Wednesday, Dec. 21
Hurts (Shoulder) Missed Practice
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts did not participate in practice on Wednesday, ESPN reported. Hurts missed practice on Tuesday as well, as the Eagles prepare for a marquee Christmas Eve matchup against the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday.
Gardner Minshew is in line to start for the Eagles should Hurts continue to miss time with his shoulder injury. Minshew also missed practice on Tuesday, but not for injury reasons.
Jackson (PCL) Missed Practice
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed his eighth straight practice on Wednesday, NFL Media reported. Jackson continues to recover from a PCL injury that has forced backup QB Tyler Huntley into the starting role.
The Ravens take on the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday with a chance to improve on their 9-5 record as they continue to duel with the 10-4 Bengals for the AFC North title.
Tannehill’s Status in Doubt
Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill might not be healthy enough to play in the team’s game against the Texans on Saturday, NFL Media reported. Players in the locker room believe Malik Willis will start this week.
Tannehill suffered an ankle injury against the Chargers in Week 15 and left the game before returning a couple of series later. Willis made his first-career start earlier this season against the Texans in a 17-10 win.
Seahawks’ Walker Misses Practice
Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker missed his second straight practice Wednesday, ESPN reported. Walker is dealing with an ankle injury that could sideline him for the Seahawks’ upcoming matchup with the Chiefs on Saturday in Week 16.
Walker Out vs. Jets
Travon Walker will miss the Jaguars Thursday night against the New York Jets, ESPN reported. Walker, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, is dealing with an ankle injury and will not suit up to take on 7-7 New York Jets.
Walker has started 13 games for the Jaguars, recording 3.5 sacks along with one interception and one forced fumble.
McCoy Out Week 16
Cardinals quarterback Colt McCoy will miss Week 16 with a concussion, ESPN reported. McCoy, who was starting for the injured Kyler Murray, will be replaced by Trace McSorley.
The Cardinals take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday night in prime time. At 4-10 and tied for last place in the NFC West, the Cardinals were eliminated from playoff contention following their Week 15 loss to the Denver Broncos.
Duvernay Out for Season
Ravens wide receiver Devin Duvernay broke a bone in his foot at practice on Tuesday, ending his season, NFL Media reported. Duvernay’s recovery time is expected to be about two months, which would allow him to be ready for the start of the 2023 season.
The Ravens claimed wide receiver Sammy Watkins off waivers from the Packers on Tuesday, which could help them replace Duvernay’s snaps.