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Week 14 Fantasy Football Injury Report

Week 14 Fantasy Football Injury Report

Week 14 Fantasy Football Injury Report

The breaking point is here! For the majority of fantasy football leagues, the playoffs begin next week. This is your last week to secure your spot for a chance at fantasy immortality. The injuries have been piling up this season and it’s pivotal that you stay up to date on the latest injury news and analysis. Welcome to the Week 14 fantasy football injury report!


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Week 14 Late Inactives:

Keenan Allen (WR) Los Angeles Chargers

D’Andre Swift (RB) Detroit Lions

Jamaal Williams (RB) Detroit Lions

TJ Hockenson (TE) Detroit Lions

Randall Cobb (WR) Green Bay Packers

Daniel Jones (QB) New York Giants

Kadarius Toney (WR) New York Giants

Elijah Mitchell (RB) San Francisco 49ers

Antonio Brown (WR) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Andy Dalton (QB) Chicago Bears

Marquise Goodwin (WR) Chicago Bears

Week 14 1PM Inactives:

Travis Homer (RB) Seattle Seahawks

Darren Waller (TE) Las Vegas Raiders

Jalen Richard (RB) Las Vegas Raiders

Mark Ingram (RB) New Orleans Saints

Ty Montgomery (RB) New Orleans Saints

J.D. McKissic (RB) Washington Football Team

Calvin Ridley (WR) Atlanta Falcons

Michael Carter (RB) New York Jets

Corey Davis (WR) New York Jets

Tevin Coleman (RB) New York Jets

David Njoku (TE) Cleveland Browns

Anthony Schwartz (WR) Cleveland Browns

Tony Pollard (RB) Dallas Cowboys

Adrian Peterson (RB) Seattle Seahawks

David Johnson (RB) Houston Texans

12/11/21 Update

Julio Jones (WR) Tennessee Titans

Hamstring Strain, Initial Injury: 9/26/21, Re-injured: 10/18/21, 11/12/21
Ahead of Week 14, star WR Julio Jones finds himself in a familiar place over these last few years, the injury report. Back in Week 3, Jones initially left the game due to what was being called hamstring “tightness”. This was a big undersell as Jones would go on to miss the next two weeks with this hamstring strain. He was finally able to return last Monday night but left the game in the fourth quarter and was unable to return with the same injury. After being able to suit up for Week 9, Jones again aggravated the injury in practice last week and is on the IR.

Hamstring injuries have a high reinjury rate and can lead to more severe injuries if a player returns too soon. Jones is a prime example here, as it seems the hamstring muscle was not fully healed and now has even more damage after this re-injury. A hamstring strain also limits a player’s speed and jumping ability. After improper management of the injury, Jones will finally be able to fully focus on rest and rehab while on IR.

Jones is eligible to return this week off of IR and that is exactly was he has done in practice. His 21 day evaluation window was opened on Monday and he participated in practice Wednesday. The Tennessee WR has been officially activated off IR and will play this week per reports.

Jones has returned to practice and will play this week. – START

Deebo Samuel (WR) San Francisco 49ers

Groin Injury, Initial Injury: 11/28/21

Deebo Samuel is easily the most versatile player on this Week 14 injury report. The San Francisco has been a Swiss army knife for this offense, racking up two rushing touchdowns just last week. Unfortunately, he also picked up an injury to go along with his productive fantasy day. Samuel reports that he felt his groin “tighten up” and immediately came out of the game to avoid further injury. He is currently expected to miss one to two weeks with the injury, meaning it is likely a mild groin strain.

A groin strain refers to damage to the musculature located on the inner and/or front part of our upper legs. Recovery timelines are based on the amount of damage done, with a mild strain typically taking two to three weeks to heal. Groin strains come with a high reinjury rate and can commonly linger throughout the season if not rehabbed properly.

Washington WR Curtis Samuel is a great example of this as a groin strain suffered in June has derailed his season. This injury will limit Samuel’s ability to quickly change direction and can hinder a player’s route running ability. Samuel is currently listed as questionable going into Week 14 after practicing this Friday. The injury was originally expected to be minor so there is a real chance he could play this week. This situation should be monitored up until inactives are announced.

