NFL Week 3 Injury Report: Complete Team-by-Team Inactive List
With Week 3 of the 2012 NFL regular season upon us, the talk has shifted from predictions to which players will be missing their team’s upcoming action.
Stars like Matt Forte and Jeremy Maclin have fans seriously concerned about their playing time or whether they will even play at all.
Checking the inactive list is one of the biggest parts of every football fanatic's weekend, and we have all the updates you need for your fantasy team or your favorite NFL squad.
Keep it here for all the latest news as it breaks.
Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons
While Falcons insider Jay Adams is reporting that this is just a maintenance rest period, the fact that Jones is sitting out practice is worthy of monitoring as the week progresses.
Matt Forte, RB, Chicago Bears
After suffering an injury in Week 2, Bears running back Matt Forte missed practice all week and will not play Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit Lions
According to Titans beat writer for The Tennessean Jim Wyatt, Calvin Johnson practiced Friday and is probable for Sunday’s matchup against Tennessee.
Darrelle Revis, CB, New York Jets
Jeremy Maclin, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
The hope was that Jeremy Maclin would play in Week 3 for the Eagles, but ESPN insider John Clayton is reporting that he will not play Sunday against Arizona.
Full Inactive List
Inactive lists will be updated as they become available.
Green Bay at Seattle
Packers: WR Jarrett Boykin, SS Sean Richardson, CB Davon House, RB James Starks, LB Terrell Manning, LB Jamari Lattimore, TE Tom Crabtree
Seahawks: SS Winston Guy, CB Danny Gorrer, CB Byron Maxwell, C Lemuel Jeanpierre, G James Carpenter, WR Doug Baldwin, DT Jaye Howard
New England at Baltimore
Patriots: CB Alfonzo Dennard, DE Brandon Deadrick, DE Jake Bequette, DT Justin Frances, TE Aaron Hernandez, RB Shance Vereen, OL Nick McDonald
Ravens: WR LaQuan Williams, CB Asa Jackson, G/T Jah Reid, TE Billy Bajema, DE DeAngelo Tyson, OLB Sergio Kindle, DT Bryan Hall
Philadelphia at Arizona
Eagles: WR Jeremy Maclin, T King Dunlap, WR Riley Cooper, T Nate Menken, QB Trent Edwards, DE Vinny Curry, RB Dion Lewis.
Cardinals: QB John Skelton, WR LaRon Byrd, TE Todd Heap, RB William Powell, LB Jamaal Westerman, S Adrian Wilson, G Pat McQuistan.
Atlanta at San Diego
Falcons: WR Drew Davis, CB Chris Owens, RB Antone Smith, G Joe Hawley, T Lamar Holmes, DE Jonathan Massaquoi, DE Cliff Matthews.
Chargers: RB Ronnie Brown, SS Brandon Taylor, LB Jonas Mouton, DT Antonio Garay, TE Ladarius Green, OL Jared Gaither, CB Shareece Wright.
Houston at Denver
Texans: QB John Beck, WR DeVier Posey, CB Roc Carmichael, CB Brandon Harris, ILB Tim Dobbins, OT Andrew Gardner and OG Brandon Brooks.
Broncos: G Chris Kuper, QB Caleb Hanie, WR Andre Caldwell, RB Knowshon Moreno, LB Steven Johnson, C C.J. Davis, DT Sealver Siliga.
Pittsburgh at Oakland
Steelers: LB Stevenson Sylvester, S Troy Polamalu, QB Charlie Batch, RB Rashard Mendenhall, LB James Harrison, NT Alameda Ta’amu, T Mike Adams.
Raiders: QB Terrelle Pryor, CB Shawntae Spencer, T Khalif Barnes, T Joseph Barksdale, LB Lucas Nix, WR Juron Criner, DT Christo Bilukidi.
St. Louis at Chicago
Rams: DT Michael Brockers, DT Matthew Conrath, LT Rodger Saffold, QB Austin Davis, S Matthew Daniels, RB Terrance Ganaway and WR Brian Quick.
