Tuesday Injury Report
on September 12, 2006 @ 16:00:00 PDT

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Arizona Cardinals

Previous Updates

Offense
--OG Chris Liwienski: Darren Urban, of the East Valley Tribune, reports Arizona Cardinals OL Chris Liwienski, who replaced injured OL Oliver Ross (knee) at right tackle in Week 1, will return to a backup role once Ross returns to play.
--OT Oliver Ross: Darren Urban, of the East Valley Tribune, reports Arizona Cardinals head coach Dennis Green said he may get OT Oliver Ross (knee) back for practice this week.

Defense
--LB Calvin Pace: Darren Urban, of the East Valley Tribune, reports Arizona Cardinals LB Calvin Pace (ankle) left the team's Week 1 game with a right ankle sprain and left the locker room wearing an ankle boot. Pace insisted he would be OK.
--LB Karlos Dansby: Darren Urban, of the East Valley Tribune, reports Arizona Cardinals head coach Dennis Green said he may get linebacker Karlos Dansby (toe) back for practice this week. Dansby said his status was "still up in the air."
--SS Adrian Wilson: Sal Maiorana, of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, reports Buffalo Bills RB Willis McGahee (ankle) tweaked his ankle in the game Week 1.


Atlanta Falcons

Previous Updates

Offense
--FB Fred McCrary: Atlanta Falcons FB Fred McCrary (foot) will likely be listed as doubtful for the team's Week 2 game.

Defense
--DL John Abraham: Steve Wyche, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports Atlanta Falcons head coach Jim Mora would not give any updates on the playing status of DL John Abraham (groin) for Week 2 or give any specifics on the injury. ďI don't have anything to update you on, unfortunately," Mora said. "It's all speculation because I don't know the extent of the injury right now." However, teammate DL Patrick Kerney (triceps) says he believes Abraham will be ready to go for the teamís upcoming game. "I expect Abe to go," Kerney said. "... Both of us [Sunday] were not feeling good. Both of us, [Monday] morning, came in and said, 'Wow, we feel a heck of a lot better than we thought we would.' "
--DL Patrick Kerney: Steve Wyche, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports Atlanta Falcons DL Patrick Kerney (triceps) does not expect to miss any time with his strained triceps.
--LB Edgerton Hartwell: Atlanta Falcons LB Edgerton Hartwell (knee) will miss the team's Week 2 game.


Baltimore Ravens

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Jamal Lewis: Jamison Hensley, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens RB Jamal Lewis (hip) will start Week 2.
--RB P.J. Daniels: Jamison Hensley, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens RB P.J. Daniels (thigh) is questionable for Week 2.

Defense
--DL Trevor Pryce: Mike Duffy, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens DE Trevor Pryce (concussion) suffered a mild concussion Week 1, versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
--DL Aubrayo Franklin: Jamison Hensley, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens DT Aubrayo Franklin (thigh) is questionable for Week 2.


Buffalo Bills

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Willis McGahee: Sal Maiorana, of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, reports Buffalo Bills RB Willis McGahee (ankle) tweaked his ankle in the game Week 1.

Defense
--LB Takeo Spikes: Buffalo Bills LB Takeo Spikes (hamstring) is expected to play Week 2, versus the Miami Dolphins.
--FS Troy Vincent: Buffalo Bills FS Troy Vincent (hamstring) is questionable for Week 2, versus the Miami Dolphins.


Carolina Panthers

Current Updates

Offense
--OT Travelle Wharton: ESPN.com reports the Carolina Panthers have placed OL Travelle Wharton (knee) on the injured reserve.

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Steve Smith: Carolina Panthers head coach John Fox has not given any updates on the status of WR Steve Smith (hamstring) other than to say that Smithís status is day-to-day.

Defense
--LB Dan Morgan: The Carolina Panthers have not given any updates on the severity of the injury to LB Dan Morgan (concussion). If Morgan is unable to play in Week 2, it is likely the team will start LB Adam Seward.


Chicago Bears

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Justin Gage: Chicago Bears WR Justin Gage (ribs) is believed to be close to being able to return, according to general manager Jerry Angelo.
--TE Gabe Reid: Chicago Bears TE Gabe Reid (hip, back) missed all of last week and is believed to be day-to-day.

