Weekly Training Camp Injury Report: 8/2/2008

15 08 2008

Arizona Cardinals
Anquan Boldin: Anquan Boldin should be back at training camp this week after sitting out last week nursing a hamstring injury.

Atlanta Falcons:
Joe Horn: Joe Horn sat out Saturday’s game against the Jaguars with a hamstring injury. Horn will be day to day.
Laurent Robinson: The 6’2 receiver who runs a 4.38 40 has been out with a tail bone injury. Laurent Robinson had a nice Rookie season last year and is a sleeper to start opposite of Roddy White in 2008!

Baltimore Ravens:
Todd Heap: Todd Heap sat out Thursday’s pre-season game against the patriots with a calf injury.
Willis McGahee: Willis missed Thursday’s pre-season game with a knee injury.
Josh Reed: Josh Reed missed Thursday’s pre-season game with a back injury.

Carolina Panthers
Jake Delhomme: JD is still nursing his elbow injury and only attempted one pass against the Colts this past Saturday. The Panthers are going to take it easy on their franchise QB during the pre-season to assure their leader is ready to roll in week1 of the regular season.

Chicago Bears
Kevin Jones: Was evaluated by team doctors last week and has been cleared to practice this upcoming week.

Cincinnati Bengals
Chad Johnson: Ocho Cinco is still recovering from ankle surgery, but said it shouldn’t keep him from showing up against the pack this Monday night.
T.J. Houshmanzadeh: Housh missed practice with a sore hamstring all last week and will most likely miss the Bengals first pre-season game against the packers.
Rudi Johnson: Missed practice last Thursday and will most likely sit on the sideline this Monday night.

Cleveland Browns
Braylon Edwards: Edwards was rushed to the hospital on Saturday night with a major cut on his right foot.
Joe Jurevicious: Joey “Sure”vicious was placed on the PUP list and will not be a part of the Browns training camp.

Dallas Cowboys
Key Injuries: None

Denver Broncos
Brand Marshall: The league handed down a 2 game suspension against Marshall last week, but that won’t limit him from being a part of the Broncos training camp.

Detroit Lions
Calvin Johnson: CJ sat out practice on Sunday with a bruised leg injury.
Jason Hanson: The veteran kicker may miss the next 2 pre-season games with a serious leg injury.
Shaun McDonald was a big part of the Lions offense last year, but he may not be able to contribute during training camp since the Lions are considering placing him on the PUP list.

Green Bay Packers
Ryan Grant: Last year’s running back sensation has missed the last 2 days of practice and it’s uncertain if he’ll be ready to play against the Bengals on Monday night.

Houston Texans
Ahman Green: AG hurt his groin on the first play of their pre-season game against the Broncos on Saturday.

Indianapolis Colts
Peyton Manning: Manning is recovering from knee surgery (Bursa Sac) and is estimated to be out at least 6 weeks. Manning may be out the entire pre-season, but we don’t anticipate his surgery having any adverse effects on his performance this season.

Jacksonville Jaguars
Mike Walker: The 2nd year UCF product has been battling an ankle injury for most of training camp. Walker is a beast and could walk away with one of the starting WR’s jobs on the Jags if he can stay healthy.

Miami Dolphins
Key Injuries: None

Minnesota Vikings
Key Injuries: None

New Orleans Saints
Jeremy Shockey: G-Shock is still nursing a sore leg and will be ready to go the final two pre-season games.
Marques Colston: Colston missed Thursday’s preseason game with a sore left knee, but resumed practice over the weekend.
Deuce McAllister: The veteran running back (sore knees) was able to resume practice over the weekend.

New England Patriots
Wes Welker: Mighty Mouse missed Thursday’s pre-season game against Baltimore with a sore groin.

New York Giants
Plaxico Burress: “Plexi Glass” sat out practice over the weekend and won’t resume until his sore ankle is feels better.
Steve Smith: SS missed Thursday’s pre-season game against the lions with a sore groin.

New York Jets
Key Injuries: None

Oakland Raiders
JaMarcus Russell: The Bayou Bengal tested his sore elbow & played 2 series against the 49ers this past Friday night.
Sebastian Janikowski: The “Polish Prince” missed Friday’s pre-season game against the Niners.

Philadelphia Eagles
Donovan McNabb: According to team reports, D Mac has fully recovered from shoulder tendonitis and played in the Eagles first pre-season game against the Steelers.
Reggie Brown: Mr. Brown missed the team’s first pre-season game with inflammation in his Achilles, but will resume practice this week.

Pittsburgh Steelers
Byron Leftwhich: Leftwhich signed on with the team after Charlie Batch went down with a Broken Collar Bone against the Eagles.

San Diego Chargers
Vincent Jackson: VJ continues to observe on the sidelines as he missed his 7th straight practice with sore legs this week.
Antonio Gates: AG’s big toe is about 60 to 70% after having surgery on it during the off season. The best tight end in football should be at full speed by the middle of training camp.
Philip Rivers: Philip has fully recovered from a surgically repaired torn ACL and went 5 for 6 with 54 yards passing in Saturday’s pre-season game against “America’s Team”.

San Francisco 49ers
Ashlie Lelie: Missed Friday night’s pre-season game against the Raiders with a calf injury.
Bryant Johnson: BJ signed with the 49ers this off season in his pursuit to be a featured Wide Receiver in the NFL. He missed Friday night’s pre-season game with a leg injury and is considered day to day.

St. Louis Rams
Orlando Pace: Pace continue to take it easy as he recovers from his surgically repaired shoulder. Pace will start training camp on the PUP list.

TampaBay Buccaneers
Key Injuries: None

Tennessee Titans
Rob Bironas: Bironas missed Saturday night’s pre-season game against the Rams with a leg injury.

Washington Redskins
Antwaan Randle El: Randle El suffered a forearm injury during Saturday’s pre-season game. He had several X rays after the game and all came back negative.

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