Samuel practicing gives him a good chance to play this week but pregame warmups will officially decide. – MONITOR

Jamaal Williams (RB) Detroit Lions

COVID-19/Reserve List 

Detroit finally gets that long awaited win they’ve been searching for all year, just to be hit with immediate bad news. The Lions enter Week 14 with both of their starting RBs on the injury report. Williams was in line to get the bulk of the carries again this week with D’Andre Swift out with a shoulder injury. However, he has been place on the COVID-19 list and is ruled out for this week.

Williams is out this week as he is placed on the COVID-19 list. – SIT

TJ Hockenson (TE) Detroit Lions

Hand Injury, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

Detroit fans should just not read the Week 14 injury report at this point. Already down their two starting RBs, they will likely be missing their star TE this week as well. Hockenson didn’t appear on the injury report until the middle of the week, after reportedly hurting his hand in last week’s game. Specifics or the nature of the injury has not been released yet but the Lions TE is currently doubtful to play this week. He was able to participate in a limited practice Wednesday, but unable to practice at all to end the week. The expectation is Detroit will be out their best offensive player in Week 14.

Hockenson is dealing with an undisclosed hand injury and unlikely to play this week. – SIT

Keenan Allen (WR) Los Angeles Chargers

COVID-19/Reserve List

The Week 14 injury report brings trouble in paradise to LA. Arguably the Chargers’ best and most consistent player is in danger of missing this week’s game. WR Keenan Allen tested positive for COVID on Monday and will likely miss this game if he is symptomatic. There is always a chance this is a false positive test or that the WR feels no symptoms. However, he does need to produce two negative COVID tests 24 hours apart before being cleared to play. Allen is officially out for Week 14 due to COVID-19.

Allen is out this week with COVID-19. – SIT

Mike Williams (WR) Los Angeles Charges

COVID-19/Reserve List

Chargers WRs are quickly becoming popular on the Week 14 injury report. A few days afer WR Keenan Allen was places on the COVID list, WR Mike Williams has also been put on it. The Chargers head coach stated that the WR has not been ruled out of this week’s game yet. Williams was found to be a close contact of Keenan Allen and listed as “day-to-day”. As long as he continues to produce negative test, the big play WR will be able to play on Sunday. Williams is in line to play this Sunday as he has been activated off the COVID-19/Reserve list. He is line for a bump in target volume with WR1 Keenan Allen ruled out this week.

Williams is cleared to play this week after his short time on the COVID list. – START

Tyrod Taylor (QB) Houston Texans

Wrist Injury, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

Not much has gone right for the Houston Texans this year as expected. This includes their starting QB Tyrod Taylor spending most of the year on the injury report, and this continues in Week 14. Taylor injured the wrist of his non-throwing hand last week and was forced out of the game. Currently, there is concern that he tore some ligaments in his wrist but further testing is needed. He is not expected to start this week as rookie QB Davis Mills will assume the starting role again. Additionally, Head coach David Culley confirms Mills will not only start this week but the rest of the season. Nothing has been confirmed yet but if Taylor is dealing with torn ligaments in his wrist he will miss some time. Ligaments connect two bones in the body and are important for creating stability to our joints.

Taylor is expected to be sidelined this week with a wrist injury and has lost his starting QB job. – DROP

David Njoku (TE) Cleveland Browns

COVID-19/Reserve list 

The Browns TE was placed on the COVID list on Tuesday. His Week 14 game status is currently up in the air as unfortunately not information has been released. It is unknown if Njoku tested positive for the virus or was just a close contact. Additionally, his vaccination status has not been revealed which will determine the amount of time he must miss. Njoku is officially ruled out for the Week 14 game this Sunday against Baltimore.

Njoku is on the COVID list and is out this week due to the virus. – SIT

Darrel Henderson (RB) Los Angeles Rams

COVID-19/Reserve List

The Rams will likely be short handed this Monday when they take on the Arizona Cardinals. Rams starting RB Darrel Henderson is being placed on the COVID list after not feeling well before Saturday’s practice. The expectation is that it will be the Sony Michel show in the Rams backfield on Monday. There is a small chance for a false positive test which could allow Henderson to play but it is unlikely.

Henderson is likely out this week after being added to the COVID list. – SIT/MONITOR

12/9/21 Update

Randall Cobb (WR) Green Bay Packers

Groin Injury, Initial Injury: 11/28/21

Another groin injury pops up on this Week 13 fantasy football injury report. WR Randall Cobb put together his best game of the season so far last week but it came at a price. Near the end of the first half, he caught a touchdown pass and picked up a groin strain along the way. The severity of the injury is currently unknown but it was significant enough to keep him out of the second half. Groin injuries are difficult to manage due to their high reinjury rate and ability to linger throughout the season. Thankfully, the Packers have a bye this week, allowing Cobb to let the injury rest and heal. Cobb’s ability to quickly change direction and run crisp routes will be limited until his groin is fully healed.