Defense
--DL Israel Idonije: Chicago Bears DL Israel Idonije (ankle) hopes to be able to return for the team's Week 2 game.
--DL Tommie Harris: Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports Chicago Bears DL Tommie Harris (leg) suffered a leg injury Week 1 and he blamed it on unethical play by Green Bay Packers OT Mark Tauscher. Harris was cut down from behind after an interception, which happened more than 20 yards downfield, and called Tauscher's hit unnecessary. ''You know it was cheap,'' Harris said. ''Everybody saw it was cheap. You saw that junk. That's the only way they can block me.'' Harris re-entered the game and is not believed to be injured seriously but will be re-evaluated Monday, Sept. 11. ''I'm just hurt,'' he said. ''I'm not telling you what it is.'' The Packers have introduced more cut blocking into their scheme this season under new coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski. Harris said the NFL turns a blind eye to cut blocking because it promotes offense.
--LB Hunter Hillenmeyer: Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports Chicago Bears LB Hunter Hillenmeyer (concussion) suffered a concussion during the team's Week 1 game. He says he will be OK.
--CB Danieal Manning: Chicago Bears SS Chris Harris (ankle) sprained his left ankle during the Week 1 game and was replaced by S Danieal Manning. His injury is not believed to be serious and he could return for Week 2.
--FS Chris Harris: Chicago Bears SS Chris Harris (ankle) sprained his left ankle during the Week 1 game and was replaced by S Danieal Manning. His injury is not believed to be serious and he could return for Week 2.


Cincinnati Bengals

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports Cincinnati Bengals WR T.J. Houshmandzadehís (heel) status for Week 2 remains uncertain.
--OT Levi Jones: Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports Cincinnati Bengals OT Levi Jones (ankle) continued to express discomfort with his sprained ankle Week 1, and was replaced during the game by OT Andrew Whitworth. Jones is expected to play Week 2, however.

Defense
--LB Brian Simmons: Mark Curnutte, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, reports Cincinnati Bengals LB Brian Simmons (leg) suffered a leg injury Week 1, but finished the game and is expected to play this week.


Cleveland Browns

Previous Updates

Offense
--QB Charlie Frye: Mary Kay Cabot, of the Plain Dealer, reports besides needing treatment for dehydration after the game, Cleveland Browns QB Charlie Frye was limping in the locker room. "I took some good hits and I'm sore, but I'll be ready (for Cincinnati next week) ," he said.
--TE Darnell Dinkins: Mary Kay Cabot, of the Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns TE Darnell Dinkins (hamstring) left the team's Week 1 game with a hamstring injury and did not return.

Defense
--DL Nick Eason: Mary Kay Cabot, of the Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns DL Nick Eason (ankle) suffered a right ankle injury during the team's Week 1 game.
--CB Daylon McCutcheon: Jeff Walcott, of ClevelandBrowns.com, reports Cleveland Browns CB Daylon McCutcheon (knee) is expected to be re-evaluated later this week and could be available to play Week 2.


Dallas Cowboys

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Jamaica Rector: Dallas Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells said during his press conference Monday, Sept. 11, WR Jamaica Rector (ankle) suffered a slight ankle sprain during the teamís Week 1 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Special Teams
--PK Mike Vanderjagt: Rick Herrin, of the Star-Telegram, reports Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he didn't know if PK Mike Vanderjagt (knee), who signed a contract that included a $2.5 million signing bonus, would be ready for next week's home game against Washington. Vanderjagt still has an unclear future. Vanderjagt is coming off two wide-right misses in the preseason finale and a huge miss in the AFC playoffs for Indianapolis, and his mental state might be rattled. "Mike is going to be fine," Jones said. "I am not worried about his head in the least."


Denver Broncos

Current Updates

Offense
--WR Brandon Marshall: Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos WR Brandon Marshall (knee) will likely be available for Week 2.

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Mike Bell: Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos RB Mike Bell (finger) dislocated his right middle finger Week 1, and could be facing surgery.

Defense
--DL Courtney Brown: Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos DE Courtney Brown (knee) is listed as day-to-day.


