Thursday's NFL injury and list news for Week 12
The breakout of D'Andre Swift is as yet be waiting.
The arising freshman running back authoritatively is inert for the Lions' Thanksgiving Day game against the Texans. Quick was recorded as flawed subsequent to missing the earlier week with a blackout.
His nonappearance again prepares for Adrian Peterson to begin and Kerryon Johnson to part conveys, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. It was certainly not a triumphant equation against the Panthers, as Detroit was closed out in Week 11 while held to 40 surging yards. The Lions had scored at any rate 20 focuses in each other game this season, with Swift pacing the backfield with 4.7 yards per convey, six scores and 31 gatherings.
Also, wide beneficiaries Kenny Golladayand Danny Amendola, protective lineman Austin Bryant and Da'Shawn Hand and cornerbacks Jeff Okudah and Mike Ford are dormant.
Detroit (4-6) should find that creation somewhere else in an absolute necessity win circumstance as it concerns the end of the season games.
Here's different information, wounds and exchanges we're following on Thursday:
Washington wide recipient Terry McLaurin, recorded as flawed for Thursday's down against the Cowboys with a lower leg injury, is required to play, per Rapoport. Kicker Dustin Hopkins (crotch) is additionally all set as Washington didn't lift a kicker from its training crew, Rapoport added.
Texans wide beneficiaries Kenny Stills and Isaiah Coulter, quarterback Josh McCown, fullback Cullen Gillaspia, hostile tacke Charlie Heck and protective end Nate Orchard are idle for the present game versus the Lions.
Miami Dolphins mentor Brian Flores told correspondents he's not "excessively stressed over" the hand injury quarterback Tua Tagovailoa endured practically speaking Wednesday. "He got beat up a smidgen. He's an intense child. He will do all that he can from a treatment angle. We'll see. ... He's better today. We'll perceive how it goes." NFL Network's Tom Pelissero revealed Wednesday that Tagovailoa stuck his left thumb during training.
Denver Broncos lead trainer told columnists that reinforcement quarterback Jeff Driskel will be put in the group's save/COVID-19 rundown.
Atlanta Falcons wide beneficiaries Julio Jones (hamstring) and Calvin Ridley (foot) were restricted at training, while at the same time running back Todd Gurley (knee) and tight end Hayden Hurst were waited.