Week 9 Final Injury Report

OUT: Definitely will not play.
DOUBTFUL: 75% chance will not play.
QUESTIONABLE: 50-50 chance will not play.
PROBABLE: Virtual certainty player will be available for normal duties.

Beanie Wells, RB, Arizona Cardinals (knee, QUESTIONABLE): Wells took limited reps in all three practice sessions this week and should be ready to start Sunday at Minnesota.

Percy Harvin, WR, Minnesota Vikings (ankle, QUESTIONABLE): Harvin took limited reps on Friday after missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Owners are advised to consider another option. Harvin was reported to be “extremely limited” during Friday’s practice.

Joseph Addai, RB, Indianapolis Colts (neck, DOUBTFUL): Addai missed all three practice sessions this week and is expected to miss Sunday’s game at Philadelphia.

Austin Collie, WR, Indianapolis Colts (hand, QUESTIONABLE): Collie took limited reps in practice on Wednesday but was a full participant on both Thursday and Friday. There is a good chance he will start on Sunday at Philadelphia.

Mike Hart, RB, Indianapolis Colts (ankle, QUESTIONABLE): Hart missed all three practices this week due to an ankle injury and will likely be a game-time decision Sunday at Philadelphia. Owners are advised to look for another option.

DeSean Jackson, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (concussion, PROBABLE): Jackson is expected to start Sunday vs. Indianapolis. Get him in your starting lineup.

Nnamdi Asomugha, CB, Oakland Raiders (ankle, DOUBTFUL): Asomugha is battling a high ankle sprain and missed all three practice sessions this week. He will most likely be held out of Sunday’s showdown with the Chiefs.

Zach Miller, TE, Oakland Raiders (foot, DOUBTFUL): Miller missed all three practice sessions this week and will most likely miss Sunday’s game vs. Kansas City. Owners are advised to look for another option.

Fred Taylor, RB, New England Patriots (toe, OUT): Once again, Taylor will not play.

Deion Branch, WR, New England Patriots (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): Branch took limited reps in all three practices this week and will likely be a game-time decision Sunday vs. Cleveland. Owners should look for another option, but there is a good chance Branch will play.

Pierre Thomas, RB, New Orleans Saints (ankle, OUT): Thomas has been ruled out for Sunday’s game at Carolina.

Reggie Bush, RB, New Orleans Saints (fibula, DOUBTFUL): Despite being listed as doubtful, don’t expect to see Reggie Bush on the field Sunday at Carolina.

DeAngelo Williams, RB, Carolina Panthers (foot, DOUBTFUL): The Panthers have already announced that Jonathan Stewart will get the start Sunday vs. New Orleans. Williams is expected to be held out. Keep him on your bench.

Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Seattle Seahawks (concussion, OUT): Hasselbeck has been ruled out for Sunday’s game vs. the New York Giants. Charlie Whitehurst will get his first professional start.

Kevin Smith, RB, Detroit Lions (knee, QUESTIONABLE): Smith took limited reps on Wednesday and Friday, but missed Thursday’s session due to a knee injury. Owners are advised to leave him on the bench as he won’t see enough carries and is playing a very stingy Jets run defense.

THE SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

DOUBTFUL: Antonio Gates (foot), Malcom Floyd (hamstring), Legedu Naanee (hamstring): No player that has been listed as “doubtful” by head coach Norv Turner has ever played in that week’s game.

Owen Daniels, TE, Houston Texans (hamstring, QUESTIONABLE): Daniels missed all three practice sessions this week due to a hamstring injury. Owners are advised to leave him on the bench this Sunday vs. San Diego.

Felix Jones, RB, Dallas Cowboys (ankle, PROBABLE): Good news for Jones owners, as the veteran running back is expected to start Sunday night at Green Bay.

Donald Driver, WR, Green Bay Packers (quadriceps, OUT): Driver will not play Sunday night vs. Dallas.

Andrew Quarless, TE, Green Bay Packers (shoulder, QUESTIONABLE): Quarless missed practice on both Wednesday and Friday. Owners are advised to look for another option.