Week 9 NFL Injuries: Colts’ Taylor, Chargers’ Allen Out; Patterson Active

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The Week 9 status for notable NFL players battling injuries.

Week 9 Injury Report

Arizona Cardinals

Running back James Conner (ribs) is questionable for the team’s matchup against the Seahawks. Conner has missed the previous three games for the Cardinals.

Atlanta Falcons

Running back Cordarrelle Patterson is is being activated off of injured reserve and will be active Sunday against the Chargers. Patterson, who was placed on IR on Oct. 3 with a knee injury, practiced this past week after missing the last four games.

Baltimore Ravens

Tight End Mark Andrews (knee/shoulder) and running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) are both doubtful for the Raven’s matchup against the Saints. Neither player practiced with the team this week.

Buffalo Bills

Safety Jordan Poyer (elbow) will miss the Bills’ matchup against the Jets.

Carolina Panthers

Running back Chuba Hubbard (ankle) will miss the team’s game on Sunday against the Bengals. This will be the second straight week Hubbard has been ruled out.

Detroit Lions

Running back D’Andre Swift (ankle/shoulder) is questionable for the team’s game on Sunday against the Packers.

Indianapolis Colts

Running back Jonathan Taylor (ankle) will miss his third game of the season against the Patriots. Taylor had missed Weeks 4 and 5 for the Colts due to a toe injury.

Green Bay Packers

Offensive tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) and wide receivers Christian Watson (concussion) and Allen Lazard (shoulder) are all questionable for the Packers’ game against the Lions. All three players were limited participants in practice this week.

Kansas City Chiefs

Wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) is expected to make his Chiefs debut on Sunday against the Titans. Toney, who was acquired by the Chiefs on Oct. 27, has not played since Week 2, when he was with the New York Giants.

Miami Dolphins

Pass rusher Jaelan Phillips (quad) is questionable for the team’s game against the Bears.

Las Vegas Raiders

Tight end Darren Waller (hamstring) is questionable for the Raiders’ matchup with the Jaguars on Sunday. This would be the third consecutive week that Waller has missed since suffering the injury in Week 5.

Los Angeles Chargers

Wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) are both out for the Chargers on Sunday against the Falcons. Allen has played in just two games for the Chargers this season.

Los Angeles Rams

Wide receivers Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Van Jefferson (knee) are both expected to play on Sunday against the Buccaneers, per coach Sean McVay.

New England Patriots

Wide receiver DeVante Parker (knee) is out for the Patriots’ matchup against the Colts.

New York Jets

Wide receiver Corey Davis (MCL) will be out against the Bills on Sunday. Coach Robert Saleh told reporters Davis’ timetable for a return has him set to play in the team’s Week 11 matchup against the Patriots, after their bye week. Newly-acquired running back James Robinson is questionable to play against the Bills with a knee injury.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Safety Antoine Winfield Jr. and tight end Cameron Brate (concussions) will miss the Buccaneers’ matchup with the Rams. Wide receiver Russell Gage has also been ruled out for the second straight week due to a hamstring injury.

Tennessee Titans

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.

Washington Commanders

Wide receiver Jahan Dotson (hamstring) is out for the Commanders’ matchup with the Vikings. Dotson has not played since Week 4. Pass Rusher Chase Young (ACL) returned to practice this week but will not play on Sunday, per coach Ron Rivera.

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