Detroit Lions

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Shaun Bodiford: Steve Pate, of The Daily Oakland Press, reports Detroit Lions WR Shaun Bodiford (knee) could return to practice Wednesday, Sept. 13.
--TE Casey FitzSimmons: Steve Pate, of The Daily Oakland Press, reports Detroit Lions TE Casey FitzSimmons (wrist) is out for the Week 2 game.
--OG Ross Verba: Steve Pate, of The Daily Oakland Press, reports Detroit Lions OG Ross Verba (hamstring) is questionable for the Week 2 game.


Green Bay Packers

Previous Updates

Offense
--FB William Henderson: Green Bay Packers FB William Henderson (knee) should return for the team's Week 2 game.
--OG Junius Coston: Green Bay Packers OT Junius Coston (knee) will not play in the team's Week 2 game.
--OL Jason Spitz: Green Bay Packers OG Jason Spitz (thigh) underwent test for a thigh contusion Monday, Sept. 11. The severity of his injury is not yet known.

Defense
--CB Will Blackmon: Green Bay Packers CB Will Blackmon (foot) experienced soreness after practicing last week and could be held out of the Week 2 game.


Houston Texans

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Ron Dayne: Houston Texans RB Ron Dayne (toe) should be ready for the team's Week 2 game.

Defense
--CB Phillip Buchanon: Houston Texans CB Phillip Buchanon's (ankle) status for the Week 2 game is not yet known. He is being monitored daily as he recovers from an ankle sprain.
--CB Roc Alexander: Houston Texans CB Roc Alexander (knee) tore has ACL and will miss the rest of the 2006 season.


Indianapolis Colts

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Reggie Wayne: Mike Chappell, of the Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts WR Reggie Wayne (knee) gave the Colts a temporary scare in the second quarter if their Week 1 game when he was slow to get up after an 8-yard reception. The team announced he suffered an injury to his right knee, but Wayne returned for the final drive of the quarter.
--WR Brandon Stokley: Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy is hopeful WR Brandon Stokley (ankle) will play Week 2.

Defense
--DL Corey Simon: Indianapolis Colts DT Corey Simon (knee) is questionable to play Week 2.


Jacksonville Jaguars

Current Updates

Offense
--TE Marcedes Lewis: Jacksonville Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis (ankle) said he went through a full practice Tuesday, Sept. 12. He was not able to play during Week 1.

Defense
--DL Marcus Stroud: Jacksonville Jaguars DT Marcus Stroud (ankle) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 12.
--DL Reggie Hayward: ESPN.com reports the Jacksonville Jaguars have officially placed DL Reggie Hayward (Achillesí) on the injured reserve, officially ending his season.
--LB Mike Peterson: Jacksonville Jaguars LB Mike Peterson (knee) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 12.

Previous Updates

Defense
--DL Rob Meier: Jacksonville Jaguars DL Rob Meier will start in place of DL Reggie Hayward (Achilles'). Meier started at defensive end in 2004 when DL Paul Spicer was injured with a broken leg.


Kansas City Chiefs

Current Updates

Offense
--QB Trent Green: ESPNews reports Kansas City Chiefs QB Trent Green (head) has been released from the hospital.

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Dante' Hall: Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs WR Dante' Hall (chest) will likely play Week 2, versus the Denver Broncos.
--OT Kevin Sampson: Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs OT Kevin Sampsonís (hamstring) status for Week 2, versus the Denver Broncos, remains uncertain.

Defense
--DL Tamba Hali: Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs DE Tamba Hali (thigh) will likely play Week 2, versus the Denver Broncos.
--LB Boomer Grigsby: Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs LB Boomer Grigsby (foot) will likely play Week 2, versus the Denver Broncos.
--CB Benny Sapp: Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs CB Benny Sapp (foot) will likely play Week 2, versus the Denver Broncos.


Miami Dolphins

Previous Updates

Offense
--OT Joe Berger: Miami Dolphins OG Joe Berger (foot) will miss the team's Week 2 game and is several weeks away from returning.

Defense
--CB Travis Daniels: Miami Dolphins CB Travis Daniels (ankle) "may have a chance to play" in the team's Week 2 game, according to head coach Nick Saban. He added that Daniels is "doing better" as he recovers from a sprained right ankle.