Bears: WR Dane Sanzenbacher, RB Matt Forte, G Edwin Williams, DT Matt Toeaina, OL Jonathan Scott, DL Nate Collins, DL Cheta Ozougwu.
Buffalo at Cleveland
Bills: RB Fred Jackson, QB Tarvaris Jackson, DE Kyle Moore, LB Kirk Morrison, OL Sam Young, OL Colin Brown, WR Ruvell Martin.
Browns: QB Thaddeus Lewis, LB James-Michael Johnson, T Ryan Miller, WR Jordan Norwood, RB Brandon Jackson, TE Alex Smith, S Eric Hagg
Tampa Bay at Dallas
Buccaneers: CB Anthony Gaitor, CB E.J. Biggers, RB Michael Smith, S Keith Tandy, WR Chris Owusu, T Jamon Meredith, DE George Johnson.
Cowboys: WR Cole Beasley, LB Alex Albright, S Matt Johnson, C Phil Costa, DTs Kenyon Coleman, DT Jay Ratliff, SS Gerald Sensabaugh.
NY Jets at Miami
Jets: QB Greg McElroy, RB John Conner, G Dennis Landolt, CB Donnie Fletcher, TE Dustin Keller, DT Damon Harrison, G Caleb Schauderaff.
Dolphins: OL Will Yeatman, OL Ray Feigna, QB Pat Devlin, DE Tony McDaniel, WR Rishard Matthews, TE Michael Egnew, QB Matt Moore.
San Francisco at Minnesota
49ers: QB Scott Tolzien, WR A.J. Jenkins, WR Ted Ginn Jr., RB LaMichael James, RB Brandon Jacobs, G Joe Looney, NT Ian Williams.
Vikings: QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, WR Jarius Wright, CB Brandon Burton, S Robert Blanton, LB Erin Henderson, OL Mark Asper, DW D’Aundre Reed.
Kansas City at New Orleans
Chiefs: TE Kevin Boss, QB Ricky Stanzi, WR Devon Wylie, S Kendrick Lewis, CB Jacques Reeves, TE Jake O’Connell, DT Anthony Toribio
Saints: WR Joseph Morgan, RB Chris Ivory, RB Travaris Cadet, CB Elbert Mack, DT Tyrunn Walker, T Bryce Harris, DE Turk McBride.
Cincinnati at Washington
Bengals: CB Dre’ Kirkpatrick, TE Donald Lee, CB Leon Hall, TE Richard Quinn, WR Ryan Whalen, WR Marvin Jones, DT Brandon Thompson.
Redskins: WR Pierre Garcon, QB Rex Grossman, S Brandon Meriweather, S Jordan Pugh, G Josh LeRibeus, G Adam Gettis, DE Doug Worthington.
Detroit at Tennessee
Lions: S Louis Delmas, TE Tony Scheffler, DE Lawrence Jackson, DE Travis Lewis, T Corey Hilliard, T Jason Fox, QB Kellen Moore.
Titans: DT Shaun Smith, RB Javon Ringer, CB Al Afalava, LB Colin McCarthy, OL Mike Otto, OL Deuce Lutui, WR Lavelle Hawkins
Jacksonville at Indianapolis
Jaguars: RB Rashard Jennings, LB Daryl Smith, OL Eben Britton, OL Cameron Bradfield, DE George Selvie, DE Austen Lane, DT Jeris Pendleton.
Colts: QB Chandler Harnish, CB Josh Gordy, RB Delone Carter, LB Pat Angerer, OL Bradley Sowell, OL Joe Reitz, DE Dwight Freeney.
Thursday Night Football
NY Giants at Carolina
Giants (via The Star-Ledger's Jenny Vrentas): RB Ahmad Bradshaw, WR Hakeem Nicks, WR Domenik Hixon, TE Adrien Robinson, RT David Diehl, DE Adewale Ojomo, CB Michael Coe
Panthers (via Vrentas): QB Jimmy Clausen, RB Jonathan Stewart, RT Byron Bell, G Mike Pollak, DT Sione Fua, LB Thomas Davis, S Colin Jones
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