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NFL Playoffs Injury

NFL Playoffs Injury

source: Bleachreport.com

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This is the most recent NFL playoffs injury report:

Cincinnati Bengals: OUT: A.J. Green (concussion) WR; Dane Sanzenbacher (concussion) WR; James Wright (knee) WR. QUESTIONABLE: Jermaine Gresham (back) TE; Cedric Peerman(concussion, shoulder) RB.

Green was ruled out for Sunday’s game on Saturday afternoon, which is a huge blow for the Bengals. (Random tangent: An ode to San-zen-bach-er, from Jon Gruden.)

Indianapolis Colts: OUT: Hugh Thornton (shoulder) G. DOUBTFUL: A.Q. Shipley (ankle) C. QUESTIONABLE: Trent Richardson (illness) RB. PROBABLE:Dwayne Allen (knee) TE; Josh Cribbs (not injury related) WR; Jerrell Freeman (hamstring) LB; Joe Reitz (ankle) G; Erik Walden (knee) LB; Reggie Wayne (groin) WR; Bjoern Werner (shoulder) LB.

The Colts’ O-line is banged up, but having Allen and Wayne should help Andrew Luck.

Dallas Cowboys: DOUBTFUL: Doug Free (Ankle) OT. QUESTIONABLE: Tyrone Crawford (illness) DT; Anthony Hitchens (ankle) LB. PROBABLE: DeMarco Murray (hand) RB; Tony Romo (back) QB;Bruce Carter (knee) LB; Nick Hayden (shoulder) DT; Zack Martin (ankle) G.

With Henry Melton already out, the Cowboys need Crawford healthy along the D-line.

Detroit Lions: OUT: Larry Warford (knee) G. DOUBTFUL: Nick Fairley (knee) DT.

PROBABLE: Ezekiel Ansah (toe) DE; Calvin Johnson (ankle) WR.

Don’t expect Fairley to conjure a miracle and see the field. source: nfl.com

The Arizona Cardinals will be without their top two quarterbacks, leaving the unproven Ryan Lindley as their starter by necessity, when they face the Carolina Panthers in a first-round NFC game Saturday afternoon in Charlotte. The Pittsburgh Steelers might be minus tailback Le’Veon Bell, the NFL’s second-leading rusher during the regular season, when they host the Baltimore Ravens in an opening-round AFC game Saturday night.

The Steelers secured the AFC North title and earned a home game this weekend when they beat the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday night in Pittsburgh. But it was a costly victory for the Steelers as Bell hurt his right knee on an open-field hit by Bengals safety Reggie Nelson.

2015 NFL Postseason Schedule

Date Time (ET) Matchup TV
Divisional Round
Saturday, Jan. 10 4:35 p.m. Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots NBC
Saturday, Jan. 10 8:15 p.m. Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks Fox
Sunday, Jan. 11 1:05 p.m. Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers Fox
Sunday, Jan. 11 4:40 p.m. Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos CBS
Conference Championship
Sunday, Jan. 18 3:05 p.m. NFC Championship Game Fox
Sunday, Jan. 18 6:40 p.m. AFC Championship Game CBS
Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 1 6:30 p.m. Super Bowl XLIX NBC

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