New England Patriots

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Doug Gabriel: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots WR Doug Gabriel (hamstring) did not play Week 1 and his status for Week 2 is in doubt.
--WR Chad Jackson: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots WR Chad Jackson (hamstring) did not play Week 1 and his status for Week 2 is in doubt.
--C Nick Kaczur: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots OT Nick Kaczur (shoulder) did not play Week 1 and his status for Week 2 is in doubt. He is still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery.

Defense
--LB Mike Vrabel: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi (wrist) did not play Week 1 and his status for Week 2 is in doubt. LB Mike Vrabel replaced him at inside linebacker for the game.
--LB Tedy Bruschi: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi (wrist) did not play Week 1 and his status for Week 2 is in doubt. LB Mike Vrabel replaced him at inside linebacker for the game.
--FS Eugene Wilson: Michael Parente, of the Woonsocket Call, reports New England Patriots S Eugene Wilson (biceps) played the entire Week 1 game. However, he was seen leaving the locker room with his right bicep wrapped in ice.


New Orleans Saints

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Aaron Stecker: New Orleans Saints RB Aaron Stecker (ankle) will likely practice this week and is probable for the Week 2 game.
--RB Keith Joseph: New Orleans Saints FB Keith Joseph (knee) suffered a right MCL sprain in his knee during the Week 1 game. He is expected to miss the next four-to-six weeks.
--FB Kevin Houser: New Orleans Saints FB Kevin Houser (finger) will practice this week and is probable for the Week 2 game.
--FB Mike Karney: New Orleans Saints FB Mike Karney (calf) suffered a right calf sprain during the Week 1 game. He is expected to miss the next two-to-four weeks.

Defense
--DL Rodney Leisle: New Orleans Saints DL Rodney Leisle (knee) will practice this week and is questionable for the Week 2 game.
--CB DeJuan Groce: New Orleans Saints CB DeJuan Groce (hamstring) will practice this week and is probable for the Week 2 game.
--FS Bryan Scott: New Orleans Saints S Bryan Scott (hamstring) might practice this week and is questionable for the Week 2 game.


New York Giants

Previous Updates

Offense
--TE Jeremy Shockey: New York Giants TE Jeremy Shockey (ankle) was bothered by a sore ankle during the Week 1 game. He is expected to start the Week 2 game, but he might be limited in practices during the week.
--OG Rich Seubert: New York Giants OG Chris Snee (ankle) suffered a sprained left ankle during the Week 1 game and was seen walking out of Giants Stadium on crutches while wearing a walking boot. Tests revealed no fracture or ligament damage. He will likely miss the team's Week 2 game and OG Rich Seubert will replace him at right guard.
--OG Chris Snee: New York Giants OG Chris Snee (ankle) suffered a sprained left ankle during the Week 1 game and was seen walking out of Giants Stadium on crutches while wearing a walking boot. Tests revealed no fracture or ligament damage. He will likely miss the team's Week 2 game and OG Rich Seubert will replace him at right guard.

Defense
--DL Fred Robbins: New York Giants DL Fred Robbins (quadriceps) suffered a strained quadriceps during the Week 1 game, but he was able to return and finish. He is not expected to miss any additional time.
--DL Osi Umenyiora: New York Giants DL Osi Umenyiora (leg) struggled with leg cramps during the Week 1 game and was forced to leave in the third quarter. He is not expected to miss any additional time.


New York Jets

Previous Updates

Offense
--OG Pete Kendall: Randy Lange, of the Bergen Record, reports New York Jets OG Pete Kendall (hamstring) says he is fine after suffering a left hamstring pull Week 1, and is not expected to miss time.

Defense
--FS Kerry Rhodes: Randy Lange, of the Bergen Record, reports New York Jets FS Kerry Rhodes (ankle) appeared to have suffered an ankle injury Week 1, though Rhodes says he is fine and is not expected to miss time.


Oakland Raiders

Current Updates

Offense
--QB Aaron Brooks: Oakland Raiders QB Aaron Brooks (knee) suffered a bruised knee during Week 1 and is sore. Head coach Art Shell said Brooks would undergo an MRI as a precaution, but he thought Brooks was OK. He should be available to start during Week 2.

