NFL injured & suspended list

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Falcons

Baltimore Ravens

Buffalo Bills

Carolina Panthers

Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Dallas Cowboys

Denver Broncos

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

Jacksonville Jaguars

Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Rams

Miami Dolphins

Minnesota Vikings

New England Patriots

New Orleans Saints

New York Giants

New York Jets

Oakland Raiders

Philadelphia Eagles

Pittsburgh Steelers

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tennessee Titans

Washington Redskins

The table contains following columns, respectively: date when the player was placed on the list, player name, player position, status for the day ("?+" - likely to play; "?" - status uncertain; "?-" - unlikely to play; "-" - will not play).

News - injuries

Philadel. 3.2.18
Jernigan returns to practice

Philadelphia Eagles starting defensive tackle Tim Jernigan returned to practice Friday after missing two days this week because of an illness. The NFC champions had everyone participate as they continued preparations to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

New Engl. 1.2.18
Gronkowski still in concussion protocol

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski remained in the concussion protocol Wednesday for New England's first Super Bowl practice in Minnesota. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Gronkowski took part in non-contact drills and is "working his way back." Also limited were defensive linemen Deatrich Wise (concussion) and cornerback Malcolm Butler (illness). Quarterback Tom Brady practiced fully, wearing black tape on his injured right hand.

New Engl. 28.1.18
Gronkowski returns to practice

Tight end Rob Gronkowski was back on the field Saturday, returning from concussion protocol as the New England Patriots prepare for the Super Bowl. Tom Brady was also on the field, gripping a football without a glove on his right hand. Brady required stitches in his throwing hand and thumb after an injury in practice last week.

Gronkowski and defensive lineman Deatrich Wise were in uniform and participated in the team stretching period that is open to reporters. Both missed two practices this week while progressing through the NFL's concussion protocol. The team is not required to release another injury report until Wednesday.

New Engl. 27.1.18
Brady returns to full practice

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady returned to full practice nine days before the Super Bowl, but tight end Rob Gronkowski is still recovering from a concussion. In the injury report issued on Friday, the team said neither Gronkowski nor defensive lineman Deatrich Wise would play if the game were this Sunday. With the extra week off before the Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles, however, there is still time.

Defensive lineman Malcom Brown (foot) also missed practice on Friday for the second straight day. Offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle and running back Mike Gillislee missed part of practice for the third day in a row.

New Engl. 26.1.18
Brady limited, Gronkowski sits out

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski sat out practice Thursday with a concussion and quarterback Tom Brady was limited with his right-hand injury as New England returned to the practice field in preparation for its Super Bowl matchup with Philadelphia. Gronkowski suffered his concussion after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit early in the Patriots' AFC championship game win over Jacksonville. Brady got several stitches in his hand after getting hurt in practice leading up to that game.

Tennesee 21.1.18
Titans hire Mike Vrabel as new coach

The Tennessee Titans hired Houston defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel as their new coach just five days after firing Mike Mularkey. This will be Vrabel's first head coaching job after 18 years in the NFL - 14 as a player and four as a coach. The Titans became the seventh NFL team to change coaches since the start of the season, and now they are the third to hire their replacement, joining Oakland and Chicago.

Minnesota 19.1.18
Sendejo limited in practice

Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo is working his way back from a concussion that forced him out of the previous game. Sendejo took part in a limited portion of practice Thursday for the second straight day, after a hit to the head from New Orleans wide receiver Michael Thomas knocked him to the turf and out of the game. The Vikings beat the Saints to advance to the NFC championship game at Philadelphia.

Jackson. 18.1.18
Gipson, Omameh miss practice

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Tashaun Gipson and guard Patrick Omameh missed practice Wednesday. Gipson sat out because of a foot injury suffered in last weekend's victory at Pittsburgh. Omameh was held out of because of an undisclosed illness.

Running back Leonard Fournette (ankle), defensive tackle Malik Jackson (ankle) and safety Barry Church (shoulder) were limited participants. Fournette tweaked his right ankle in the second quarter against the Steelers, but later returned and finished with 109 yards rushing and three touchdowns. All of the injuries are considered minor, and the five players are expected to return to practice Thursday or Friday.

Pittsburgh 13.1.18
Brown questionable for Sunday

Antonio Brown was sent home from Steelers practice Friday, but it wasn't because of the calf injury he's been nursing for the past four weeks. Brown was a full practice participant all week, but coach Mike Tomlin said Brown fell ill Friday. On their official injury report released late Friday afternoon, the Steelers listed Brown as questionable to play Sunday.

"I didn't want him to get any of the guys who weren't sick, sick," Tomlin said. "We'll bring him back in the building (Saturday) and continue with his game readiness. We don't have a lot of reservations about him from a physical health standpoint. We do need to get him well from an illness standpoint."

New Orl. 13.1.18
Coleman to miss playoff game

Saints receiver Brandon Coleman has been declared out of Sunday's divisional-round playoff game in Minnesota. Coleman has not practiced this week because of a neck injury. Coleman played in the wild-card round against Carolina, catching four passes for 44 yards last Sunday. Two other players who are regulars on special teams - linebacker Michael Mauti and reserve quarterback Taysom Hill - are listed as questionable after illnesses kept them out of practice Thursday and Friday.

Jackson. 6.1.18
Marqise Lee questionable

Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee practiced for the first time in three weeks Friday, increasing his chances of playing in a wild-card game against Buffalo. Lee missed the final two regular-season games after spraining his right ankle. He was limited in his practice Friday, but did enough to please coach Doug Marrone. Lee is optimistic about playing against the Bills, saying "just continue to have my head up as far as me playing. If I had to decide, I am going to play until they decide I'm not."

Lee was listed as questionable. Running back T.J. Yeldon (illness) also was questionable on the injury report. Marrone says Yeldon is "50-50" to play after dealing with a "bug."

Buffalo 4.1.18
McCoy misses practice

Buffalo running back LeSean McCoy missed practice Wednesday, and his status for Sunday's playoff game against the Jaguars remains uncertain. Bills coach Sean McDermott said the team would "take it one day at a time" with McCoy, who was carted off the field after injuring his right ankle during the third quarter of a win over Miami in Week 17. Buffalo received good news when X-rays on McCoy's injured ankle came back negative, but it's clear the 29-year-old running back will not be fully healthy if he is active for the game.

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