Tuesday Injury Report
on January 23, 2007 @ 16:00:00 PDT

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Detroit Lions
Current Updates
Offense
--OL Jonathan Scott: Tom Kowalski, of Mlive.com, reports Detroit Lions head coach Rod Marinelli said OT Jonathan Scott (hip) should be fine despite a hip injury suffered during last season. Scott is not expected to undergo surgery, but could go through a three-month rehabilitation process.

Indianapolis Colts
Current Updates
Offense
--QB Peyton Manning: Phil Richards, of the Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning (thumb) bruised his thumb on his throwing hand during the AFC Championship Game Sunday, Jan. 21, but X-rays performed this week revealed no broken bones and he is expected to start in Super Bowl XLI versus the Chicago Bears Sunday, Feb. 4. "There's no concerns with that at all," owner Jim Irsay told the Associated Press. "He's fine."
Previous Updates
Offense
--RB Joseph Addai: Indianapolis Colts RB Joseph Addai (shoulder) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
--WR Marvin Harrison: Indianapolis Colts WR Marvin Harrison (wrist) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
--WR Ricky Proehl: Indianapolis Colts WR Ricky Proehl (hamstring) did not play in the AFC Championship Game Sunday, Jan. 21. His status for Super Bowl XLI is unknown, and he could be a game-time decision.
--TE Ben Utecht: The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts TE Ben Utecht (knee) suffered a sprained right knee in the AFC Championship Game, however head coach Tony Dungy is optimistic Utecht will play in the Super Bowl.
--OG Ryan Lilja: Indianapolis Colts OG Ryan Lilja (knee) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
--OT Ryan Diem: Indianapolis Colts OT Ryan Diem (shoulder) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
Defense
--LB Cato June: Indianapolis Colts LB Cato June (concussion) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
--CB Nick Harper: The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts CB Nick Harper's (ankle) status for the Super Bowl could be in question, according to head coach Tony Dungy. Harper left during the first half of the AFC Championship Game and did not return after spraining his left ankle. Dungy said he was uncertain whether it was a high ankle sprain, which could take four-to-six weeks to recover.
--FS Bob Sanders: Indianapolis Colts FS Bob Sanders (knee) is expected to play in Super Bowl XLI Sunday, Feb. 3.
Special Teams
--HC Tony Dungy: The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts TE Ben Utecht (knee) suffered a sprained right knee in the AFC Championship Game, however head coach Tony Dungy is optimistic Utecht will play in the Super Bowl.

New England Patriots
Previous Updates
Defense
--LB Tedy Bruschi: John Tomase, of the Boston Herald, reports New England Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi says he will take some time before making a final decision on his playing future. "In my past few years Iíve just gone year to year," Bruschi said following the AFC Championship Game. "Iím really emotional right now, so to say anything right now would be wrong. I need to sit back and reflect on this season." "I know you canít play forever, but when youíre out there and you get dinged and youíre down and you know youíre hurt, but youíre not injured, you sort of take inventory," Bruschi added.

Philadelphia Eagles
Current Updates
Offense
--QB Jeff Garcia: ESPN.com, citing a report in The Trenton Times, reports Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb (knee) reportedly has had several gripes with the team since suffering a season-ending knee injury. McNabb is reportedly unhappy with head coach Andy Reid for not allowing him to travel with the team for their playoff game versus the New Orleans Saints, as well as how his mother has been portrayed in the local media for comments she made on her blog on McNabb's Web site. She wrote watching the Eagles win without McNabb was "bittersweet." Also, McNabb reportedly is getting the feeling that many teammates might prefer QB Jeff Garcia to remain as the team's starting quarterback after Garcia lead the team to the playoffs.
--QB Donovan McNabb: ESPN.com, citing a report in The Trenton Times, reports Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb (knee) reportedly has had several gripes with the team since suffering a season-ending knee injury. McNabb is reportedly unhappy with head coach Andy Reid for not allowing him to travel with the team for their playoff game versus the New Orleans Saints, as well as how his mother has been portrayed in the local media for comments she made on her blog on McNabb's Web site. She wrote watching the Eagles win without McNabb was "bittersweet." Also, McNabb reportedly is getting the feeling that many teammates might prefer QB Jeff Garcia to remain as the team's starting quarterback after Garcia lead the team to the playoffs.
Special Teams
--HC Andy Reid: ESPN.com, citing a report in The Trenton Times, reports Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb (knee) reportedly has had several gripes with the team since suffering a season-ending knee injury. McNabb is reportedly unhappy with head coach Andy Reid for not allowing him to travel with the team for their playoff game versus the New Orleans Saints, as well as how his mother has been portrayed in the local media for comments she made on her blog on McNabb's Web site. She wrote watching the Eagles win without McNabb was "bittersweet." Also, McNabb reportedly is getting the feeling that many teammates might prefer QB Jeff Garcia to remain as the team's starting quarterback after Garcia lead the team to the playoffs.

San Diego Chargers
Current Updates
Offense
--QB Philip Rivers: The San Diego Chargers announced Tuesday, Jan. 23, QB Philip Rivers (foot) will not play in the Pro Bowl due to a foot injury.

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