2020 NFL Sunday Injury Updates: Week 1

2020 NFL Sunday Injury Updates: Week 1

by September 13, 2020 0 comments

It’s gameday, and football is mere hours away. We’re tracking every piece of injury news reported on Saturday night and Sunday morning.

This piece will be updated are news comes in on Sunday morning.

Notable players listed as out: Miles Sanders, Alshon Jeffery, Javon Hargrave, Derek Barnett, Greedy Williams, Kevin Johnson, Justice Hill, Chris Moore, Denzel Mims, Josh Norman, Geno Atkins, Mike Pouncey, Deebo Samuel, Jason Verrett, Marcus Davenport, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Mack Wilson, Julian Blackmon

Notable players listed as doubtful: Kendall Fuller, Kenny Golladay, Robert Quinn

SNF Inactives Announced

Here is the full list of inactives for the final game of the day:

Los Angeles Rams: RB Raymond Calais, C Brian Allen, OL Tremayne Anchrum, WR Trishton Jackson, TE Brycen Hopkins, DT Eric Banks

Dallas Cowboys: QB Ben DiNucci, CB Jourdan Lewis, DB Reggie Robinson, OLB Luke Gifford, G Connor McGovern, TE Sean McKeon

4:00 p.m. Inactives Announced

Here is the full list of inactives for the later afternoon games:

New Orleans Saints: WR Marquez Callaway, CB PJ Williams, OL Cesar Ruiz, LB Zach Baun, DE Marcus Davenport, DT Shy Tuttle

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DL Khalil Davis, OLB Cam Gill, WR Cyril Grayson, QB Ryan Griffin, WR Tyler Johnson, CB Parnell Motley, G Aaron Stinnie

Arizona Cardinals: RB Eno Benjamin, QB Brett Hundley, OL Josh Jones, OL Josh Miles, S Deionte Thompson

San Francisco 49ers: WR Brandon Aiyuk, CB Jason Verrett, LB Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles, C Ben Garland, DL Kentavius Street, QB CJ Beathard

Cincinnati Bengals: DT Geno Atkins, S Shawn Williams, LB Markus Bailey, CB Torry McTyer, CB LeShaun Sims, HB Trayveon Williams, G Shaq Calhoun

Los Angeles Chargers: WR Jason Moore, CB Tevaughn Campbell, C Mike Pouncey, G Trai Turner, OT Storm Norton, TE Donald Parham Jr., DT Cortez Broughton

1:00 p.m. Inactives Announced

Here is the full list of inactive for the 1:00 p.m. games:

Minnesota Vikings: CB Harrison Hand, LB Ryan Connelly, T Ezra Cleveland, DT James Lynch, DE D.J. Wonnum

Green Bay Packers: G/T Billy Turner, DL Montravius Adams, S Raven Greene, WR Equanimeous St. Brown, LB Randy Ramsey, QB Jordan Love, CB Parry Nickerson

New York Jets: QB James Morgan, QB Joe Flacco, WR Denzel Mims, RB La’Mical Perine, DL Bryce Huff, LB Avery Williamson, DL John Franklin-Myers

Buffalo Bills: QB Jake Fromm, RB T.J. Yeldon, TE Lee Smith, OL Ike Boettger, DE AJ Epenesa, DT Vernon Butler

Baltimore Ravens: QB Trace McSorley, WR Chris Moore, S Geno Stone, RB Justice Hill, G Ben Bredeson, DT Justin Madubuike

Cleveland Browns: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, CB Greedy Williams, CB Kevin Johnson, LB Mack Wilson, T Chris Hubbard, DE Joe Jackson

Chicago Bears: OLB Robert Quinn, WR Riley Ridley, CB Duke Shelley, TE Eric Saubert, G Arlington Hambright, DE Mario Edwards

Detroit Lions: WR Kenny Golladay, RT Halapoulivaati Vaitai, CB Jeff Okudah, TE Hunter Bryant, S C.J. Moore, G Logan Stenberg, RB Jonathan Williams

Washington Football Team: QB Alex Smith, CB Kendall Fuller, RB Bryce Love, LB Thomas Davis Sr., T David Sharpe, T Saahdiq Charles

Philadelphia Eagles: WR Alshon Jeffery, RB Miles Sanders, QB Jalen Hurts, T Lane Johnson, DT Javon Hargraves, DE Casey Toohill, DE Derek Barnett

