Pickett, Wilson, Huntley in Concussion Protocol; Purdy Getting MRI

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Friday, Dec. 9

Giants Running Back Barkley Listed as Questionable

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (neck) is officially questionable for Sunday’s game against the Eagles, ESPN reported. Barkley was limited in practice this week coach Brian Daboll told New York Daily News, he added that he “hopes” Barkley plays but said with the sore neck “we’ll see.”

Barkley has played in all 12 games for the Giants this year and is 4th in the league in rushing with 1,055 yards.

Jaguars List Lawrence as Questionable, Waive Henderson Jr.

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (toe) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Titans, according to the team’s injury report. Lawrence injured his toe last Sunday against the Detroit Lions when his lower body was twisted during a wrap-up on a play. Lawrence avoided serious injury but has been limited in practice this week because of it.

The team also waived Darrell Henderson Jr. who they had picked up earlier in the season, ESPN reported. After being cut by the Rams, Henderson Jr. never played in a game for the Jaguars.

Ravens Announce Huntley as Starter

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley will start for the team against the Steelers on Sunday, coach John Harbaugh announced. Huntley is starting in place of Lamar Jackson who is officially listed as doubtful due to a sprained PCL injury that he suffered last week against the Broncos.

Tyler Huntley came in during Week 14 and helped the Ravens secure a win, this will be Huntley’s first start of the 2022 season after starting four times last season.

Chargers WR Williams Set for Return

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams is no longer listed on the team’s injury report and is set to return Sunday against the Dolphins on Sunday, ESPN reported.

Williams has missed the last two games due to an ankle injury.

Rams Offensive Coordinator Leaving to Take OC Job at Kentucky

The Los Angeles Rams lost their running backs coach to the college ranks this week and are now set to lose another offensive coach. Per ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, offensive coordinator Liam Coen is set to take the same job with the Kentucky Wildcats, a position he held last year when the Rams hired him. Coen replaces Rich Scangarello, who was fired last week.

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