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Here is this week´s football injury report with players and possible rule outs:
Dwayne Allen, TE, Indianapolis Colts (ankle): The Colts believe that Allen suffered a high ankle sprain against the Patriots. What they do not yet know is the severity of the injury. Allen could be out for several weeks or the rest of the season if it’s major; or, he could dodge a bullet if it’s not quite as bad.
Julius Thomas, TE, Denver Broncos (ankle): The defending AFC champs lost several offensive stalwarts in their Sunday loss to the Rams, and we’ll start with Thomas, who left the St. Louis game early and did not return. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said that Thomas’ ankle injury is not thought to be a high ankle sprain, which, if true, would put him back on the field earlier than later.
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Denver Broncos (concussion): Sanders was absolutely blown up in the third quarter of the Rams game, and the Broncos immediately ruled him out with a concussion. Reports indicate that he was alert after the game concluded, and as long as he can pass the league’s concussion protocol this week, he should be good to go against the Dolphins’ stout defense.
Montee Ball, RB, Denver Broncos (groin): Ball had missed five games with a groin injury, and he re-injured the area early in Sunday’s loss — on the first play of the game, and later, on a quick pass. The Broncos will do further tests, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if Ball’s season is over.
Max Unger, C, Seattle Seahawks (ankle): The Seahawks lost defensive tackle Brandon Mebane for the season to a hamstring injury last week, and any similarly serious injury to Unger would prove to be a major hit to Seattle’s already iffy offensive line. Unger is the most reliable member of that front five, and he suffered a high ankle sprain in Seattle’s loss to the Chiefs. He also suffered a knee injury in the fourth quarter of that game.
Philip Rivers, QB, San Diego Chargers (ribs, other): Rivers has been dealing with a hand injury, and he appeared to have a swelled-up knee in San Diego’s Sunday win over the Raiders, but the real point of concern for the team may be Rivers’ ribs. The quarterback is one of the toughest players in the league, and tight end Antonio Gates said after the game that Rivers has been playing with a “very severe rib injury” over the past few weeks.
Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona Cardinals (knee): Fitzgerald suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain during the Cardinals’ win over the Lions but expects to play in Arizona’s Week 12 game against Seattle.source: www.si.com
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