NFL Week 7 Rumors: Latest Injury Updates
If the Philip Rivers hopes to victimize a weak New England secondary, he will have to do so without leading receiver Malcom Floyd. The 6'5 receiver from Wyoming had been enjoying a breakthrough season before injuring his hamstring in last week's loss to the Rams. Fantasy owners should look to Buster Davis and Lededu Naanee to cash in on the opportunity.
After suffering a sprained knee and ankle in Monday night's win over Jacksonville, Vince Young sat out practice on Wednesday. While he is listed as day-to-day, Young was apparently walking around practice with a noticeable limp. This week Tennessee faces off against Philadelphia and the league's ninth ranked passing defense. If Young is unable to play, Kerry Collins would once again get the call for the Titans.
David Garrard's status is up in the air after the quarterback suffered a concussion in Monday's embarrassing 30-3 loss against the Titans. The former East Carolina star was not at the team's facility for practice on Wednesday and his status for Sunday's game against Kansas City is up in the air. Complicating matters more is the thumb injury incurred by back-up Trent Edwards. If neither of these two quarterbacks can play, veteran journeyman Todd Bouman would get his first start since 2005.
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