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Injury Analysis

NFL Divisional Round Injury Dashboard

by Ian Hartitz
Updated On: January 10, 2020, 6:41 pm ET

The NFL's decision to get rid of the "Probable" injury designation has resulted in an overwhelming majority of players being labeled "Questionable" ahead of Sunday. Luckily, we can mostly sift through the noise and determine which questionable players have a good or bad chance of playing by tracking daily practice participation and news.

You can view every injured player's daily practice participation as well as their estimated and official game status in the table below, but first let's break down some of the week's most-important news to monitor from all eight teams that will be playing this week.

  • The Ravens are nearing full healthy, as both FS Earl Thomas (knee) and TE Mark Andrews (ankle) largely missed their Week 17 contest due to rest and are fully expected to suit up Saturday against the Titans. The bigger question is RB Mark Ingram (calf), although coach John Harbaugh said last week that the Ravens' starting RB is on track to practice and play.
  • The Packers should be a bit healthier after having a bye to get right. Still, their blocking could be compromised if none of RT Bryan Bulaga (concussion), C Corey Linsley (back), FB Danny Vitale (knee) and RB Jamaal Williams (shoulder) aren't ready to go by Sunday. The only other real question mark at the moment is S Will Redmond (hamstring).
  • The Texans Offense would greatly benefit from the return of WR Will Fuller (groin), although it's once again shaping up as a true game-time decision. Look for TE Darren Fells to continue to play a near every-down role if TE Jordan Akins (hamstring) remains sidelined, while CB Johnathan Joseph (hamstring) would provide some much-needed depth on the outside ahead of their potential shootout against the Chiefs.
  • The Chiefs are only believed to be dealing with injuries to CB Morris Claiborne (shoulder), G Andrew Wylie (ankle) and DT Xavier Williams (ankle). They're peaking at the right time on both offense and defense.
  • The Vikings lost No. 3 TE Tyler Conklin (leg) early in their Wild Card win over the Saints. CB Mackensie Alexander (knee) will reportedly be sidelined again this week, which would be good news for Emmanuel Sanders and company.
  • The Seahawks Defense is fairly healthy at the moment with the main exception potentially being DE Ezekiel Ansah (neck). Keep an eye on WRs Jaron Brown (knee) and Malik Turner (concussion) as well as LT Duane Brown (biceps, knee) and G Mike Iupati (neck) as far as the offensive side of the ball is concerned. The good news is coach Pete Carroll confirmed Brown is expected to return to action this week.
  • The 49ers are well rested after the bye and reportedly will get LB Kwon Alexander (pec) back this week. The outlook is also reportedly good for S Jaquiski Tartt (rib) as well as DE Dee Ford (hamstring).
  • The Titans remain all sorts of banged up on the outside, as WRs Kalif Raymond (concussion), Adam Humphries (ankle) and Cody Hollister (ankle) should all be considered questionable for Saturday. The only other injury to worry about is LB Jayon Brown (shoulder).

The below injury dashboard denotes every player listed on all eight team's injury reports as well as those that are currently suspended or on the IR/PUP. "DNP" stands for "Did Not Practice", "LP" stands for "Limited Practice" and "FP" stands for "Full Practice".

