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    Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert’s status in doubt for the team’s Sunday game against the Houston Texans after he missed a second consecutive practice Thursday. Mostert is listed on the Dolphins’ injury report as dealing with a knee ailment. Although he hasn’t missed a game with the Dolphins in 2022, Thursday was the first time all season Mostert missed two practices in one week. After a knee meniscus trim cost him the 2021 season with the San Francisco 49ers from the opener, Mostert has been on and off the team’s injury report. He was entirely off it for Miami’s past two games before the bye week, wins against the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears. Mostert, in 10 games and eight starts in 2022, has a 4.6 yards-per-carry average with 543 total rushing yards and three touchdowns. Mostert has an injury history. Before the 2021 knee injury that he rehabbed and was cautious with through the offseason and training camp, an MCL sprain and two separate high-ankle sprains cost him eight games total in 2020. That was after his breakout...
    Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert has his status in doubt for the team’s Sunday game against the Houston Texans after missing a second straight practice Thursday. Mostert is listed on the Dolphins’ injury report as dealing with a knee ailment. Although he hasn’t missed a game with the Dolphins in 2022, Thursday marked the first time all season Mostert missed a second practice in a week. After a knee meniscus trim cost him the 2021 season with the San Francisco 49ers from the opener, Mostert has been on and off the team’s injury report. He was entirely off it for Miami’s last two games before the bye week, wins against the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears. Mostert, in 10 games and eight starts in 2022, has a 4.6 yards-per-carry average with 543 total rushing yards and three touchdowns. Mostert has an injury history. Before the 2021 knee injury that he rehabbed and was cautious with through the offseason and training camp, an MCL sprain and two separate high-ankle sprains cost him eight games total in 2020 following his breakout...
    With tight end Mark Andrews and running back Gus Edwards missing their second straight day of practice Friday, the Ravens could be without two of their top weapons in Monday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. Andrews (knee/shoulder) and Edwards (hamstring) both left the Ravens’ win last week over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with injuries and didn’t practice Thursday. The team will practice again Saturday before leaving for New Orleans. Andrews leads the team in receiving yards (488) and receiving touchdowns (five), while Edwards is averaging 4.9 yards per carry and is the team’s highest-graded running back, according to Pro Football Focus. If neither can play Monday, the Ravens will turn to rookie Isaiah Likely at tight end and Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake at running back, all of whom have had solid years. Also missing Friday was cornerback Marcus Peters, who was limited Thursday with quadriceps and knee injuries and normally gets a rest day during the week of practice. Left tackle Ronnie Stanley, defensive lineman Calais Campbell and outside linebacker Justin Houston all returned after getting Thursday’s session...
    Ravens wide receiver Rashod Bateman missed practice Tuesday with a foot injury, throwing his availability for Thursday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into uncertainty. Bateman, who returned from a foot sprain to play in Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns, was estimated to be a full participant in Monday’s walk-through. The 2021 first-round pick leads the team’s wide receivers with 285 receiving yards despite missing two games. Tight end Mark Andrews (knee) and left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) missed practice for the second straight day after playing significant snaps in Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns. Stanley said after practice that he expects to be available Thursday. Defensive lineman Calais Campbell (illness) and inside linebacker Josh Bynes (quadriceps) also sat out their second straight session, while starting running back Gus Edwards (knee) and cornerback Brandon Stephens (oblique) remained limited. Cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (hamstring) and Marcus Peters (quadriceps) were full participants in practice after sitting out Monday’s session. All played Sunday. Asked whether outside linebacker Tyus Bowser would be activated for Thursday’s game, coach John Harbaugh said he didn’t...
    When Duane Brown signed with the Jets last month, chemistry was thought to be the team’s biggest offensive line question. Now it appears Gang Green has an even more significant problem on its hands. Brown missed practice for the second consecutive day Thursday as he is being evaluated for a shoulder injury. There is no indication how serious Brown’s injury might be. If Brown is unable to play against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, that could prove to be catastrophic. The Jets offensive line with Brown played less than 20 snaps during the preseason and now they may be without the Pro Bowl tackle. Brown’s assistance in the run game will be needed, as the Ravens had the best run defense in the NFL, allowing 84.5 yards on the ground. Although losing a player of Brown’s caliber might be costly, left guard Laken Tomlinson is confident in the rest of his teammates. “We still have to go out there and do our jobs,” Tomlinson said. “Obviously, the stuff going on with Duane, that’s for Coach [Robert] Saleh to comment on. “But...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Second-year safety Kyle Dugger figures to be a big part of New England’s game plan on Sunday in Miami. But only if he’s healthy enough to play. Thus far, the indication is not positive for Dugger, who missed his second straight day of practice on Thursday due to a hand injury. The Patriots’ injury report did not change at all from Wednesday to Thursday, with Dugger the lone non-participant. Ten Patriots were listed as limited participants for the second straight day on Thursday. Fellow safety Adrian Phillips was among those 10 limited Patriots due to a knee injury, giving the team a bit of a concern at the position heading into Sunday. In Miami, three players — Emmanuel Ogbah, Preston Williams, and John Jenkins — improved from Wednesday to Thursday, as all three were full participants. Wide receiver DeVante Parker was also removed from the list for the Dolphins. PATRIOTS-DOLPHINS INJURY REPORT PATRIOTS DID NOT PARTICIPATE DB Kyle Dugger, Hand LIMITED AVAILABILITY WR Nelson Agholor, Concussion C David Andrews, Shoulder DL Christian Barmore, Knee RB Brandon Bolden,...
