Week 13 NFL injuries: Seahawks' Kenneth Walker doubtful with oblique injury, Cowboys good to go for 'TNF'



Injuries are unfortunately a reality in the NFL, and as we enter Week 13, all 32 clubs are banged up. The Browns could be in line for another quarterback switch, Packers running back Aaron Jones is nursing a knee injury, as is Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell. 

There are also a couple of players who could be set to return to the lineup in the near future, such as Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton and Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who both had their practice windows opened this week. 

Below, we will analyze the midweek injury reports for all NFL teams that play on Sunday, and break down the final injury report for the Thursday night matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys. 

Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook

Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys (-9)

Seahawks: OG Phil Haynes (toe) OUT; RB Kenneth Walker III (oblique), WR Dareke Young (abdomen) DOUBTFUL; DE Leonard Williams (ankle), TE Will Dissly (hip), WR Dee Eskridge (ribs) QUESTIONABLE

Cowboys: NONE

It appears Walker is set to miss another game with an oblique injury, as he did not practice all week, and is listed as doubtful. Trade-deadline addition Leonard Williams is questionable to play, but he was a full participant in practice on Wednesday. 

No players were given game designations for Dallas. Micah Parsons did not practice Tuesday due to an illness, but he was back at practice as a full participant on Wednesday. The same goes for Dante Fowler, who missed Monday’s session with an illness as well. Running back Rico Dowdle was limited on Monday and Tuesday with an ankle issue, but he was a full participant on Wednesday. 

Colts cornerback Julius Brents (quad) and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (toe) did not practice on Wednesday. Defensive tackle DeForest Buckner (shoulder) was limited.

For Tennessee, offensive guard Daniel Brunskill (knee) and quarterback Will Levis (ankle) were limited participants Wednesday. Wide receiver Treylon Burks also made his return to the practice field after suffering a concussion vs. the Steelers almost a month ago. He was limited as well. 

Linebacker Alex Anzalone was the only Lion who did not practice on Wednesday, as he sat out with a hand injury. Offensive guard Jonah Jackson (ankle/wrist), running back David Montgomery (foot) and defensive back Tracy Walker III (shoulder) were limited participants.

For the Saints, defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle), safety Marcus Maye (shoulder), running back Kendre Miller (ankle), wide receiver Rashid Shaheed (thigh) and linebacker Pete Werner (shoulder/oblique) did not practice on Wednesday. Kicker Blake Grupe (right groin) and wide receiver Chris Olave (concussion) were limited.

Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (groin) did not participate for the Broncos on Wednesday. Wide receiver Marvin Mims Jr. (hamstring) was limited. Kicker Wil Litz (hip) was also limited. 

For the Texans, C.J. Stroud (thigh) was listed on the injury report with a thigh injury — but he practiced in full. Wide receiver Tank Dell (calf), tight end Dalton Schultz (hamstring), and tackle Laremy Tunsil (knee) did not participate in practice. Wide receiver Noah brown (knee) was limited. 

Running back Israel Abanikanda was the only Jet who did not practice Wednesday due to injury, as he was held out with an illness. The real headline for New York, however, was the return of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who was officially a limited participant in practice Wednesday with his torn Achilles, or “calf” injury. He tore his Achilles 79 days ago. Offensive lineman Mekhi Becton (ankle/knee), cornerback Michael Carter II (hamstring), running back Breece Hall (hamstring), defensive back Justin Hardee (hamstring), defensive end Will McDonald IV (shoulder), offensive guard Wes Schweitzer (calf) and offensive tackle Billy Turner (finger) were also limited participants. 

For the Chargers, star wideout Keenan Allen (quadricep) and tight end Nick Vannett (concussion) did not practice Wednesday. Offensive tackle Trey Pipkins (wrist), offensive tackle Rashawn Slater (back) and safety JT Woods (illness) were limited participants.

For the Patriots, wide receiver Demario Douglas (concussion) and offensive weapon Ty Montgomery (illness) missed practice on Wednesday. Center David Andrews (foot), linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley (hamstring), wide receiver Kayshon Boutte (shoulder), offensive tackle Trent Brown (ankle/chest), running back Ezekiel Elliott (thigh), wide receiver Matthew Slater (ankle), offensive guard Sidy Sow (ankle), defensive end Deatrich Wise Jr. (shoulder) and linebacker Chris Board (back) were limited participants. 

