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The 2014-15 NFL regular season will be wrapping up within just three weeks and as we get closer to the Playoffs and the Super Bowl there are some players who have suffered injuries and are likely to be out for the upcoming games.
The following is the most updated information on this week’s injury report:
Zach Mettenberger injured his right shoulder again and this time it looks to be worse and Jim Wyatt of The Daily Tennessean is reporting that he’s likely done for year.
Jake Locker will step back up as the starter and try to salvage some semblance of a career.
Percy Harvin had one of his best games in a long time with a 6-124-1 line, but then injured his ankle in the third quarter as the Jets went on to lose to the Vikings in overtime. He was seen on crutches after the game and the initial thought by beat writers is that the injury could keep him out for the final three games.
Andre Johnson suffered a concussion in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Jaguars and will go into the NFL’s concussion protocol.
Andre Ellington wasn’t able to play this Sunday due to a hernia and now his season is over, as he will have surgery. He was used as an every down back this season even after injuring his foot early in the season. This season may have scared the Cardinals away from keeping him as an every down back, but it will depend on how well their other running backs step up.
Torrey Smith’s knee swelled up during pregame warmups and since he had already been activated the Ravens just ended up using him as decoy. He saw no targets and it doesn’t look as if he did anything to aggravate the injury, so he should be day to day and have a good chance to play next week.
Rashad Jennings ended up being active, but only saw three touches to Andre Williams’ 27 touches. Jennings’ ankle was obviously not 100 percent and Williams played well enough that they didn’t force the issue. He will probably be limited again this week, but his chances to take back the lead back role next week are good.
Ladarius Green was knocked out of the Sunday Night game with a concussion. This has been a lost season for the super sleeper as Antonio Gates had a resurgence as the starter. He still has all the tangibles to be an offensive monster in the future.
Reggie Wayne didn’t need to leave the game with an injury, but after yet another poor game his coach Chuck Pagano told reporter that Wayne is battling knee and elbow injuries as well as a torn triceps.
Colt McCoy was pushed from the game with a strained neck and was sent to the hospital for evaluation. McCoy had been awful the whole game and it’s doubtful he’ll be back as the starter next week.
Roy Helu injured his foot in Washington’s loss to the Rams and was unable to return to the game. Cardinals’ defensive back Antonio Cromartie exited the game against the Chiefs with an Achilles injury was carted to the locker room after a non-contact injury. It appeared to be an Achilles, but coach Bruce Arians told reporters it was not, but did not elaborate.
Bills’ safety Da’Norris Searcy suffered a hamstring injury against the Broncos. Dolphins’ free safety Louis Delmas is feared to have torn his ACL in his right knee. Buccaneers’ linebacker Lavonte David was forced from the game with a head injury.
Chargers punter Mike Scifres was carted off in the second quarter after getting hit hard on a blocked punt. He appeared to hurt his shoulder and possibly his whole body.
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