It is now being reported that Cobb’s injury is serious enough to warrant core muscle surgery. Cobb had the surgery last week and the current hope is that he will be able to return in time for the playoffs. The typical recovery timeline is six to eight weeks, so he may be back for the NFL postseason but not fantasy footballs. The injury is worth monitoring for DFS leagues.

Cobb is recovering from core muscle surgery and will not return for several weeks.  – DROP

Tee Higgins (WR) Cincinnati Bengals

Ankle Sprain, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

The Cincinnati WR was getting outshined by his rookie teammate Ja’Marr Chase for most of the year. However, he is coming off back to back 100 plus yard weeks and is trending in the right direction headed into fantasy playoffs. During his stellar Week 13 performance, Higgins tweaked his ankle but the injury is reportedly minor. After missing practice on Wednesday to rest, he was able to log a limited practice on Thursday. The expectation is still that he will be good to go for Week 14. This fits well in the timeline of a common low ankle sprain, which can heal in a few days if it truly is a minor injury. It’s worth monitoring his practice status for Friday but at this point expect Higgins to be in line to start Sunday.

Higgins tweaked his ankle last week but is expected to play this week. – START/MONITOR

Dalvin Cook (RB) Minnesota Vikings

Shoulder Dislocation, Initial Injury: 11/28/21

Minnesota’s top RB Dalvin Cook was carted off in the third quarter last week after taking a hit so hard he fumbled the ball. At first, there was some concern the injury may be season-ending but this is no longer the expectation. Cook is dealing with a dislocated shoulder which caused the labrum of his shoulder to tear. This is common with shoulder dislocations and the biggest concern was the size of his tear. As the expectation is the injury is not season-ending, an MRI likely showed the tear is on the smaller size.

The labrum works to help stabilize and protect the shoulder joint. Unfortunately, Cook has dealt with shoulder instability issues before and will likely require surgery after the season. However, due to the tear not being severe, the hope is he will rehab his shoulder and play with a harness in a couple of weeks. The potential for reinjury is elevated with this injury and it will be painful to play through.

The Vikings RB has returned to practice this week with two consecutive limited practices. After not practicing Monday, Cook elevated his practice status which is a good sign to his return in the near future. Cook is officially listed as questionable and has a chance to return from injury this week. Backup RB Alexander Mattison has shown on numerous occasions that he is a capable replacement while Cook is out.

Cook is playing tonight but with a high re-injury risk due to returning early from injury. He is considered a high risk, high reward play this week. – HIGH RISK PLAY

Kenyan Drake (RB) Las Vegas Raiders

Broken Ankle, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

The Raiders have had the luxury of showcasing two effective running backs this season. Unfortunately, this will no longer be the case as Las Vegas’ RB2 Kenyan Drake is out for the season. Drake injured his ankle while being gang tackled and rolled up on by the defensive player. He was immediately ruled out of the game and reports are that he has a fractured ankle. It turns out the injury is as gruesome as it looked. This ends the season for the newly acquired Raider’s RB as a fractured ankle will take over two months to fully heal.

Drake’s season is over after fracturing his ankle last week. – DROP

Adam Thielen (WR) Minnesota Vikings

High Ankle Sprain, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

The Minnesota Vikings are coming off their worst loss of the season to the previously winless Detroit Lions. Unfortunately for their fan base, the Week 14 injury report will not lift their spirits. Vikings star WR Adam Thielen injured his ankle in the first quarter last week and was unable to return. He is officially diagnosed with a high ankle sprain and is currently not expected to play this week. Further testing needs to be done to determine the amount of damage but this can easily be a multiple weeks absence.

High ankle sprains are difficult injuries to manage and more severe than the common low ankle sprain. These injuries refer to damage to the ligaments above the ankle which hold the two lower leg bones together. These ligaments require more force to be injured than the outside ligaments in a low ankle sprain, meaning more damage is caused. This injury creates a lack of ankle stability that causes pain and hinders the player’s ability to run and make cuts in their route. Typically, even mild high ankle sprains require four to six weeks for a full recovery. Thielen is officially ruled out for this Thursday’s game.

