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NFL Super Wild Card Weekend Injury Report: Lamar Jackson misses practice again; Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa out

NFL Super Wild Card Weekend Injury Report: Lamar Jackson misses practice again; Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa out

The NFL is gearing up for the opening weekend of the 2023 playoffs. Starting on Saturday, we’ll be treated to three straight days of post-season football as 12 clubs try to survive and reach the knockout stage.

As has been the case all season, injuries will be one of the main storylines on this starting postseason roster, particularly at the quarterback position. One team has already ruled out its starting signal caller for this weekend, and another could be on the outside looking into the playoffs. As these clubs begin the training week, let’s take stock of where they stand injury-wise.

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After being a full participant in Tuesday’s practice, the Seahawks ran Kenneth Walker III (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. Along with Walker, the guard Phil Haynes (ankle), running back DeeJay Dallas (ankle, quad), corner Xavier Crawford (hamstring), and defensive end Shelby Harris (knee) were kept out of practice. Guard Gabe Jackson and nasal apparatus Al Woods they were given rest days, while the tight end Noah Fant (knee) and safety Ryan Neal (knee) were limited.

San Francisco didn’t have a quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (foot) and corner Ambry Thomas (ankle) at practice as they continue to prepare for the Seahawks. However, the team is healthy. They listed defensive lineman Ari Armstead (foot, ankle), offensive lineman Aaron Banks (ankle, knee), aligner Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (neck), linebacker Dre Greenlaw (back), defensive attack Javon Kinlaw (knee), and run back Christian McCaffrey (knee) as a limited participant.

Los Angeles listed wide receiver Mike Williams (return) as a non-participant for the second day in a row, putting the situation of Saturday’s match in great jeopardy. Meanwhile, the injury report was largely the same as Tuesday, with everyone involved in practice, including the pass rusher. Joey Bosa (environment). It is worth mentioning, however, that security Raheem Lane (thumb) was added to the injury report, but was fully practiced.

Jacksonville saw the return of the kicker Riley Patterson after missing Tuesday’s session with a right knee injury. There was a full turnout on Wednesday. Meanwhile, long snapper Ross Matiscik (back) stayed out. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence (finger), recipient Kendrick Pryor (shoulder), recipient Jamal Agnew (shoulder) and offensive lineman Brandon Scherff (belly) were limited.

Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel told reporters Wednesday Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) has not yet been cleared by the doctors it will not be played this weekend. Naturally, he did not participate in practice on Wednesday, nor did he tackle Terron Armstead (toe, pec, knee, hip), linebacker Bradley Chubb (ankle, hand), offensive lineman Liam Eichenberg (hand), face Kendall Lamm (ankle), running back Raheem Mostert (thumb) and forehead Brandon Shell (knee, ankle). Linebacker Melvin Ingram he also missed training, but only had a rest day. Meanwhile, Teddy Bridgewater (knee, finger) was limited. He stepped back Skylar Thompson Week 18, but rookie Tagovailoa is still expected to start outside. The defender Alec Ingold (thumb), linebacker Jaelan Phillips (finger, wrist), recipient Jaylen Waddle (ankle), receiver Cedric Wilson Jr. (hip, groin) and run back Jeff Wilson Jr. (disease) were also limited.

Jordan Phillips The defensive tackle was the only Bills player to miss practice due to injury as he deals with a shoulder ailment. security Jordan Poyer and guard Rodger Saffold they were both given days off. Wideout Isaiah McKenzie (hamstring) was limited, while the quarterback Josh Allen (ankle, right elbow) and corner Cam Lewis (forearm) were listed on the injury report, but were full participants.

New York had a perfect turnout at practice Wednesday, including defensive back Xavier McKinney, who was a full participant. Meanwhile, offensive lineman Jon Feliciano (back), defensive back Adore’ Jackson (knee), linebacker Azeez Ojula (ankle), defensive back Jason Pinnock (shoulder) and defensive lineman Leonard Williams (neck) were all limited.

Cornerback Cam Dantzler (ankle, personal matter) did not practice Wednesday. He was the Vikings player of the season as the missing linebacker Brian Asamoah II (knee), center Garrett Bradbury (back) and security Harrison Smith (knee) were limited.

Lamar Jackson (knee) did not practice Wednesday or Thursday as Baltimore begins to prepare on the field for the start of the postseason. Jackson has been sidelined since suffering a knee injury in Week 13 against Denver. running back Gus Edwards (concussion), long snapper Nick Moore (illness) and cornerback Brandon Stephen (illness) also did not practice due to injury. the corner Marlon Humphrey (shoulder), quarterback Tyler Huntley (right shoulder, wrist) and corner Marcus Peters All (calves) were limited. Meanwhile, the defensive end Calais Campbelllinebacker Justin Houstonlinebacker Jason Pierre-Paulthe guard Ben Powers and face Ronnie Stanley they gave everyone days off.

Cincinnati missed the playoffs Tee Higgins (disease) and guard Alex Capp (ankle) from training to start the week. Meanwhile, the corner Cam Taylor-Britt (top) was limited.

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