NFL Injury Report Week 10: Team by Team Updates, Inactive List & More
It is already Week 10 of the 2012 regular season, and we have crossed over the halfway point of the league schedule; this year is flying by.
There are many top NFL superstars coming into Week 10 that are banged up, and fantasy-football owners must start formulating backup plans for the potential inactives and stars on bye weeks.
We have all the news you need for your fantasy team or your favorite NFL squad, so keep it here for all the latest updates as they break.
Percy Harvin, WR, Minnesota Vikings
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Percy Harvin will be out Sunday with an ankle injury he suffered in Week 9. Fantasy owners should get him out of their starting lineup and find a viable backup plan as soon as possible.
Jamaal Charles, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
After leaving Kansas City’s Week 9 game with a neck injury, Jamaal Charles returned to practice Wednesday and looks good-to-go for the Chiefs' Monday-night matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to Dave Skretta of the Associated Press.
Hakeem Nicks, WR, New York Giants
After concerns about swelling in New York Giants star receiver Hakeem nicks knee, the offensive weapon has been listed as probable for Sunday’s matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to Mark Hale of the New York Post. Start Nicks in almost any formatted fantasy league.
Darren McFadden, RB, Oakland Raiders
According to Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times, Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden missed practice Friday and will miss Sunday’s game with a high ankle sprain. Fantasy Owners should look to Taiwan Jones and Marcel Reece if in need of a waiver-wire flex play.
Danny Amendola, WR, St. Louis Rams
Despite being officially listed as questionable coming into this week, young wide receiver Danny Amendola will be active for the St. Louis Rams afternoon game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Full Inactive List
Inactive lists will be updated as they become available.
Kansas City at Pittsburgh
Chiefs: WR Steve Breaston, RB Cyrus Gray, DB Tysyn Hartman, LB Bryan Kehl, DE Bryan Mattison, NT Jerrell Powe, QB Brady Quinn
Steelers: QB Charlie Batch, WR Antonio Brown, T Marcus Gilbert, RB Rashard Mendenhall, S Troy Polamalu, LB Stevenson Sylvester, DB DeMarcus Van Dyke
Houston at Chicago
Texans: CB Roc Carmichael, S Troy Nolan, RB Ben Tate, G Cody White, G Brandon Brooks, TE Owen Daniels, DT Shaun Cody
Bears: WR Alshon Jeffery, WR Dane Sanzenbacher, C Edwin Williams, NT Matt Toeaina, TE Brody Eldridge, DT Amobi Okoye, DE Cheta Ozougwu
NY Jets at Seattle
Jets: QB Greg McElroy RB Joe McKnight, LB Aaron Maybin, G Caleb Schlauderaff, G Hayworth Hicks, TE Hayden Smith, NT Kenrick Ellis.
Seahawks: S Winston Guy, CB Walter Thurmond, LB K.J. Wright, DT Clinton McDonald, T Mike Person, G James Carpenter, DT Greg Scruggs.
Dallas at Philadelphia
Cowboys: CB Mike Jenkins, RB DeMarco Murray, SS Matt Johnson, LB Dan Connor, G David Arkin, C Phil Costa, DE Sean Lissemore.
Eagles: QB Trent Edwards, WR Mardy Gilyard, RB Chris Polk, G Danny Watkins, T Nate Menkin, DE Vinny Curry, DE Phillip Hunt.
St. Louis at San Francisco
Rams: DE Eugene Sims, S Darian Stewart, QB Austin Davis, CB Janoris Jenkins, WR Chris Givens, OL Chris Williams.
49ers: QB Scott Tolzien, WR A.J. Jenkins, RB LaMichael James, S Trenton Robinson, RB Brandon Jacobs, G Joe Looney, NT Ian Williams.
NY Giants at Cincinnati
Giants: S Kenny Phillips, LB Jacquain Williams, WR Jerrel Jernigan, LB Keith Rivers, DE Adewale Ojomo, TE Adrien Robinson, DT Marvin Austin.
Bengals: CB Jason Allen, WR Armon Binns, DB Reggie Nelson, WR Marvin Jones, DL Brandon Thompson, TE Richard Quinn, DT Devon Still.
Tennessee at Miami
Titans: LB Xavier Adibi, DB Al Afalava, G Kyle DeVan, WR Lavelle Hawkins, QB Rusty Smith, OT Byron Stingily, DT DaJohn Harris.
Dolphins: SS Anderson Russell, TE Jeron Mastrud, TE Michael Egnew, QB Pat Devlin, WR Rishard Matthews, OT Will Yeatman.
Detroit at Minnesota
Lions: DT Corey Williams, QB Kellen Moore, S Louis Delmas, S Amari Spievey, T Jason Fox, T Corey Hilliard, WR Brian Robiskie.
Vikings: QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, WR Percy Harvin, CB Brandon Burton, LB Marvin Mitchell, OL Mark Asper, TE Allen Reisner, DT Letroy Guion.
Buffalo at New England
Bills: QB Tarvaris Jackson, CB Aaron Williams, DB Mana Silva, LB Kirk Morrison, OT Thomas Welch, CB Chris Kelsay, DE Mark Anderson.
Patriots: TE Aaron Hernandez, S Patrick Chung, DE Jake Bequette, DL Ron Brace, DB Malcolm Williams, LB Tracy White, DE Trevor Scott.
Atlanta at New Orleans
Falcons: QB Dominique Davis, WR Kevin Cone, S Charles Mitchell, LB Sean Weatherspoon, OG Phillipkeith Manley, OT Lamar Holmes, DT Travian Robertson.
Saints: RB Darren Sproles, WR Courtney Roby, DE Junior Galette, T Zach Strief, LB Scott Shanle, CB Elbert Mack, DT Tyrunn Walker.
San Diego at Tampa Bay
Chargers: OT Jared Gaither, WR Seyi Ajirotutu, OLB Antwan Barnes, S Brandon Taylor, CB Chris Carr, LB Jonas Mouton, and TE Ladarius Green.
Buccaneers: WR Arrelious Benn, RB Michael Smith, S Cody Grimm, CB Danny Gorrer, LB Jacob Cutrera, LB Najee Goode, G Roger Allen.
Denver at Carolina
Broncos: QB Caleb Hanie, SAF Duke Ihenacho, G Chris Kuper, RB Knowshon Moreno, CB Tracy Porter, DT Sealver Sillga, TE Julius Thomas.
Panthers: WR Joe Adams, DE Antwan Applewhite, T Bruce Campbell, S D.J. Campbell, QB Jimmy Clausen, DE Thomas Keiser, LB Jason Williams.
Oakland at Baltimore
Raiders: RB Mike Goodson, RB Darren McFadden, QB Terrelle Pryor, DT Richard Seymour, OL Khalif Barnes, OL Lucas Nix, DE Jack Crawford.
Ravens: TE Billy Bajema, G Ramon Harewood, CB Asa Jackson, DE Pernell McPhee, RB Bobby Rainey, WR Deonte Thompson, FS Christian Thompson.
Thursday Night Football
Indianapolis at Jacksonville
Colts: DE Robert Mathis, C Samson Satele, OT Winston Justice, TE Coby Fleener, CB Vontae Davis, CB Jerraud Powers, DE Clifton Geathers.
Jaguars: CB Rashean Mathis, OG Steve Vallos, WR Anthony Armstrong, RB Maurice Jones-Drew, FB Greg Jones, DT Jeris Pendleton, S Dwight Lowery.
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