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NFL Week 2 Injuries: Michael Pittman downgraded to out.Alvin Kamara, Gabe Davis Suspicious

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Week 2 of the 2022 season is already underway. The Chiefs and Chargers got us started on Thursday and now we have the rest of the slate ahead of us, including a Monday night doubleheader. Yes, and there are plenty of notable situations across the league.

Of course, the Steelers will miss star pass rusher TJ Watt in their Week 2 game against the Patriots, and will remain sidelined for the foreseeable future after being placed on the IR after suffering a chest injury in Game 2. will be Elsewhere in the league, the Buccaneers have several receivers.

After a week of practice, the team released their final injury report and rolled out their game stats for Week 2. Below you can find a breakdown of each of these reports and the biggest injuries.

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New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers (-2)

The biggest news to come out of New England revolves around undesignated quarterback Mac Jones after receiving injury reports and dealing with illness and a back injury. Each player was a limited participant in Friday practice.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had everyone practice well and none of them, including running back Nagy Harris (foot), are injured heading into Week 2.

For Carolina, Smith has been a limited participant all week, but is on the wrong track heading into Week 2 after being demoted to the DNP on Friday. Smith, meanwhile, showed up for injury reports for the first time as a non-participant on Friday. Due to groin injury. But head coach Matt Rule told reporters Smith was “on the positive side of being questionable” and if he can’t go, he’ll have Laviska Shenault Jr. or DJ Moore return the punt. can do.

Pass rusher Thibodeau’s NFL debut could be kicked out for another week as the rookie is officially listed as questionable for his actions against the Panthers on Sunday. Tony, on the other hand, was a limited attendee on both Thursday and Friday.

Schweitzer doubts he will play with hamstring issues. He didn’t practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but returned on Friday as a limited participant. He was a limited participant all week. On Saturday, the Commanders added Pro Bowl defensive tackle Allen to the injury report.

Swift was able to practice for the first time this Friday, albeit on a limited basis.

Head coach Robert Saleh had already announced that veteran quarterback Joe Flacco would be Sunday’s starter, so Wilson’s official omission was just a formality. Uzoma’s condition appears to be tilting in the wrong direction as he did not participate on Friday after showing up in injury reports with a hamstring injury.

Conklin returned to practice on Friday in limited numbers after not attending on Thursday, so he tends to wrap up the week.

Pittman did not practice Thursday or Friday due to a quadriceps injury that occurred Wednesday.On Friday, head coach Frank Reich said “optimistic Pitt will be fine,” but he reportedly downgraded to out He’ll play after the Colts look optimistic. Look for Paris Campbell and Alec Pierce to expand their roles.

The Jaguar again had no injuries to report. No player was given a nomination for the game.

  • buccaneersWR Chris Godwin (hamstring) OUT; CB Zyon McCollum (hamstring), OT Donovan Smith (elbow) DOUBTFUL; WR Mike Evans (calf), RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring), WR Russell Gage (hamstring) , WR Julio Jones (knee), WR Breshad Perriman (knee), OT Tristan Wilfs (abdomen)
  • saints: CB Paulson Adebo (ankle) OUT; RB Alvin Kamara (rib), WR Trequan Smith (shoulder), RB Dwayne Washington (hamstring), QB Jameis Winston (back), RB Mark Ingram (ankle), CB Alonte Taylor (hip) )

Tampa Bay will miss Sunday’s road match against the Saints after Godwin missed practice all week with a hamstring injury. Evans, meanwhile, has made a limited return to practice after missing Thursday’s session, which is a positive sign for his status.

Kamara is officially listed as a suspect for Sunday’s appearance, but with the star’s running back not practicing on both Thursday and Friday, he could be the real game time decider. For the rest of the suspected saints listed in the final report, we were able to have limited practice on Friday, including Winston (behind).

  • Dolphin: TE Cethan Carter (concussion) OUT; RB Salvon Ahmed (heel), OT Teron Armstead (toe), WR Sed Wilson (toe), DE Christian Wilkins (back), TE Hunter Long (ankle)
  • ravens: T Ronnie Stanley (ankle), WR James Proche II (groin) DOUBTFUL; RB JK Dobbins (knee), CB Marlon Humphrey (groin), DT Travis Jones (knee), CB Marcus Peters (knee), FB Patrick Ricard ( calf), DB Brandon Stevens (quad)

Miami has five players listed as suspect on Sunday, but all five were limited attendees at practice Friday. Armstead is a figure to watch as we want him in the lineup to stop. Wilkins is an interesting case, as his back injury appears to have recurred in the week. He showed up at Thursday’s injury report and was a limited participant in the final two practice sessions.