Thielen is expected to be out this week, and likely more, with a high ankle sprain. – SIT

Logan Thomas (TE) Washington Football Team

Knee Injury, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

Washington TE Logan Thomas can’t seem to escape the injury report and finds himself back in Week 14. The talented TE took a hit to his knee during last week’s game and immediately went down in pain. Initially, the fears after on field testing were that he tore his ACL and would be done for the season. However, an MRI on Monday shows no ACL tear but reportedly there is “some damage” to the knee. Further testing is still needed at this time but this is a relief considering the initial fear. I would expect Thomas will still miss some time due to this damage but how long will be impossible to know until more information is given. Hopefully, the Washington Football Team can continue to receive good news and Thomas’ knee injury is minor.

Unfortunately, despite Thomas not tearing his ACL, his season will still be ending prematurely. Thomas is being placed on the IR as doctors further evaluate the amount of damage caused to his knee. Since this will be the Washington TE’s second stint on the IR, his season is over by NFL protocol. This is an unfortunate blow to Washington’s offense and backup Ricky Seales-Jones will look to step up again as the starter.

Thomas is being placed on the IR for the second time due to this knee injury and his season is over. – DROP

Joe Burrow (QB) Cincinnati Bengals

Dislocated Pinky, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

The Bengals’ young QB Joe Burrow provides us with the gutsy performance of the Week 14 injury report. On the Bengal’s very first offensive series of the game, Burrow had his pinky finger dislocated. Burrow was sacked, lost a fumble, and suffered an injury to his finger all in the same play. A finger dislocation refers to the bones forming the joint no longer aligning properly. This is typically caused by a direct blow to the area, as in this case, or due to a fall. This injury is painful but clearly one that is able to be played through. The Cincinnati QB did not miss a snap following the injury.

He was clearly affected by the injury however as he tried many methods to help the injury without success. Moving forward, Burrow is reportedly not expecting to miss any time due to the injury. He is confident he will continue to be able to play at a high level despite the injury. The concern comes with his ability to grip the football due to his pinky being out of place. He will likely struggle with control of his pinky over the next few weeks and this could hinder both his throwing velocity and accuracy. This is a situation to monitor throughout the week but currently, Burrow is expected to play this week.

Burrow injured his pinky finger but is expected to play this week. – MONITOR/START

Corey Davis (WR) New York Jets

Groin Injury, Initial Injury: 12/5/21

Newly acquired WR Corey Davis is having a rough season with his new team the New York Jets. He has been able to put together some productive weeks but can’t find a rhythm due to injury problems. Particularly, he is dealing with a pesky groin injury that has sidelined him in recent weeks. Unfortunately, the up and down roller coaster of Davis’ season is officially coming to an end. After aggravating the groin injury again in last week’s game, the decision has been made for him to have surgery. Davis is having his core muscle, which is part of the groin, repaired which will end his season. This recovery timeline is typically six to eight weeks and the Jets will not be finding themselves in the playoffs this year.

Jets WR Corey Davis is out for the season due to a core muscle surgery. – DROP

Daniel Jones (QB) New York Giants

Neck Strain, Initial Injury:  11/28/21

Coming off a big divisional win in Week 12, Giants fans of course are immediately hit with negative news. It is being reported that QB Daniel Jones injured his neck on the second play of the game. Additionally, initially there were some reports that he could miss an extended period of time due to the injury. Right away this didn’t sound right as Jones was able to play the entire rest of the game, including multiple designed QB runs. Jones has now practiced both Wednesday and Thursday at least in limited fashion and the expectation is much more optimistic. New York’s new offensive coordinator even went as far as to say he expects Jones to start at QB this week. The situation will need to be monitored further but it seems more positive news is being received throughout the week.

After being sidelined last week due to his injury, it appears that the Giants QB is likely to miss this week’s game as well. Jones has still not been cleared for contact yet with his neck injury after being further evaluated by team doctors. He is practicing currently, but only in a limited non-contact capacity and will be unavailable until he is cleared. Back up QB Mike Glennon will likely be starting this week with newly acquired QB Jake Fromm next in line.