Defense
--LB Sam Williams: Oakland Raiders LB Sam Williams (ankle) suffered a sprained ankle during Week 1 but is expected to play during Week 2.
--CB Nnamdi Asomugha: Oakland Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha (foot) suffered a sprained foot during Week 1 and his availability for Week 2 may be a concern for the team.

Previous Updates

Defense
--CB Duane Starks: Steve Wyche, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports Atlanta Falcons head coach Jim Mora would not give any updates on the playing status of DL John Abraham (groin) for Week 2 or give any specifics on the injury. ďI don't have anything to update you on, unfortunately," Mora said. "It's all speculation because I don't know the extent of the injury right now." However, teammate DL Patrick Kerney (triceps) says he believes Abraham will be ready to go for the teamís upcoming game. "I expect Abe to go," Kerney said. "... Both of us [Sunday] were not feeling good. Both of us, [Monday] morning, came in and said, 'Wow, we feel a heck of a lot better than we thought we would.' "


Philadelphia Eagles

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Reno Mahe: Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Philadelphia Eagles RB Reno Mahe (ankle) has a chance to play in the team's Week 2 game.

Defense
--LB Jeremiah Trotter: Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Philadelphia Eagles LB Jeremiah Trotter (ankle) expects to play in the team's Week 2 game after getting "rolled up" in the fourth quarter of the Week 1 game.
--CB Lito Sheppard: The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Philadelphia Eagles CB Lito Sheppard (ankle) will have an MRI performed on his injury ankle Monday, Sept. 11. Fortunately for the cornerback, it's not the same ankle Sheppard had to have surgically repaired last season after a November game against the New York Giants.


Pittsburgh Steelers

Current Updates

Offense
--QB Ben Roethlisberger: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger (appendectomy) will see "some" work during practice Wednesday, Sept. 13, according to head coach Bill Cowher. However, Cowher won't be ready to make a decision on his playing status until the end of the week. He noted Roethlisberger must practice during the week in order to play during Week 2 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
--WR Hines Ward: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Hines Ward (hamstring) is probable for Week 2.
--WR Nate Washington: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Nate Washington (knee) is probable for Week 2.
--OT Max Starks: Pittsburgh Steelers OT Max Starks (knee) is probable for Week 2.

Defense
--SS Troy Polamalu: Pittsburgh Steelers SS Troy Polamalu (shoulder) is questionable for Week 2, but his shoulder injury is not believed to be serious. The team will continue to monitor his status the remainder of the week.


San Diego Chargers

Current Updates

Defense
--LB Steve Foley: San Diego Chargers OLB Steve Foley's (leg, hand) agent, David Levine, released a press release noting Foley remains hospitalized and in fair condition. He has been in intensive care and is recovering from gunshot wounds suffered when he was shot by an off-duty Coronado police officer Sept. 3. Foley was shot three times, twice in the back of the left leg and once in the outside of his left thigh. He also has what is believed to be a gun shot wound to his right hand. Foley is currently directing his efforts towards recovering from his injuries and will respond at an appropriate time to questions surrounding the situation. As previously reported, he is out for the remainder of the 2006 season.


San Francisco 49ers

Previous Updates

Offense
--TE Vernon Davis: Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports San Francisco 49ers TE Vernon Davis (hip) missed five plays Week 1 while he received treatment in the locker room for a hip injury. He is listed as probable for the team's Week 2 game.
--TE Delanie Walker: Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports San Francisco 49ers TE Delanie Walker (shoulder) is expected to miss a few more weeks.
--OG Larry Allen: Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports San Francisco 49ers OG Larry Allen (knee) suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee during the Week 1 game. The team is still waiting for the results from an MRI exam, but he is expected to miss at least a couple weeks. He is listed as doubtful for the Week 2 game. OG Adam Snyder is expected to replace him if he is out for a while.
--OT Jonas Jennings: Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports San Francisco 49ers OT Jonas Jennings (ankle) suffered a high ankle sprain during the Week 1 game. He missed two series but was able to return to action. He is listed as doubtful for the Week 2 game.


