NFL Week 11 Injury Report: DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) to miss practice; The crackle of Chargers WRs is making headway

We’re heading into Week 11 of the 2022 NFL season and Wednesday’s practice reports are officially out. Notably, Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill is off an injury report, Bills quarterback Josh Allen is limited, Panthers’ Baker Mayfield is making his first start since the first half of the season, and Browns’ quarterback Deshaun Watson is back in training.

Two quarterbacks to watch this week are Kyler Murray of the Cardinals and Matthew Stafford of the Rams, both of whom sat out with injuries last week.

Week 11 begins with the Thursday Night Football game between the Tennessee Titans and the Green Bay Packers.

Let’s take a look at the eleventh week injury report.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Green Bay Packers (-3)

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was removed from the injury report and was a full participant this week in practice, meaning he should be the first player on Thursday.

Safety Amani Hooker (shoulder), quarterback Ben Jones (concussion), linebacker Bud Dupree (hip), kicker Randy Bullock (calf), and defensive end Lonnie Johnson (hamstring) are ruled out. Defensive tackle Jeffrey Simmons (ankle) and defensive back Elijah Molden (groin) are both suspects.

Packers linebacker D. Fondre Campbell (knee) and WR Romeo Dobbs (ankle) are both out for TNF, and cornerback Jean-Charles Shemar (ankle) is questionable.

Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills (-8.5)

Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson is back in training, after being suspended 11 games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.

Defensive Back D. Anthony Bell (concussion), Guard Joel Bitonio (not related to injury, rest), Jadevion Clooney (Non-injury-related, rested), Wide Receiver Amari Cooper (non-injury-related, rested), Guard Michael Dunn, Defensive End Miles Jarrett (unrelated to injury, rest) and tight end, David Njoku (his ankle) did not practice.

Offensive tackle Jack Conklin (foot) and offensive linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (knee) were both full participants. Center Ethan Busiek (ankle) and guard Wyatt Teller (calf) were limited.

On the other side of the ball, quarterback Josh Allen (right elbow) was limited in action on Wednesday. It got off to a start last week in their loss to the Vikings. Cornerback Kair Elam (ankle), free safety Jordan Boyer (elbow) and guard Rodger Savold (veteran relief/shoulder) were all limited on Wednesday.

Middle linebacker Tremaine Edmonds (groin/heel), linebacker Reggie Gilliam (illness), wide receiver Jake Comero (ankle), outside linebacker Matt Milano (illness), running back Cam Lewis (forearm/illness), outside linebacker Von Miller (veteran’s rest) ) and Jordan Phillips (illness), defensive end Greg Russo (ankle) and nose tackle Tim Sittle (illness) did not practice on Wednesday. An illness runs through the Bills locker room and as the practice report shows, it has caused a lot of players to stop training.

Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens (-12)

Quarterback PJ Walker has a sprained ankle, meaning Baker Mayfield will start, with Sam Darnold as backup. Mayfield started the first five games of the season, before injuring his ankle. He returned from injury in Week 9 for the second half of the game, but the team bounced back with Walker from there.

Starting defensive tackle Matt Ioannidis (calf), linebacker Frankie Lovo (illness), and defensive tackle Devon Nixon (illness). Linebacker Giovanni Ricci (neck), right tackle Taylor Mouton (elbow) and cornerback Jesse Horn (foot) were limited. Defensive back Miles Hartsfield was not on the field with an ankle injury.

Tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder/knee) was limited in practice Wednesday and the return was his first practice since late October. DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and cornerback Jalyn Armor-Davis didn’t practice on Wednesday with the Ravens. Running back Gus Edwards is back in coaching.

Washington Leaders (-3) at Houston Texans

Linebackers captain Cole Holcomb (foot) and running back JD McKissic (neck) did not train. Center Tyler Larsen (linebacker), linebacker David Mayo (hamstring), tight end Armani Rogers (knee), wide receiver Curtis Samuel (leg) and tight end Logan Thomas (rib) were all limited, while running linebacker Antonio Gibson (knee) and Sprinting Jonathan Williams (knee) was a full participant.

Texas defensive lineman Mario Addison (not injury-related rest), wide receiver Brandin Cox (hip/wrist), linebacker Neville Hewitt (hamstring), defensive end Jerry Hughes (not injury-related rest) and running back Dari Ogunbwale (foot) did not He does practice on Thursdays.

Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) at Indianapolis Colts

Josh Jobe (hamstring) did not participate in Wednesday’s training. Wide receiver AJ Brown (ankle), wide receiver Britain Covey (groin), defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (foot), quarterback Jason Kelce (ankle), linebacker Haason Reddick (groin) and wide receiver DeVonta Smith (knee) were all limited. Brown says he’s fine and will play on Sunday.

Colts Defensive Tackle DeForest Buckner (neck), cornerback Stephon Gilmour (rest), running back Deon Jackson (knee), safety Rodney McLeod Jr. (rest), cornerback Kenny Moore (illness), defensive end Kwity Paye (ankle) and long snapper Luke Rhodes (calf) They weren’t all in on Wednesday. Buckner has had other injuries this season, but this is the first time he’s reported due to a neck problem.

Cornerback Ryan Kelly (knee), defensive end Yannick Ngakoye (back), and tight end Jelani Woods (shoulder) were limited and linebacker Jojo Doman (neck) was a full participant.

New York Jets at New England Patriots (-3)

Corey Davies (knee), guard Nate Herbig (leg) and defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins (elbow) did not train on Wednesday. Duane Brown’s tackle (shoulder) was limited.

Patriots center David Andrews is off the injury report, which is important for quarterback Mack Jones. Punter Jake Bailey (back), defensive lineman Christian Barmore (knee), safety Kyle Dugger (ankle), linebacker Anferne Jennings (back), wide receiver DeVante Parker (knee) and linebacker Josh Uche (hamstring) were all limited. . Rookie defensive lineman Darcus Mitchell did not practice due to illness.

