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NFL Week 5 Injury: Tom Brady says he's back in practice and will play.Jonathan Taylor leaves Colts

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With four weeks to go until the 2022 NFL regular season, several clubs are dealing with serious injuries. Look at quarterback issues across the league. Tom Brady has been dealing with multiple issues and will miss Wednesday’s practice due to injuries to his right shoulder and right finger. New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones’ ankle injury.

Due to the amount of injuries, it can be difficult to keep up. At, we’re here to give you all the injury information you might crave. Below, we break down midweek injury reports and final injury reports for Thursday night’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos.

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The Indianapolis Colts of the Denver Broncos (-3)

The Colts have been hit hard and will miss several starters in a short week. The biggest name, of course, is running back star Taylor. He’s only missed his one game in his NFL career, but that’s because he was on his COVID-19 list in 2020. On defense, the Colts are without Blackmon, Leonard and Lewis. Leonard, who had just made his 2022 debut against the Titans last week, suffered injuries to his head and face. All four Colts players who were left out Thursday night didn’t practice at all this week.

Cleveland, Phillips and Turner were each in limited attendance throughout Denver’s week. The Broncos have Russell Wilson (shoulder) and Melvin Gordon (neck) in Thursday night’s game. It is considered.

The Giants received good news Wednesday as quarterback Daniel Jones (ankle) practiced with limited numbers. James (ankle) was among the Giants’ players who didn’t practice Wednesday. Wide receiver Kadarius Toney was not spotted during a practice open to the media.

At Green Bay, only safety Adrian Amos (concussion) didn’t practice. Receiver Allen Lazard (ankle), center Josh Myers (foot), offensive tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) and cornerback Jaile Alexander (groin) are among the limited seven packers. was included in

Zach Wilson was one of three Jets players restricted earlier in the week. Wilson was listed with his ankle injury after making his season debut on Sunday against the Steelers. Offensive lineman Max Mitchell (knee) and linebacker Quincy Williams (ankle) did not practice Wednesday, while running back Brees Hall (knee) and linebacker Marcel Harris (neck) did not practice on Wednesday. was restricted.

As expected, Tua Tagovailoa did not participate in Wednesday’s practice as he continues to recover from a concussion sustained during last Thursday’s loss in Cincinnati. Teddy Bridgewater will be there. Cornerback Xavien Howard (groin) and receiver Jaylen Waddle (groin) were his two other notable Dolphins players who didn’t practice. However, Waddle returned to practice on Thursday.

Linebackers Ola Adenii (neck), Bud Dupree (hip) and rookie wideout Treylon Burks (toe) were among the five Titans players who didn’t practice Wednesday. ‘s Monty Rice returned to practice on Wednesday, with a 21-day window now activated for the 53-man roster. Rice is recovering from an injury that prematurely ended the 2021 season.

Receiver Curtis Samuel (ill) was one of five commanders who did not practice. Running back Brian Robinson Jr. returned to practice Wednesday. Robinson, who is recovering from two gunshot wounds to the lower body as a victim of an attempted robbery in late August, was placed on the non-football injured list on his Sept. 1, his first injury of the season. I will miss 4 games of. Samuel didn’t show up for practice Thursday, but rookie wideout Jahan Dotson was working the sidefield.

Wideout Keenan Allen (hamstring) was the only Chargers player who didn’t practice Wednesday. Justin Herbert (ribs) made a full appearance, but kicker Dustin Hopkins (right quad), wideout Josh Palmer (ankle) and linebacker Kyle Van Noy (back) were limited. .

Guard Joel Bitonio (biceps/rest), defensive end Jadevion Clowney (ankle) and tight end David Djok (knee/rest) did not practice for the Browns on Wednesday. Cornerback Denzel Ward (back, ribs) was limited, but pass rusher Myles Garrett (shoulders, biceps) also pulled out of this Sunday’s game after being involved in a one-car accident. After being absent, he was restricted.

The Steelers are dealing with multiple injuries on defense — especially in the secondary. However, cornerback Cam Sutton (groin/hamstring), cornerback Levi Wallace (foot) and defensive lineman Chris Warmley (ankle) did not attend practice. . Defensive tackle Cameron Hayward (ankle/elbow) was a limited participant.

The Bills have cornerback Christian Benford (hands), wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle), linebacker Tremaine Edmonds (hamstring), tight end Dawson Knox (foot/hamstring), wide receiver. They were missing several key players, including Jake Kumelow (ankle), wide receiver. Receiver Isiah McKenzie (concussion) will not participate. Center Mitch Morse (elbow), offensive tackle Justin Murray (foot) and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstrings) were limited participants. In the good news, wide receiver Gabe Davis played the full season with an ankle injury.

Atlanta’s injury report included only one player who missed practice due to injury. Pro his bowl tight end Kyle Pitts, who is dealing with a hamstring injury. Pitts was absent again on Thursday and looks increasingly likely to be in this game.

