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NFL injury report after Week 10 games

DPOY candidate injured

The MRI on T.J. Watt´s hip and knee injuries provided positive news for the Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday on NFL NOW that there is little, if any, structural damage to Watt’s hip and knee, per a source informed of the situation.

Rapoport added that Watt is sore, and if there were a game today, he wouldn’t be able to play. But the good news from the tests suggests Watt might be able to play this week against the Los Angeles Chargers, and if he has to miss a game, the absence should be brief — as little as one game. Watt exited the tie after suffering two injuries on a third-quarter sack on Jared Goff. The Defensive Player of the Year candidate brought his season sack total to 12.5 with the QB takedown — Watt is half a sack behind league-leader Myles Garrett.

Aaron Jones, running back, Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones went down in Sunday’s game with a knee injury, requiring assistance to reach the sideline. After being examined in the medical tent, Jones was spotted in tears and needed to be consoled by his family. It’s an ominous sign for the Packers’ star ball-carrier and one of the top fantasy football running backs. With Jones likely sidelined indefinitely, A.J. Dillon becomes an immediate top-10 running back moving forward.

ESPN´s Adam Schefter reported Sunday night that Green Bay’s initial belief is Jones suffered an MCL injury. Further testing determined he is dealing with a mild MCL sprain, keeping him out for 1-2 weeks. With Green Bay on a bye in Week 13, expect Jones to return the following Sunday.

Kyler Murray, quarterback, Arizona Cardinals

When Kyler Murray returned to practice on Friday, taking part in drills on a limited basis, the Cardinals listed him ‘questionable’ on the final NFL injury report for Week 10. But it became clear by Sunday morning that the MVP candidate wouldn’t play, with Arizona opting to play it safe.

Given he is making significant progress and it came down to a game-time decision, there’s a real possibility he returns in Week 11 to face the Seattle Seahawks. Kliff Kingsbury told reports it will be a “close” decision for Murray’s availability, meaning we are bracing for another game-time decision.








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