Indianapolis Colts: QB Jacob Eason, S Julian Blackmon, DT Eli Ankou, WR Dezmon Patmon, TE Noah Togiai

Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Jake Luton, WR Dede Westbrook, RB Dare Ogunbowale, DE Cassius Marsh, DT Doug Costin, TE Tyler Davis, CB Luq Barcoo

Las Vegas Raiders: WR Rico Gafford, S Dallin Leavitt, OT Brandon Parker, G John Simpson, DT Daniel Ross

Carolina Panthers: QB P. J. Walker, CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver, DE Shareef Miller, LG Dennis Daley, TE Colin Thompson

Seattle Seahawks: RB DeeJay Dallas, WR Phillip Dorsett, T Jamarco Jones, T Cedric Ogbuehi, DE Alton Robinson, LB D’Andre Walker

Atlanta Falcons: CB Kendall Sheffield, RB Qadree Ollison, T Timon Parris, DT Marlon Davidson, DE Charles Harris

Miami Dolphins: WR Malcolm Perry, WR Lynn Bowden Jr., OL Adam Pankey, DL Jason Strowbridge, S Clayton Fejedelem

New England Patriots: LB Josh Uche, QB Jarrett Stidham, LB Cassh Maluia, OT Korey Cunningham, TE Dalton Keene

Earlier News:

Jimmy Smith Downgraded to Questionable

Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith, who entered the weekend healthy, is now dealing with back spasms and is questionable for Sunday’s game against Cleveland.

Mike Williams to Play in Week 1?

After initial reports overnight suggested he would be inactive, an update from Sunday morning now explains that Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams is expected to be good to go for Week 1. While it’s not guaranteed he’ll play, it would take a significant setback in warmups to keep him off the field. Jalen Guyton and Joe Reed would move up a slot in the lineup if Williams doesn’t play.

Lane Johnson Will “Try to Play”

Veteran right tackle Lane Johnson was limited in practice this week with an ankle injury and carried a questionable designation into the weekend. However, Johnson is expected to “try to play” on Sunday against the Washington Football Team. His presence will be felt as Philadelphia deals with injuries across their entire roster.

Patriots’ Harry Good to Go

N’Keal Harry entered the weekend as questionable with a shoulder injury but is expected to play on Sunday. Still, the Patriots will have just four active wideouts (Harry, Julian Edelman, Jakobi Meyers, and Damiere Byrd) for kickoff after placing Gunner Olszewski on injured reserve yesterday.

Okudah’s NFL Debut Pushed Back to Week 2?

The Lions’ secondary will be without its talented rookie on Sunday. No. 3 pick and talented cornerback Jeff Okudah entered the weekend as questionable with a hamstring injury but is expected to be inactive when injury reports come out at 11:30 a.m. He’ll have to wait another week to make his debut.

J.C. Tretter Expected to Play

Veteran center J.C. Tretter is listed as questionable amidst his recovery from knee surgery, but he’s expected to suit up and play against the Ravens in the teams’ season opener on Sunday afternoon. His presence will provide reliable aid in the trenches against a challenging Baltimore defense.

Montgomery, Patterson Good to Go for Bears

The Bears are expecting two offensive weapons to play on Sunday. Running back David Montgeromy (groin) and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (knee), who were both listed as questionable, are expected to play on a full or near-full workload. The Bears face the Lions at 1:00 p.m. EST.

Positive Development Regarding Mike Evans

Originally listed as doubtful for Sunday, Mike Evans has been upgraded to questionable. Now, he’s reportedly expected to play barring a setback during pregame workouts. While he could see a pitch count in New Orleans due to his injury, the fact that he’ll be able to play is a reassuring sign for the Buccaneers ahead of their big Week 1 game against the Saints.

Devante Parker Good to Go

Devante Parker missed several camp sessions due to an undisclosed injury but found his way back to the practice field this week ahead of Miami’s bout with New England. The Dolphins wideout is reportedly good to go ahead of Sunday’s 1:00 p.m. game at Gillette Stadium, which is a good sign for an offense that has its fair share of question marks.

Jalen Reagor Expected to Play

Days ago, Jalen Reagor had unofficially been ruled out for Week 1. Now, there appears to have been a positive development as Reagor, who shed his injury designation altogether late this week, is expected to make his NFL debut on Sunday against the Washington Football Team. Reagor will have a large impact in an offense that will be without Miles Sanders on the road.

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