Buccaneers’ Tom Brady (right shoulder, right finger) sat out Wednesday’s practice, along with teammates Cameron Blate (concussion), Hakeem Hicks (foot) and Logan Ryan (foot). Wideout Julio his Jones (knee) and Breshad Perryman (knee, hamstring) were limited. Brady returned to practice Thursday and told the media: he plays on sundayMeanwhile, Jones and Chris Godwin each rejoined, while Brate was again absent.

Running back Rashard Penny (shoulder) was one of three Seahawks who missed practice due to injury. Cornerback Justin Coleman (calf), guard Damian Lewis (calf) and wideout Darreke Young (quad) were limited.

Quarterback Jameis Winston (back, ankle) and receiver Michael Thomas (foot) did not practice. Running back Alvin Kamara (ribs), receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle) and tight end Tatham Hill (ribs) practiced with limited numbers.

Six Texans missed practice Wednesday, including linebacker Blake Cashman (concussion) and tight end Blevin Jordan (ankle). He was one of three Texans players picked up.

Defensive lineman Foley Fatukasi (quad) was the only Jaguars player who didn’t practice. Linebacker Cravon Chaeson (ankle), wideout Zay Jones (ankle) and lineman Cole Van Lanen (hamstring) were limited.

Four Bears missed practice Wednesday, including running back David Montgomery (ankle) and cornerback Jaylon Johnson (quads). Linebacker Matthew Adams (hamstrings) and tight end Ryan Griffin. (Achilles tendon) had limited participants.

Each Vikings player was allowed to practice on Wednesday. Cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. (quads) and linebacker Zadarius Smith (knee) were limited. Cornerback Cameron Danzler (hip) played the full game.

The Lions had a whopping 10 players who didn’t practice Wednesday. Among them were receivers He Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle), DJ Chark (ankle), Josh Reynolds (ankle) and Quintez Cephus (foot). Running back Dandru Swift (shoulder/ankle) also missed practice.

New England had good news on the injury front as Mack Jones (ankle) practiced with limited numbers. Fellow quarterback Brian Hoyer (concussion) did not practice 4 I was one of those Patriots. Wideout Jacobi Myers (knee) and cornerback Jaren Mills (hamstring) were also restricted. Jones was again spotted during the open-to-media portion of Thursday’s practice, as was rookie wide receiver Tykan Thornton.

Left tackle Trent Williams (ankle) was one of four 49ers players who missed practice Wednesday. was a participant.

The Panthers are without wide receiver Laviska Chenault Jr. with a hamstring injury, cornerback Stanley Thomas Oliver with a thigh problem and safety Xavier Woods with a hamstring injury. , several players were absent from practice Wednesday. Carolina also put safety his Jeremy Chin on the disabled list and knocked him out in at least his next four games.

The NFL’s final undefeated team will miss Wednesday’s practice with five players, including kicker Jake Elliott (right ankle), cornerback Abonte Maddox (ankle) and offensive tackle Jordan Mailata (shoulder). Also, linebackers Kyron Johnson and Patrick Johnson, who participate in the concussion protocol, were not practicing. Running back Boston Scott (ribs) was limited, but cornerback Darius Slay (forearm) played the full game.

The Cardinals are one of the most intense teams in the NFL going into Week 5. Nine Cardinals, including wideout Marquise Brown (foot), lineman Max Garcia (toe) and Rodney Hudson (knee), missed practice Wednesday due to injuries. Linebacker Seben Collins (shoulder), wideouts AJ Green (knee) and JJ Watt (calf) were limited.

Dak Prescott did not practice Wednesday as he continues to work on his return from a broken thumb injury. Noah Brown (neck) practiced. This is big news for the Cowboys offense, which has been hit hard by injuries in terms of skill and his position. Tight end Jake Ferguson (knee), cornerback Jordan Lewis (groin) and Prescott were the only Cowboys who didn’t practice Wednesday.

The Rams had four players who didn’t practice: center Brian Allen (knee), cornerback Coby Durant (hamstring), defensive back Jordan Fuller (hamstring) and guard Coleman Shelton. (ankle). Defensive Back Taylor Wrap (Defensive Back) practiced in limited capacity.

Tight end Devin Asiasi (ankle) was the only Bengals player who didn’t practice Wednesday. Tee Higgins (ankle), tight end Hayden Hurst (groin), kicker Evan McPherson (groin) and linebacker Jermaine Pratt (knee) were limited.

Baltimore had four players injured Wednesday, including wideout Rashod Bateman (foot), running backs JK Dobbins (chest), Justice Hill (hamstring) and linebacker Justin Huston (groin). The offensive tackle Patrick Mekari (ankle) was limited.

Both teams had off Wednesday to prepare for Monday night’s showdown in Kansas City.