    FOXBORO (CBS) — While it looks like Damien Harris will be back in the New England backfield this weekend against the Buffalo Bill, the Patriots may be without the other half of their running back duo. Rookie Rhamondre Stevenson missed practice for a second straight day on Thursday, once again sidelined with an illness. At least Harris was on the practice field for the second straight day, after he missed last Saturday’s loss to the Indianapolis Colts with a hamstring injury. Harris was among the eight players listed as limited on Thursday’s practice/injury report: C David Andrews, Shoulder DL Christian Barmore, Knee LB Ja’Whaun Bentley, Ribs/Ankle RB Brandon Bolden, Knee K Nick Folk, Left Knee RB Damien Harris, Hamstring WR N’Keal Harry, Hip S Adrian Phillips, Knee Nowhere to be found on Thursday’s report was Matthew Slater, who was limited on Wednesday with an illness. Maybe that bodes well for Stevenson, if the two are dealing with the same illness. Stevenson wasn’t the only Patriots player to sit out Thursday’s session. Nelson Agholor missed his second straight day as he...
    Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed his third straight practice Friday, dimming hopes that he could recover from a sprained ankle in time for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Jackson has been considered day-to-day this week, but after missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, along with Friday’s walk-through, he’s unlikely to be available this weekend. Jackson, who’s never missed a game in his NFL career because of injury, was hurt early in the second quarter of the Ravens’ loss Sunday to the Cleveland Browns. Backup Tyler Huntley, who nearly led the Ravens to a fourth-quarter comeback Sunday, is in line to make his second career start. In Week 11, the second-year quarterback replaced Jackson after he was ruled out because of illness and passed for 219 yards in a last-minute, 16-13 road win over the Chicago Bears. Sunday’s game has significant postseason implications for the Ravens (8-5), who have lost two straight but maintained a one-game lead in the AFC North over the Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. Coach John Harbaugh and Huntley are expected to speak to...
    Getty Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Gabriel Davis tried to gain a few extra yards against the Denver Broncos. At this point in the season, being injury-free can make or break a team’s success, and for the second straight day the Buffalo Bills found themselves without two of their key players. After not practicing with ankle and knee designations on Wednesday, rookie wide receiver Gabe Davis and defensive tackle Vernon Butler did not practice again on Thursday. Before practice on Wednesday, Bills head coach Sean McDermott let the media know that neither Davis nor Butler would be practicing during his video conference call. He did not go into details on their injuries either. Thursday injury report pic.twitter.com/jdowvslm3o — Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) January 21, 2021 The only player to upgrade their status from Wednesday was defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson. After appearing on the injury report with an ankle injury on Wednesday, and recording a limited practice, Jefferson upgraded to a full practice on Thursday ahead of Buffalo’s AFC Championship game matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs. Davis,...
    Linebacker Cory Littleton missed practice Thursday and was placed on the COVID-19 reserve, meaning he he’ll miss the Raiders’ Week 10 home game against the Denver Broncos. Players placed on the COVID-19 list either tested positive for the coronavirus or were in “close contact” with someone who is infected. Littleton, 27, has struggled in his first season with the Raiders after signing a three-year contract worth a maximum of $36 million. Littleton, however, is the Raiders leading tackler with 48 (31 solo, 17 assisted) through eight games and has played all 527 snaps on defense. With Littleton out, the Raiders get additional snaps from Nicholas Morrow and Kyle Wilber to go along with starting middle linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski. The other linebacker on the roster, Raekwon McMillan, is primarily an inside player and had just one snap against the Chargers. Linebackers currently on the practice squad include Javin White and James Onwalu. Littleton’s absence comes just as his play was beginning to improve, while still falling short of being the lockdown pass defender which he was...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots have canceled their Thursday practice as the team deals with a potential COVID-19 outbreak. The team will instead work remotely, as they did Wednesday after cornerback Stephon Gilmore tested positive for the virus. The team has not made any decision in regard to Friday’s practice, but if they are able to hit the field, that would be their only practice ahead of Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium. The NFL is still reportedly set on holding Sunday’s game as scheduled, despite New England now having three players (Cam Newton, practice squad DT Bill Murray and Gilmore) on the reserve/COVID list. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was set to address the media on Wednesday morning but that session was canceled. He will now chat with reporters at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday morning.