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Divisional RoundTmPosInjuryTm StatusRW StatusMTuWThF
Mark IngramBALRBCalfQuesQues-DNPDNPLP-
Mark AndrewsBALTEAnkleQuesProb-LPLPLP-
Matt SkuraBALCKneeIRIR-----
Daylon MackBALDTKnee, hipIRIR-----
Pernell McPheeBALDETricepsIRIR-----
DeShon ElliottBALSKneeIRIR-----
Tony JeffersonBALSKneeIRIR-----
Tavon YoungBALDBNeckIRIR-----
Will RedmondGNBSHamstringInIn--FPFPFP
Danny VitaleGNBFBKneeQuesQues--LPDNPDNP
Jamaal WilliamsGNBRBShoulderInIn--FPFPFP
Preston SmithGNBLBAnkleInIn--LPLPLP
Tyler LancasterGNBDLIllnessQuesQues--FPDNPDNP
Dexter WilliamsGNBRBIllnessQuesQues--DNPDNPDNP
Billy TurnerGNBGAnkleInIn--LPLPLP
Corey LinsleyGNBCBackInIn--FPFPFP
Bryan BulagaGNBRTConcussionInIn--FPFPFP
Kenny ClarkGNBDLBackQuesQues--DNPLPLP
Cole MadisonGNBGKneeIRIR-----
Lane TaylorGNBGBicepsIRIR-----
Raven GreeneGNBLBAnkleIRIR-----
Jace SternbergerGNBTEAnkleIRIR-----
Equanimeous St. BrownGNBWRAnkleIRIR-----
Jason SpriggsGNBTAbdomenIRIR-----
Will FullerHOUWRGroinQuesProb--LPLPLP
Johnathan JosephHOUCBHamstringQuesProb--LPLPLP
Jordan AkinsHOUTEHamstringQuesQues--LPLPLP
Jacob MartinHOUOLBIllnessInIn--DNPLPFP
Jahleel AddaeHOUSKneeQuesProb--LPLPLP
Keion CrossenHOUCBHamstringQuesProb--LPLPLP
Kenny StillsHOUWRKneeQuesProb--LPLPLP
J.J. WattHOUDEShoulderInIn--LPLPFP
Darren FellsHOUTEHipQuesQues--FPFPLP
Tashaun GipsonHOUSBackIRIR-----
Tytus HowardHOUOTKneeIRIR-----
Dylan ColeHOULBKneeIRIR-----
Phillip GainesHOUCBAnkleIRIR-----
Kahale WarringHOUTEConcussionIRIR-----
Jordan ThomasHOUTERibIRIR-----
Lamar MillerHOURBKneeIRIR-----
Joe WebbHOUQBFootIRIR-----
Duke EjioforHOUDLAchillesIRIR-----
Morris ClaiborneKANCBShoulderOutOut--DNPDNPDNP
Chris JonesKANDTCalfQuesQues--FPLPDNP
Andrew WylieKANGAnkleInIn--FPFPFP
Travis KelceKANTEKneeQuesProb--LPLPLP
Xavier WilliamsKANDTAnkleIRIR-----
Juan ThornhillKANSKneeIRIR-----
Spencer WareKANRBShoulderIRIR-----
Alex OkaforKANDEChestIRIR-----
Darrel WilliamsKANRBHamstringIRIR-----
Emmanuel OgbahKANDEPecIRIR-----
Martinas RankinKANRGKneeIRIR-----
Breeland SpeaksKANLBKneeIRIR-----
Marcus KempKANWRKneeIRIR-----
Chad HenneKANQBAnkleIRIR-----
Keith ReaserKANDBAchillesIRIR-----
Tyler ConklinMINTEKneeInIn-FPFPFP-
Adam ThielenMINWRAnkleQuesProb-FPLPDNP-
Jayron KearseMINSToe, kneeOutOut-DNPDNPDNP-
Linval JosephMINDTKneeInIn-DNPLPFP-
Stefon DiggsMINWRIllnessInIn-DNPDNPFP-
David MorganMINTEKneePUPPUP-----
Mackensie AlexanderMINCBKneeIRIR-----
Mike HughesMINCBNeckIRIR-----
Ben GedeonMINLBConcussionIRIR-----
Ben GedeonMINLBConcussionIRIR-----
Brett JonesMINCKneeIRIR-----
Chad BeebeMINWRAnkleIRIR-----
Josh DoctsonMINWRLegIRIR-----
Tashawn BowerMINDLAchillesIRIR-----
Marquise BlairSEASAnkleQuesQues--FPLPLP
Duane BrownSEAOTBiceps, kneeQuesQues--DNPDNPDNP
Mike IupatiSEAGNeckDoubDoub--DNPDNPDNP
George FantSEAOTGroinQuesQues--DNPDNPDNP
Joey HuntSEACFibulaInIn--DNPLPLP
Quinton JeffersonSEADTAnkleQuesQues--DNPLPLP
Ezekiel AnsahSEADENeckQuesQues--LPDNPDNP
Jaron BrownSEAWRKneeInIn--LPFPFP
Malik TurnerSEAWRConcussionInIn--LPFPFP
Jadeveon ClowneySEADECoreInIn--LPLPLP
Mychal KendricksSEALBKneeIRIR-----
Ethan PocicSEAGCoreIRIR-----
Chris CarsonSEARBHipIRIR-----
C.J. ProsiseSEARBArmIRIR-----
Rashaad PennySEARBKneeIRIR-----
Justin BrittSEACKneeIRIR-----
Will DisslySEATEAchillesIRIR-----
Jordan SimmonsSEAGKneeIRIR-----
Nazair JonesSEADLKneeIRIR-----
Josh GordonSEAWRIndefinitelySuspendedSuspended-----
Al WoodsSEADT1 gameSuspendedSuspended-----
Mike PersonSFOOLNeckInIn-LPLPFP-
Dee FordSFODEHamstringQuesProb-LPLPLP-
Kentavius StreetSFODLKneeIRIR-----
Jullian TaylorSFODTElbowIRIR-----
DJ JonesSFODTAnkleIRIR-----
Marquise GoodwinSFOWRKnee, footIRIR-----
Weston RichburgSFOCKnee, ankleIRIR-----
Ronald BlairSFODTKneeIRIR-----
Jalen HurdSFOWRBackIRIR-----
Trent TaylorSFOWRFootIRIR-----
Kentavius StreetSFODTKneeIRIR-----
Jerick McKinnonSFORBKneeIRIR-----
Shon ColemanSFOTAnkleIRIR-----
Tim HarrisSFODBGroinIRIR-----
Kalif RaymondTENWRConcussionInIn-FPFPFP-
Adam HumphriesTENWRAnkleOutOut-DNPDNPDNP-
Cody HollisterTENWRAnkleQuesQues-LPFPLP-
Jayon BrownTENLBShoulderOutOut-DNPDNPDNP-
Nate DavisTENOLIllnessInIn-DNPLPFP-
Adoree' JacksonTENCBFootInIn-DNPDNPFP-
Dion LewisTENRBShoulderInIn-LPLPFP-
Kamalel CorreaTENLBIllnessInIn-FPDNPFP-
Ryan SuccopTENKKneeIRIR-----
Delanie WalkerTENTEAnkleIRIR-----
Malcolm ButlerTENCBWristIRIR-----
David FluellenTENRBKneeIRIR-----
Ryan SuccopTENKKneeIRIR-----
Joshua KaluTENCBUndisclosedIRIR-----
Cameron BatsonTENWRUpper BodyIRIR-----
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