Jones injured his neck early in last weeks game and is out for this week. – SIT 

Alvin Kamara (RB) New Orleans Saints

MCL Sprain, Initial Injury: 11/7/21

Alvin Kamara is a pivotal player on this Saints offense and many fantasy football teams around the globe. The Saints RB suffered a mild knee sprain in Week 9 and was unable to practice at all or play in Week 10. New Orleans featured back returned to practice Wednesday (11/17) as a limited participant. However, it seems his knee was not ready to return so soon. Kamara went on to be held out of practice Thursday and Friday last week and ultimately missed the Week 11 game. As of Tuesday (11/24) this week, Kamara has still not practiced and is in danger of missing his third straight game. He still has one more chance to practice but there is not much optimism at this point.

An MCL sprain refers to damage to a ligament responsible for the side-to-side stability of the knee. In mild cases such as this, the recovery timeline is usually one to two weeks. Unfortunately, it seems like Kamara reinjured his knee when he returned to practice. This setback has extended his recovery timeline and will likely cause him to miss more time.

Alvin Kamara is expected to finally make his return to the playing field in Week 14. After some limited practices last week, he returned as a full participant in practice this Wednesday. The Saints RB is likely to make his return against the Jets barring injury setbacks. New Orleans will finally have their best playmaker back in action.

Kamara practiced fully this week and is expected to start this week. – START

D’Andre Swift (RB) Detroit Lions

AC Sprain, Initial Injury: 11/25/21

The Lions have not had much to be happy this year about per usual. Unfortunately, one of the few players they have been happy about, finds himself on the Week 14 injury report. RB D’Andre Swift has been having a career year to start but injured his shoulder last week. He was taken down hard on his shoulder and is currently dealing with an AC joint sprain. The AC joint connects your shoulder to your clavicle and the ligament connecting the two is commonly injured. There are numerous levels of the injury based on the amount of damage caused. Based on reports, this injury is not expected to be season-ending, but it will have Swift out at least this week and possible more. Back up RB Jamaal Williams is in a great position to take over the backfield in the time being.

After missing last week’s game, Swift is still absent from practice as of Wednesday (12/8). Lions head coach Dan Campbell stated that Swift’s shoulder is improving but this the RB’s fourth straight missed practice. This is definitely a situation to monitor to see if he is able to practice at all this week. At this point, if Swift is unable to practice on Thursday, I would expect him to not be available this week.

Swift is still not practicing with his shoulder injury and ruled out this week. – SIT

Christian McCaffrey (RB) Carolina Panthers

Ankle Sprain, Initial Injury: 11/28/2021

The last place fantasy managers want to see their top RB is the injury report, but this is exactly where CMC is for Week 14 and beyond. Panthers RB and consensus fantasy football first pick Christian McCaffrey officially finishes this season as a bust. He injured his ankle last week and it was initially not thought to be too serious. However, an MRI Monday revealed that the injury was severe enough for him to land on the injured reserve list. Due to McCaffrey already spending time on the IR with a hamstring strain this year, he is now automatically done for the rest of the year. There has not been any reports on the specifics of the injury but that is irrelevant to most fantasy managers at this point. The top target on most draft boards is done for the year and will not help secure any fantasy championships.

McCaffrey is on the IR for a second time this year with an ankle injury, thus ending his season. – DROP

DJ Chark (WR) Jacksonville Jaguars

Ankle Fracture, Initial Injury: 9/30/21
This Week 14 report contains an added injury to the insult that is Jacksonville Jaguars football. Last Thursday night, their big-play WR D.J. Chark was rolled up on by a fellow teammate and had to be carted off the field. Unfortunately, Chark fractured his ankle, which will require surgery and likely end his 2021 season. With the Jags looking abysmal, there is no reason for them to risk bringing back their young WR this year. Fellow WRs Marvin Jones Jr. and Laviska Shenault should see a boost in targets for the rest of the season.

Chark’s season is likely over with a fractured ankle. – DROP

Calvin Ridley (WR) Atlanta Falcons

Personal Matter

Atlanta Falcon’s WR Calvin Ridley was expected to have a break-out year after the departure of fellow WR Julio Jones. Although he has put together a couple of good performances, his season has been negatively impacted by a “personal matter”. It is still unclear what exactly this means but Ridley had missed two of the last three games as a healthy scratch. Ridley recently took to Twitter to share that he needs to “step away” from football and focus on his “mental wellbeing”. I am not going to speculate what is going on here and wish the best for this young man. Ridley has been officially placed on the non-football injury list and will be out a minimum of three games. It is unclear exactly how long Ridley will be out at this time, but I hope he is off the Week 14 injury report soon.