Wide receiver Marquise Brown (heel), cornerback Antonio Hamilton (groin), tight end Trey McBride (groin), cornerback Starling Thomas V (ankle), safety Jalen Thompson (ribs) and wide receiver Michael Wilson (shoulder) did not practice for the Cardinals on Wednesday. Safety Joey Blount (knee), defensive tackle Kevin Strong (knee) and offensive tackle Elijah Wilkinson (neck) were limited.

Wide receiver Calvin Austin III was the only Steeler who did not practice Wednesday due to an injury, as he’s dealing with an ankle issue. Quarterback Kenny Pickett was listed on the injury report with an ankle injury, but he was a full participant. So was safety Minkah Fitzpatrick with his hamstring issue. 

For the Dolphins, wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle), safety Jevon Holland (knees), offensive tackle Kendall Lamm (back) and running back Raheem Mostert (ankle/knee) did not practice on Wednesday. Running back De’Von Achane (knee), offensive tackle Terron Armstead (knee/quad), defensive back Elijah Campbell (shoulder), pass rusher Bradley Chubb (knee), wide receiver Chase Claypool (knee), offensive guard Robert Hunt (hamstring), offensive guard Robert Jones (knee), tight end Durham Smythe (ankle) and offensive lineman Connor Williams (illness) were limited participants. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was also listed on the injury report with his right arm laceration, but was a full participant. 

Safety Vonn Bell (shoulder), linebacker Marquis Haynes (back), tight end Hayden Hurst (concussion), wide receiver Laviska Shenault (ankle), tight end Tommy Tremble (hip) and offensive guard Chandler Zavala (knee) missed practice for the Panthers on Wednesday. NFL Media reports Zavala is being placed on injured reserve. Safety Jeremy Chinn (quadriceps), cornerback Jaycee Horn (hamstring) and offensive guard Cade Mays (ankle) were limited participants.

For the Bucs, linebacker Lavonte David (groin), cornerback Jamel Dean (ankle/foot) and defensive tackle Mike Greene (calf) did not practice Wednesday. Cornerback Carlton Davis (ankle), linebacker YaYa Diaby (ankle) and linebacker Devin White (foot) were limited. Quarterback Baker Mayfield was listed on the injury report with an ankle injury, but he was a full participant.

The 49ers don’t have many on the injury report, but Arik Armstead (foot) did not practice. Offensive tackle Trent Williams got a rest day. 

The Eagles had a walkthrough Wednesday, but their injury report is lengthy. Tight end Grant Calcaterra (ankle), defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (groin), linebacker Zach Cunningham (hamstring), safety Justin Evans (knee), and tight end Dallas Goedert (forearm) did not practice. Cunningham isn’t expected to play Sunday. 

Wide receiver A.J. Brown (thigh), defensive tackle Jordan Davis (hamstring), tackle Lane Johnson (groin), wide receiver Julio Jones (knee), wide receiver DeVonta Smith (knee), running back D’Andre Swift (ankle), and defensive tackle Milton Williams (concussion) were limited. Johnson is expected to play Sunday. 

For the Browns, defensive end Myles Garrett (shoulder), running back Kareem Hunt (groin), guard Wyatt Teller (calf), cornerback Denzel Ward (shoulder) did not practice. Dorian Thompson-Robinson is in the concussion protocol so Joe Flacco took quarterback snaps with the first team. 

The Rams have a mostly clean injury report as right tackle Rob Havenstein had a rest day. Safety Quentin Lake (hamstring) did not practice.

The Chiefs had running back Jerick McKinnon (groin) not practice. Nick Bolton (wrist) had his 21-day practice window opened and he was limited. 

For the Packers, running back Aaron Jones (knee) and A.J. Dillon (groin) did not practice. Wide receiver Jayden Reed (chest) also did not practice. Cornerback Jaire Alexander (shoulder), linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (neck), defensive tackle Kenny Clark (shoulder), safety Rudy Ford (biceps), linebacker Rashan Gary (shoulder), and wide receiver Dontayvion Wicks (knee) were limited. 





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