Seattle Seahawks

Previous Updates

Offense
--WR Darrell Jackson: Mike Sando, of The Tacoma News Tribune, reports Seattle Seahawks WR Darrell Jackson (knee) played in all but three plays Week 1, according to head coach Mike Holmgren.
--OG Floyd Womack: Mike Sando, of The Tacoma News Tribune, reports Seattle Seahawks OG Floyd Womack (finger) returned to the Week 1 game and should be fine for Week 2.
--OT Walter Jones: Mike Sando, of The Tacoma News Tribune, reports Seattle Seahawks OT Walter Jones (ankle) returned to the Week 1 game and should be fine for Week 2.

Defense
--LB LeRoy Hill: Mike Sando, of The Tacoma News Tribune, reports Seattle Seahawks LB LeRoy Hill (stinger) is day-to-day and has a good chance to play Week 2.


St. Louis Rams

Previous Updates

Offense
--C Andy McCollum: Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams OL Andy McCollum (knee) suffered a knee injury Week 1 and the prognosis for him is "not good." "The prognosis right now doesn't look very good," coach Scott Linehan said afterward. "We'll get an MRI and check it (Monday)." According to team sources, it is a season-ending injury. McCollum wasn't available to comment after the game, but he was wearing a large brace on his leg.

Defense
--DL Jimmy Kennedy: St. Louis Rams DL Jimmy Kennedy (hand) broke his hand during the Week 1 game and underwent surgery Monday, Sept. 11. He had pins inserted to stabilize his hand and is expected to play Week 2.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Current Updates

Offense
--RB Carnell Williams: ESPNews reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Carnell Williams (back) suffered through back spasms during Week 1. He is expected to play during Week 2.

Previous Updates

Offense
--TE Dave Moore: Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Dave Moore (ribs) is unlikely to play in Week 2. If Moore is unable to play, the team will probably have TE Doug Jolley take over Mooreís role of long snapper.
--OG Dan Buenning: Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hoping OL Dan Buenning (knee) can return to practice Wednesday, Sept. 13, and start Week 2 against the Atlanta Falcons. Buenning is listed as questionable for Week 2.
--OG Davin Joseph: Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OL Davin Joseph (knee) is expected to be out until after the teamís bye week. Head coach Jon Gruden hopes to have the rookie back for the teamís game against the New Orleans Saints Sunday, Oct. 8.

Defense
--LB Shelton Quarles: Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB Shelton Quarles (groin) is expected to return to practice Wednesday, Sept. 13, and be ready to start in Week 2. Quarles is listed as questionable for Week 2.


Tennessee Titans

Previous Updates

Offense
--RB Travis Henry: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans RB Travis Henry (toe) suffered a turf toe condition in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.
--RB Chris Brown: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans RB Chris Brown (toe) suffered a turf toe condition in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.
--FB Ahmard Hall: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans FB Ahmard Hall (ankle) suffered a sprained ankle in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.
--TE Erron Kinney: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans TE Erron Kinney (knee) missed the Week 1 game and will sit out the Week 2 game against the San Diego Chargers.
--OG Jacob Bell: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans OT Jacob Bell (toe) suffered a sprained toe in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.

Defense
--DL Robaire Smith: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans DL Robaire Smith (hamstring) suffered a hamstring injury in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.
--DL Albert Haynesworth: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans DL Albert Haynesworth (ankle) suffered a sprained ankle in the Week 1 game and will be questionable for Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers.
--DL Antwan Odom: Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans DL Antwan Odom (knee) missed the Week 1 game and will sit out the Week 2 game against the San Diego Chargers.


Washington Redskins

Current Updates

Offense
--RB Clinton Portis: Ryan O'Halloran, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins RB Clinton Portis (shoulder), who carried the ball 10 times during Week 1, made it through the game in good shape. He should be available for Week 2.
--TE Christian Fauria: Ryan O'Halloran, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins TE Christian Fauria (bruised calf) suffered a bruised calf during Week 1 and is day-to-day entering Week 2.

Defense
--DL Renaldo Wynn: Ryan O'Halloran, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins DE Renaldo Wynn (ankle) is expected to play during Week 2.
--CB Shawn Springs: Ryan O'Halloran, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins CB Shawn Springs (abdominal) is unlikely to play during Week 2.
--SS Pierson Prioleau: Ryan O'Halloran, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins S Pierson Prioleau (knee) suffered a torn ACL during Week 1 and will miss the remainder of the season.

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