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Another week, another slew of injuries in what has been a season of hurt for just about every NFL and fantasy football team. This week, Arian Foster and Jake Locker join the out-for-the-season club and even Peyton Manning found his way into the MRI room. It’s been a tough week with plenty of injuries to keep track of, let’s take a look at who’s in and who’s out for Week 11.
Michael Floyd (shoulder): Floyd returned to practice on Thursday after suffering a shoulder injury in Sunday’s game. He’s still questionable but his participation is a good sign that he could play against the Jags.
Andre Roberts (knee): Roberts has been limited this week as he deals with a knee injury but is expected to play on Sunday against the Jaguars. If Floyd can’t play, he could be in line for a big game.
Tony Gonzalez (toe): Gonzalez was still absent from practice on Thursday and his status is up in the air for Sunday’s game against the Bucs. If he can’t go, Levine Toilolo would be in line to get the start.
Steven Jackson (toe): Jackson has been limited in practice this week with a toe injury but is expected to be a go on Sunday against Tampa.
Roddy White (shoulder): After dealing with ankle and hamstring injuries, White is now nursing a shoulder problem but is expected to play on Sunday.
Stevie Johnson (groin): Johnson hasn’t practiced this week and is highly questionable for the Bill’s game against the Jets.
Robert Woods (ankle): Woods hasn’t practiced this week and has already been ruled out for Sunday’s game against New York. If both receivers are out, Marquise Goodwin and T.J. Graham figure to start.
Jay Cutler (ankle): Cutler hasn’t practiced this week and has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Ravens. Josh McCown will get another start in his place.
Peyton Manning (ankle): Manning returned to practice on Thursday and is fully expected to play against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Wes Welker (ankle): Welker returned to practice on Thursday as well, a good sign that he will play on Sunday.
Calvin Johnson (knee): Calvin was held out of practice for the second straight day on Thursday but say’s he expects to play against the Steelers this week.
Nate Burleson (forearm): Burleson is practicing but his status is up in the air as he continues to recover from a broken forearm.
Ben Tate (ribs): Tate remains limited in practice but is expected to continue to play through his broken ribs. He’s expected to start in place of the injured Arian Foster on Sunday though backup Dennis Johnson figures to get some snaps as well.
Maurice Jones-Drew (knee): MJD has been held out of practice this week as he deals with a knee injury but he’s expected to start on Sunday against the tough Cards defense.
Cecil Shorts (groin): Shorts didn’t participate in practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. That’s not a good sign as the Jags’ top receiver is questionable for Sunday’s game.
Dexter McCluster (ankle): McCluster has been limited in practice and is questionable for this week’s much anticipated game against the Broncos.
Daniel Thomas (ankle): Thomas has been limited this week by an ankle injury but is likely to play this week against the Chargers.
Christian Ponder (shoulder): Ponder has been practicing through his shoulder injury and is expected to play on Sunday against the Seahawks.
Jimmy Graham (elbow, foot): Graham has been limited this week once again but is fully expected to start on Sunday.
Benjamin Watson (concussion): Watson is questionable and will have to pass his concussion test before being cleared to return. He’ll be a gametime decision.
New York Giants:
Brandon Jacobs (hamstring, knee): Jacobs returned to practice on Thursday and is likely to spell Andre Brown in this week’s game against the Packers.
New York Jets:
Santonio Holmes (hamstring): Holmes is back at practice and is expected to return to the field on Sunday against the Bills.
Stephen Hill (foot, knee): Hill has been limited in practice but is expected to play against Buffalo this week.
Kellen Winslow (knee): Winslow is back from his suspension and, although limited in practice, is expected to play on Sunday.
Terrelle Pryor (knee): Pryor returned to practice on Thursday, a good sign that he could play on Sunday. He was very hampered by his knee injury last week and isn’t fantasy relevant without the rushing yards.
Darren McFadden (hamstring): DMC missed practice again on Thursday and is very questionable for this week’s game against the Texans. If he can’t go, Rashad Jennings should get the starting duties once again.
Michael Vick (hamstring): Vick has been limited in practice and it looks like the Phils will stick with Nick Foles at quarterback after all.
Brent Celek (hip): Celek has been limited in practice but is expected to play this week against the Redskins.
Eddie Royal (toe): Royal hasn’t practiced between games for about a month so he’s expected to play this week once again despite not practicing.
Percy Harvin (hip): Harvin is still limited in practice but is likely to make his season debut this week against the Vikings.
Marshawn Lynch (knee): Lynch has been limited this week once again with a knee injury but it certainly doesn’t slow him down on game days. He’s expected to play this week against a very bad Minnesota run defense.
Vernon Davis (concussion): Davis’ concussion is being described as a “mild” one and he is likely to play this week against the Saints.
Mario Manningham (knee): Manningham remains limited in practice but is expected to play on Sunday in his second game of the season.
Vincent Jackson (knee): Jackson has been dealing with a knee injury but is expected to play this week against a very bad Falcons’ pass defense.
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