis, tight end Jake Ferguson, DT Quinton Bohanna, safety Donovan Wilson and others. With the Rams being on the west coast, their injury report has not yet been updated.

Jaguars WR Zay Jones still limited in Thursday practice

Not much changed on the Jaguars’ injury front between Wednesday and Thursday.

The Jacksonville Jaguars released a Thursday injury report that perfectly mirrored their Wednesday report.

Defensive lineman Folorunso Fatukasi was out of action again, while receiver Zay Jones, outside linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson, and lineman Cole Van Lanen were all limited.

While Fatukasi was spotted on an exercise bike at practice, the back-to-back missed days don’t bode well for his chances at playing Sunday against the Houston Texans. Despite being limited again, Jones appears to be in position to make his return to the lineup after missing Week 4.

The Texans were missing five players from practice, but had third overall pick Derek Stingley Jr. back for a full practice after he was limited Wednesday.

The Jaguars are expected to activate 335-pound defensive lineman Corey Peters from the practice squad to the active roster with Fatukasi dealing with injury. Peters, 34, is a 12th year NFL veteran who played five seasons with the Atlanta Falcons and six with the Arizona Cardinals.

Bucs vs. Falcons injury report: Good news for Tom Brady

Check out the latest injury report for Sunday’s game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons have released their updated injury reports for Sunday’s game, and there are some big developments on both sides.

It’s good news for the Bucs, who saw quarterback Tom Brady return to full participation Thursday after missing practice on Wednesday due to multiple injuries.

In the bad news column for Tampa Bay, cornerback Carlton Davis III was downgraded to limited participation due to a shoulder injury, while defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches missed Thursday’s practice with an illness.

The only player on the report for Atlanta is a big one, as tight end Kyle Pitts missed practice for the second day in a row. It’s looking like a long shot that the Falcons will have their star tight end healthy in time for Sunday’s NFC South showdown.

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Jameis Winston, Michael Thomas still not practicing on updated Saints injury report

Jameis Winston, Michael Thomas still not practicing on updated Saints injury report, via @DillySanders:

The New Orleans Saints have not seen much change with their injury report this week. Star quarterback Jameis Winston (back/ankle) and wide receiver Michael Thomas (foot) were still absent from Thursday’s practice, making chances look worse and worse that they will play on Sunday. But three other Saints players were upgraded from limited participation to a full day’s work: right tackle Ryan Ramczyk (rest), left guard Andrus Peat (concussion), and tight end Taysom Hill (rib).

As for the Seattle Seahawks: we’ll get their injury report once their practice wraps up on the West Coast later on Thursday afternoon.

Adrian Amos returns to practice, Jaire Alexander full participant on Thursday

Thursday’s injury report brought two upgrades for the Packers: Adrian Amos returned, and Jaire Alexander was a full participant.

Two starting members of the Green Bay Packers secondary took meaningful steps towards playing in London against the New York Giants during Thursday’s practice, the last before the team flies overseas for Sunday’s Week 5 showdown.

Safety Adrian Amos returned to practice in a limited capacity, meaning he took a step forward in the concussion protocol and could still play Sunday. He suffered the head injury in the first half of last week’s win over the Patriots.

Cornerback Jaire Alexander was upgraded from a limited participant on Wednesday to a full participant on Thursday, suggesting he’s on track to return after missing last week with a groin injury.

The only bad sign on Thursday’s injury report was for rookie Devonte Wyatt, who didn’t practice while dealing with a quadriceps injury. He’s been nothing more than a rotational player during the first four games of his NFL career and now could be inactive for Week 5.

Veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis got a rest day. Left tackle David Bakhtiari, right tackle Elgton Jenkins, center Josh Myers, receiver Allen Lazard and safety Tariq Carpenter were all limited again.

The Giants upgraded two players on the injury report but still had six non-participants on Thursday. Quarterback Daniel Jones was limited again but looks capable of playing Sunday.

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Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey removed from injury report on Thursday

On Thursday, the Panthers had a full session of Christian McCaffrey—who has now been removed from the Week 5 injury report.

No more bruises, scratches or dings for Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey!

Three days ahead of the Week 5 matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, McCaffrey was removed from the team’s injury report. After his usual Wednesday off, the star rusher—in what’s obviously a great sign for the struggling Carolina offense—was back at practice in pads and all.

The sixth-year veteran has popped up on the list numerous times thus far. From being cleated on his shin prior to the season opener to sustaining a much more worrisome thigh injury last week, McCaffrey’s status has been one to keep a regular eye on through the first month of the campaign.

The Panthers were, however, without two key defensive players during today’s session—linebacker Frankie Luvu and safety Xavier Woods. Luvu has been, perhaps, the most impactful defender for the team to this point. And Woods, who has also been quite active, is an even more important piece following Jeremy Chinn’s placement on injured reserve.

Additionally, wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr.—who is now dealing with issues to both of his hamstrings—told reporters he’s expecting to miss a few weeks due to the setback.

Here’s Thursday’s report in full:

Injury Wed. Thurs. Fri. Game status
LB Frankie Luvu Shoulder Limited DNP
DE Marquis Haynes Sr. Knee Limited Full
CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver III Thigh DNP DNP
S Xavier Woods Hamstring DNP DNP
WR Laviska Shenault Jr. Hamstring DNP DNP
LB Shaq Thompson Knee Limited Full
TE Stephen Sullivan Back Full DNP

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