Dobbins has been fully present at practice for a week and is suspected for the second week. His full participation throughout the week suggests he is playing well. Meanwhile, Humphrey didn’t practice on Friday after being restricted on Thursday, and Stanley returned to practice with restrictions, but that’s questionable.

Barnes is heading in the right direction for Seattle, as he returned to practice on Friday as a limited participant after missing the previous two sessions. Coleman did the opposite, missing Thursday with a calf injury but not Friday.

Branskil will be out on Sunday after missing practice for a week due to a hamstring injury. As for Kittle, he is back as a limited participant on Friday after missing practices on Wednesday and Thursday and will have a chance to play after being absent last week.

Atlanta will miss Williams in Week 2 after RB missed practice all week. His absence could mean rookie Tyler Allgaier will make his NFL debut when the Falcons take on the Rams. Allgeier ran for 120 yards in Week 1. He will be the backup behind Cordarrelle Patterson.

Jefferson missed two straight games with a knee injury. With Allen already ruled out, the Rams also have concerns on their offensive line, but the note boom is questionable. Noteboom was restricted from practicing Thursday and Friday, but Sean McVay wants him to play. It doesn’t look good for Floyd as he missed practice on Thursday and Friday after being restricted on Wednesday.

Kyler Murray will miss two of his wide receivers this week, with Isabella and Moore ruled out with back and hamstring injuries, respectively. Mullen, Pugh, Thompson and Watt are in doubt if they’ll wear suits, but he was in attendance with all four players in limited attendance at Friday’s practice. Watt said he hopes to rush passersby in the second week.

The Raiders will miss key players this week in James, Maurig and Perryman. None of the three of them practiced all week. I doubt Bolden will play, and he hasn’t practiced all week either.

Britt is away on Sunday for personal reasons. Jordan, who returned to practice on Friday as a limited participant after being absent on Thursday, is in doubt with his ankle injury.

Meinerz and Hamler are two Broncos, neither of whom has practiced for a week, so they won’t be able to wear their suits on Sunday. Turner is one of five players listed as in doubt, but he’s been in full practice all week and seems poised to return to the lineup. As for the two defenders, it’s positive that all four had at least limited participation in practice on Friday.

Higgins was fully present at practice on Friday. This shows that he tends to play in Dallas on Sundays. The team noted on Thursday that he was a DNP, but that was due to personal issues.

The Cowboys will miss Gallup again as they continue rehabbing a torn ACL. Kearse is listed as suspect in the Cowboys’ official injury report, of dallas morning news Head coach Mike McCarthy reports that he has been ruled out. Quarterback Dak Prescott (thumb), left guard Conor McGovern (ankle) and defensive end Tarrell Basham (thigh) have also been ruled out. .

Chicago are in very good health overall and heading into a prime-time matchup, citing only Jones Jr. as an eventual injury. he is suspicious Offensively, his lineman Riley Leif (shoulder) has not received a designation after playing full games on both Thursday and Friday.

The Packers are expected to bounce back in Week 2 after a disappointing loss to the Vikings in their season-opener, but Aaron Rodgers will likely have to operate without his offensive couple of linemen. There is a nature. Bakhtiari was restricted on Wednesday and Friday, but missed Thursday’s practice. Jenkins returned to practice on Friday as a full participant. Lazard, meanwhile, was a limited practice participant throughout the week, while Runyan didn’t practice until restricted Friday.

Phillips tallied six catches and was a reliable option in Ryan Tannehill’s NFL debut. Hilliard has two receiving touchdowns for him last week, so Tennessee has no second option for him. Trenton Cannon and Hassan Haskins are in backup running back duties.

Clearly, the Bills player to watch is Davis. Davis was limited in Saturday’s practice with a stunning ankle injury.

Booth didn’t practice all week, so it wasn’t a surprise that the rookie cornerback would be out. Patrick Peterson missed practice for personal reasons, but he plans to play.

No players will be playing for the Eagles in Monday night’s showdown. No players were restricted from practice on Saturday.