Detroit Lions at New York Giants (-3)

Lions running back Jamaal Williams (illness), Josh Reynolds (back), offensive tackle Taylor Decker (resting, veteran), quarterback Frank Ragno (foot), and defensive lineman Josh Paschal (knee) did not participate in practices on Wednesday.

Safety DeShon Elliott (concussion protocol), running back D’Andre Swift (ankle/shoulder), linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez (elbow), cornerback Chase Lucas (ankle), safety Ifeatu Melifonwu (ankle) and offensive lineman Matt Nelson (calf) They were all full participants.

For the Giants, Daniel Bellinger (eye), defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence (rest) and Kevon Thibodeau (illness) did not participate. Safety Dan Belton, wide receiver Kenny Juladay, offensive tackle Evan Neal, wide receiver Wandell Robinson (hamstring) and linebacker Jihad Ward (thumb) were limited.

Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-4)

Rams tight end Cooper Cobb is out of the IR at short term after surgery on his ankle, and Week 11 will mark his first week away from the team since last week’s injury.

Center Josh Andrews (illness), defensive end Marcus Davenport (calf), defensive back JT Gray (hamstring), offensive tackle James Hurst (concussion), running back Mark Ingram (knee), defensive end Cameron Jordan (eye) Offensive cornerback Marshawn Lattimore (abdomen), guard Andrus Peat (triceps), Ryan Ramczyk (illness), and Pete Werner (ankle) have not trained,

Josh Andrews (illness), Marcus Davenport (calf), JT Gray (hamstring), James Hurst (concussion), Mark Ingram (knee), Cam Jordan (eye), Marshawn Lattimore (abdomen), Andros Peete ( Triceps), Ryan Ramzyk (illness) and Pete Werner (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday.

Jarvis Landry (ankle), Marcus May (belly) and Malcolm Roach (ankle) were all limited.

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons (-3)

Bears tight end Cole Kemet (groin), running back David Montgomery (personal), offensive lineman Tivin Jenkins (hip), defensive end quarterbacks Mohamed (knee) and cornerback Kendall Feldor (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. Kumait spoke to the media and said he believed the injury was not serious. Cornerback Kyler Gordon (knee) and safety Dane Cruikshank (hamstring).

Cornerback AJ Terrell (hamstring), free safety Erik Harris (foot) were Falcons tight end and tight end Felipe Franks (calf) didn’t practice on Wednesday.

Cincinnati Bengals (-4) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase (hip), offensive tackle La’el (NIR – rest), safety Dax Hill (shoulder) and defensive tackle Josh Tupou (calf) have yet to train on the Bengals side.

Halfbacks Chris Evans (knee) and Trey Flowers (hamstring) were limited in practice and Mike Helton (finger) was a full participant.

Steelers safety Minka Fitzpatrick didn’t practice and missed a game last week with an appendix, but head coach Mike Tomlin says,We are really optimistic about it.”

Guard Kevin Dotson (hip), safety Marcus Allen (illness), linebacker Devin Bosh (knee), linebackers Larry Ogunjubi (knee), offensive linemen Trent Scott (linebacker) and Akello Witherspoon (hamstring) also did not practice. Running back Nagy Harris (knee) was a full participant and knee pain shouldn’t affect him, Tomlin says.

Star linebacker TJ Watt (chest) was a full participant. Rookie defensive lineman DeMarvin Leal is back in practice, but is still on the reserve/injured list.

Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos (-2.5)

Raiders Amir Abdullah (ill), re-Brandon Bolden (personal) and Roc O-Sun (personal) did not practice. Wide receiver Davante Adams (belly), linebacker Luke Masterson (ribs), offensive tackle (shoulder/belly), middle linebacker Denzel Berryman (hips/ribs), and linebacker Sam Webb (knee) were limited. Quarterback Derek Carr was a full participant with a back injury.

The Broncos had 15 players on their first injury report this week.

KJ Williams (wrist/elbow/knee), K’Waun Hamler (hamstring), linebacker/tight end Andrew Beck (hamstring), wide receiver Jerry Goody (ankle) and defensive lineman Eyioma Uwazurike (illness) did not practice.

Outside linebacker Baron Browning (hip), Offensive lineman Tom Compton (back), tackle Cam Fleming (quadruple), guard Graham Glasgow (shoulder), wide receiver Kendall Hinton (shoulder), cornerback Kareem Jackson (injury-related), man Defensive lineman Mike Purcell (injury-related) and safety Justin Simmons (knee) were limited in practice.

Dallas Cowboys (-1) at Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings did not train Christian Darisot (concussion), cornerback Ekayleb Evans (concussion), and linebacker Dalvin Tomlinson (calf). Outside linebacker Zadarius Smith (knee) and wide receiver Justin Jefferson (toe) were limited.

Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

Mekul Hardman (abdominal/illness), Chris Lamons (concussion), JoJo Smith-Schuster (concussion) and wide receiver Marquis Valdes-Scantling (illness) did not participate in practice on Wednesday. Running Gerrick McKinnon (hamstring/shoulder) and running back Legarius Snead (knee) were limited.

Dustin Hopkins (hamstring), outside linebacker Khalil Mack (rest) and chaser JK Scott (illness) were all left out. Wide receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring), wide receiver DeAndre Carter (ribs), tight end Gerald Everett (thigh), tackle Trey Pipkins (knee), outside linebacker Chris Rumph (knee) and wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) All are limited.

San Francisco 49ers (-8) vs. Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals will miss Zach Ertz, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. All-star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) was absent from practice Thursday, while quarterback Kyler Murray (hamstring) was limited.

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