    BOSTON (CBS) — Patriots center David Andrews was spotted on the practice field on Thursday with a giant wrap on his right thumb. But Andrews wasn’t actually a participant in Thursday’s session, one of two players who sat out as the team prepares for Sunday’s matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. This is the second straight day that Andrews has missed practice with the injury, putting his status for Sunday’s game into question. Though he was on the field for individual drills, he did not take part in any team drills on Thursday. Running back James White was the other player who did not participate Thursday. White is still away from the team after his father was killed in a car accident over the weekend. Linebacker Josh Uche also popped back on the injury report with a foot ailment, which kept him inactive for New England’s first two games of the season. Kyle Dugger was also added to Thursday’s report with an ankle injury. Both players were limited at Thursday’s practice. Here is the full practice/injury report for both teams...
    Getty Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans misses practice. Wide receiver Mike Evans was the only Buccaneer player to miss practice on Wednesday, according to head coach Bruce Arians. Evans, who already has an impactful connection with Tom Brady, also missed Tuesday’s practice with a soft tissue injury. Bruce Arians said WR Mike Evans was the only player who didn’t practice today. He also didn’t practice yesterday and added he’s “day to day”. It’s a soft tissue injury — James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) September 9, 2020 Tampa Bay opens the 2020 season in New Orleans and if Evans misses the contest, Chris Godwin would be the team’s clear No. 1 WR. Scotty Miller has earned the trust of Brady, as Pro Football Action relays. “He’s another consistent, trustworthy player,” said Brady said of Miller. “Whatever we talk about, he takes it to the next practice and his play is showing everybody that he’s earned a big role.” There’s no indication that Evans will miss the contest, though his absence leading up to the Week 1 contest is alarming. Stay tuned for...
    Wide receiver Jalen Hurd is being evaluated Monday for a potential knee injury that could cost him a second straight season out of 49ers uniform. An MRI exam will reveal whether Hurd tore an anterior cruciate ligament in a side session Sunday with a 49ers trainer, NFL Network reported. A 49ers spokesman could not confirm the report. The first padded practice of camp  is set for 10:15 a.m. Former Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals receiver Jaron Brown is reportedly being brought in for a workout to help a receiving corps that is also without Deebo Samuel (foot), Richie James Jr. (wrist) and Travis Benjamin (COVID-19 opt out). Veterans Tavon Austin and J.J. Nelson were signed Saturday. Hurd’s potential took on mythical proportions over the past year, at least among the 49ers’ fan base, as he rehabilitated a stress fracture in his back, sustained last August. #49ers WR Jalen Hurd is undergoing an MRI this morning after suffering what’s believed to be a major knee injury in practice yesterday, sources tell me and @RapSheet. The fear is the test will reveal...
    The Minnesota Twins are perfecting their socially distant celebrations. Nelson Cruz’s RBI single in the bottom of the ninth against the Pittsburgh Pirates Monday night gave the Twins their fourth straight win but teammates had to hold back the urge to congratulate him and Jorge Polanco as they crossed home plate because of COVID-19. 7 CARDINALS, 6 STAFF TEST POSITIVE; SERIES AT DETROIT OFF “Boring. It’s no fun. Well, I guess, it is what it is,” Cruz said of the phantom high-fives and motioned hugs. Cruz even had a little hand sanitizer squeezed into his batting gloves. "Hopefully next year we celebrate the good way," he said. "We don’t know what happens tomorrow. So I try to enjoy every at-bat, every game, like it’s the last one." NFL CAN’T ENFORCE BUBBLE PER COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED AGREEMENT, VIKINGS’ GM, COACH SAY Twins manager Rocco Baldelli likely knows his players aren’t fans of holding back but he said following Monday’s win that he’s proud how they’re continuing to make the best of an unusual situation. “I’m pretty happy watching the guys dance around...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Kemba Walker was held out of Monday’s practice, marking the second straight day the Celtics All-Star point guard has had to rest his bothersome left knee. But the Celtics don’t seem too concerned, as the team continues its cautious approach with Walker in hopes that he’ll be back to his usual self in time for the NBA playoffs. The team will get the day off Tuesday in Orlando and Walker will be back on the court for Wednesday’s practice, according to head coach Brad Stevens. “He had a little bit of discomfort after a couple of the individual workouts,” Stevens told reporters following Monday’s practice. “He certainly, I think, feels better than he did even in March. But with just even the small discomfort we said, ‘Let’s take the four days and ramp it up appropriately.’ “The number one thing is strength and strength around the knee,” added Stevens. “Hard to do that with the four days we just had. I didn’t think we had a great practice today, in large part because we went really hard...
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