Ridley is stepping away from the team for an undisclosed amount of time. – SIT/IR

Michael Thomas (WR) New Orleans Saints

Ankle Surgery, Initial Injury: 8/13/20, Surgery: June 2021
Adding to this Week 14 injury report is the diva of the group. After a disappointing 2020 season due to an ankle injury, the general consensus was that Thomas was going to have offseason ankle surgery in the offseason and there would be no lingering effects going into the 2021 season. Of course, things didn’t go as planned and he had the surgery done in June, basically guaranteeing he would miss the start of the 2021 season.

The Saints will be without their number one receiver for at least the first six weeks of the regular season as Thomas was placed on the Injured Reserve (IR). On the injury front, the surgery should improve his route running and run after catch ability. Michael Thomas is not a WR you are going to be able to depend on to get you to your fantasy playoffs this year. However, he may help you win in the playoffs IF things go according to plan this time.

It looks like we are going to have our first full season member of the injury report. It has been reported that Thomas has suffered a new and different ankle injury in his rehab to return to the field. He has now been ruled out for the season and will play zero snaps this year. There is a reason he was on my Top 5 Most Worried list this year!

Thomas is out for the season after suffering a new ankle injury. – DROP

Derrick Henry (RB) Tennessee Titans

Foot surgery, Initial Injury: 10/31/21

Derrick Henry has been shattering opposing defenses, rushing records, and the stat sheet. Unfortunately, it has been announced that he suffered an injury that will shatter fantasy managers’ hearts. This is by far the biggest injury on this Week 14 report, and it can be league-altering in my opinion. The Titans running back is the heart and soul of this Tennessee offense and many fantasy teams across the globe.

Henry reportedly suffered a Jones fracture and will undergo surgery this week. A Jones fracture refers to breaking the base of your pinky toe and is a fairly common NFL injury. Additionally, wide recovery timelines have been reported ranging from six to twelve weeks but eight is likely a realistic goal. The bone needs proper healing time and this is an injury that can reinjure if Henry is rushed back to the field. The Titans RB should not be limited once the bone is healed, but whether that happens before the fantasy season is over is another story.

Henry will be undergoing foot surgery this week and will likely be out for around two months. – IR

Jameis Winston (QB) New Orleans Saints

ACL Tear, Initial Injury: 10/31/21

After much uncertainty this offseason, it seems like the Jameis experiment was working and the team was headed in the right direction. Unfortunately, the Saints will have to carry on without their newfound starting QB. Jameis Winston was injured in last week’s game with a significant knee injury, having to be carted off the field. It has been confirmed that he has torn his ACL and suffered some MCL damage. These are major knee stabilizing ligaments, and this injury will require surgery. Winston’s season is done and it may be Taysom Hill’s team after all if he can recover from his concussion.

Winston has torn his ACL and will be out the rest of the season. – DROP

JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR) Pittsburgh Steelers

Shoulder Dislocation, Initial Injury: 10/10/21

Juju may have played his last snap for the city of Pittsburgh. In the second quarter of the game against the Broncos, he took a hard hit to his shoulder and instantly walked off the field. The Steelers WR dislocated his shoulder and required season-ending surgery. Let’s not forget that Smith-Schuster tested the free agency market before signing just a 1 year deal with Pittsburgh. Juju will have to work hard this off-season to build some stability in his shoulder as dislocations can become a chronic issue for players. Luckily for the Steelers, WRs Chase ClaypoolDiontae Johnson, and James Washington are all capable playmakers.

Juju is out for the rest of the season after shoulder surgery. – DROP

Robert Woods (WR) Los Angeles Rams

ACL Tear, Initial Injury: 11/12/21

Talk about having a bad weekend. Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods injured his knee in practice on Friday. Then, he found out that his team has traded for another WR, who doesn’t mind vocalizing his desire for more targets. Finally, to top it all off, Woods was confirmed to have an ACL tear via further testing of his knee. An ACL tear requires surgery to help restore some stability in his knee, and his season is over. This is an unfortunate break for Woods and the Rams. However, it does increase the importance of the Odell Beckham Jr. acquisition. WR2 in the Rams offense is up for grabs and it will be up to Beckham Jr. or Van Jefferson Jr. to fill it in. Woods should now be focused on rehabbing his knee for next season.

Woods tore his ACL and is out for the season. – DROP

This injury report updates until Week 14 ends. Make sure to stay up to date on all the latest injuries this season over on Twitter @SGPNFootballDoc!

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