Tuesday Injury Report
on October 2, 2007 @ 14:31:09 PDT

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Cincinnati Bengals
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Lemar Marshall: The Cincinnati Bengals have announced they have placed LB Lemar Marshall (Achilles') on Injured Reserve, ending his 2007 season.

Dallas Cowboys
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Greg Ellis: Albert Breer, of the Dallas Morning News, reports Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips said LB Greg Ellis (Achilles') will continue to play only in the nickel defense for now.
--CB Anthony Henry: Updating a previous report, Clarence E. Hill Jr. and Rick Herrin, of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, report Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips said CB Anthony Henry (ankle) will certainly not be able to play Week 5.

Denver Broncos
Current Updates
Offense
--RB Travis Henry: The Associated Press reports Denver Broncos RB Travis Henry (knee, ankle) had an MRI on his right knee and right ankle Monday, Oct. 1. Henry's status will be re-evaluated later this week.
--WR Javon Walker: Bill Williamson, of the Denver Post, reports Denver Broncos WR Javon Walker (knee) said he is unsure whether he will practice this week or play in the team's Week 5 game, but he remains hopeful. Walker will not practice until the fluid on his knee is reduced. "I just have to wait for it to drain," Walker said. "We have to milk it out of there. No one wants me to come back sooner than I do."
Defense
--DL John Engelberger: The Associated Press reports Denver Broncos DL John Engelberger (shoulder) had an MRI Monday, Oct. 1, after suffering a shoulder injury during Week 4. Engelberger will be re-evaluated later this week.

Indianapolis Colts
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Rob Morris: John Oehser, of IndianapolisColts.com, reports Indianapolis Colts LB Rob Morris (knee) is expected to undergo surgery Tuesday, Oct. 2, after suffering a knee injury during Week 4. The surgery will likely cause Morris to miss the rest of the season.

Miami Dolphins
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Zach Thomas: Jeff Darlington, of the Miami Herald, reports Miami Dolphins LB Zach Thomas (head) is expected to play in the team's Week 5 game.

New England Patriots
Current Updates
Offense
--RB Laurence Maroney: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots RB Laurence Maroney (groin) did not play during Week 4. Maroney was listed as questionable before the game.
--WR Kelley Washington: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots WR Kelley Washington (hamstring) did not play during Week 4. Washington was downgraded to out before the game.
--WR Donte' Stallworth: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots WR Donte' Stallworth (knee) started Week 4 and had a season-high four catches for 49 yards. Stallworth was listed as questionable before the game.
--OG Stephen Neal: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots OG Stephen Neal (shoulder) did not play during Week 4. Neal was downgraded to out before the game. It is his third game missed due to injury.
--OG Billy Yates: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots OG Billy Yates (shoulder) played during Week 4. Yates was listed as questionable before the game.
Defense
--DL Mike Wright: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots DL Mike Wright (knee) played during Week 4. It was Wright's first game of the season. Wright was listed as questionable before the game.
--DL Vince Wilfork: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots DL Vince Wilfork (shoulder) started Week 4. Wilfork was listed as questionable before the game.
--LB Rosevelt Colvin: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots LB Rosevelt Colvin (ankle) started Week 4 but played a reduced number of snaps. He was listed as questionable before the game.
--CB Randall Gay: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots CB Randall Gay (thigh) played during Week 4. Gay had an interception against the Cincinnati Bengals. He was listed as questionable before the game.
--FS Eugene Wilson: Shalise Manza Young, of The Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots FS Eugene Wilson (ankle) started Week 4, and had three tackles. Wilson was listed as questionable before the game.

New York Giants
Current Updates
Offense
--RB Brandon Jacobs: Ralph Vacchiano, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Giants RB Brandon Jacobs (knee) should receive more reps during practice time this week.
--FB Robert Douglas: The New York Giants announce they have placed FB Robert Douglas (knee) on Injured Reserve.
--WR Steven Smith: Colin Stephenson, of the Star-Ledger, reports New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said WR Steven Smith (shoulder) is running, but has not been cleared to practice yet.
--OG Chris Snee: Colin Stephenson, of the Star-Ledger, reports New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said an MRI has be done on the injured knee of OG Chris Snee (knee).
Defense
--CB Sam Madison: Ralph Vacchiano, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Giants CB Sam Madison (shoulder) has an MRI done on his injured shoulder Monday, Oct. 1.

New York Jets
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Cody Spencer: The New York Jets announce they have placed LB Cody Spencer (illness) on the Reserve/Non-Football Illness list for the remainder of the season Tuesday, Oct. 2.

Philadelphia Eagles
Current Updates
Offense
--RB Brian Westbrook: Reuben Frank, of PhillyBurbs.com, reports Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid denied a report on NBC Sports that said RB Brian Westbrook (abdomen, ribs) has a small tear below his rib cage and the injury could worsen if Westbrook plays. The Eagles say that Westbrook has an abdominal strain. When asked if injury could be long term, Reid said he hopes it is not.
--OG Todd Herremans: Justin Kunkel, of PhiladelphiaEagles.com, reports Philadelphia Eagles OG Todd Herremans (knee) underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday, Oct. 2. A timetable for his return will be determined sometime next week.

Pittsburgh Steelers
Current Updates
Offense
--QB Ben Roethlisberger: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger (foot) is expected to play during Week 5. Roethlisberger is expected to be limited in practice this week.
--WR Hines Ward: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Hines Ward (knee) may be available to play during Week 5. Ward did not play last week due to a knee injury.
--TE Matt Spaeth: Pittsburgh Steelers TE Matt Spaeth (thigh) is expected to return during Week 5 after missing two weeks with a thigh injury.
Defense
--DL Casey Hampton: Pittsburgh Steelers DL Casey Hampton (hamstring) is likely to play during Week 5. Hampton is expected to be limited in practice this week.
--DL Chris Hoke: Pittsburgh Steelers DL Chris Hoke (neck) is likely to play during Week 5. Hoke may be limited in practice this week.
--LB James Harrison: Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison (knee) was injured during Week 4. His injury is not considered to be serious.
--CB Bryant McFadden: Pittsburgh Steelers CB Bryant McFadden (ankle) may not be available to play during Week 5. McFadden is considered doubtful for Week 5.

San Diego Chargers
Current Updates
Defense
--LB Matt Wilhelm: Kevin Acee, of the San Diego Union-Tribune, reports San Diego Chargers LB Matt Wilhelm (calf) tested his calf Monday, Oct. 1, and is set to start Week 5.

San Francisco 49ers
Current Updates
Offense
--QB Trent Dilfer: John Crumpacker, of the San Francisco Chronicle, reports San Francisco 49ers QB Trent Dilfer is expected to get all of the work in practice this week due to the injury of QB Alex Smith (shoulder).
Special Teams
--HC Mike Nolan: John Crumpacker, of the San Francisco Chronicle, reports San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Nolan said he will consider signing another tight end due to injuries to TE Vernon Davis (knee) and TE Billy Bajema (ankle).

Seattle Seahawks
Current Updates
Offense
--RB Alvin Pearman: Frank Hughes, of the Tacoma News Tribune, reports the Seattle Seahawks placed RB Alvin Pearman (knee) on injured reserve.

Washington Redskins
Current Updates
Defense
--DL Cornelius Griffin: David Elfin, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins DL Cornelius Griffin (knee) said he is not worried about a small meniscus tear in his right knee. "It happened in Philadelphia, but I played with it the next week against the Giants. I feel good. I'm not worried," Griffin said.
--CB Fred Smoot: David Elfin, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins CB Fred Smoot (hamstring) expects to play Week 5.
--SS Vernon Fox: David Elfin, of the Washington Times, reports Washington Redskins SS Vernon Fox (groin) expects to play Week 5.

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