Updated: Friday, 11/11 @ 4:20 pm ET

With the Week 9 bye week from hell behind us, we are onto Week 10 of the NFL season. With a lot of teams on a bye, they were able to give their guys that were injured a little extra time off and help them recover. There were a few notable injuries in Week 9 including Aaron Jones and Josh Allen. Let’s take a look at both of their ailments, and everyone else, that are relevant to our fantasy football rosters. 


2022 NFL Injury Report Fantasy Football Week 10


NFL Quarterback Injury News

Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills - Elbow

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 2:50 pm ET - Allen didn't practice earlier in the day when media was allowed into the facility, but Buffalo reported that Allen did actually practice on a limited basis today. He was seen without any sort of brace or sleeve too. Allen has officially been listed as questionable.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - The biggest news of the week is about Josh Allen and how bad his elbow is. He has an elbow sprain that looks like he's going to try and manage for the rest of the year. The Bills are listing him day-to-day and we have no idea if he's going to play this week against the Vikings. He won't practice a lot this week from everything reporting. We'll have to continue to monitor this situation closely, but at the very least we know he won't be undergoing Tommy John surgery.

This is potentially terrible news, but we still don’t know exactly what happened to Josh Allen’s elbow. Whatever it is, he was still able to hoist a 70-yard bomb at the end of that game to Gabe Davis that Davis didn’t haul in. All reports are pointing to a potential UCL injury, which is very common in baseball and leads to a lot of Tommy John surgery. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said we’ll know more on Tuesday.

Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 2:50 pm ET - Tannehill has been able to practice every day this week including being a full participant on Thursday. With that being said, Tannehill and the Titans have a walkthrough on Saturday and we'll learn after that if he's going to play in Week 10.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 4:20 pm ET - For the first time in a couple of weeks, Ryan Tannehill was seen practicing and taking reps under center. He practiced in a limited fashion, but this is a big step for the return of the Titans starting quarterback. This is a great sign for Tannehill in Week 10 considering he was close to playing in Week 9 without any practice reps in the week leading up to the game.

After going through a pregame warmup on Sunday night, Ryan Tannehill was deemed inactive in Week 9 and watched his team almost squeak out a win with subpar quarterbacking from Malik Willis. Tannehill has now missed two straight games, but he was close to returning in Week 9, so the chances he returns in Week 10 are high. Monitor the practice reports throughout the week as they take on the Broncos on Sunday.

Sam Darnold, Carolina Panthers - Ankle

With a short week, the Panthers have decided that PJ Walker is going to be the starting quarterback in Week 10, but they activated Sam Darnold as well. Darnold was dealing with a high-ankle sprain this entire season and it kept him out for nine weeks. Walker struggled in Week 9 and they turned to Baker Mayfield in the second half. If Walker struggles again, we could see Darnold get the next call.

Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams - Concussion

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 2:50 pm ET - Head coach Sean McVay has declared Matthew Stafford questionable, but that he's “making good progress.” We should find out more on Stafford's status on Saturday.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 3:30 pm ET - Well this is quite the interesting development. Matthew Stafford has entered the league's concussion protocol. They play this upcoming Sunday, so the turnaround needed for him to be on the field would need to be pretty unthinkable. If you're rostering Matthew Stafford and had plans of using him at quarterback this week, you may need to hit the waiver wire.

Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Cardinals - Hamstring

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 1:20 pm ET - After logging a limited practice on Thursday and Friday, Kyler Murray has officially been listed as a game-time decision per head coach Kliff Kingsbury. This injury popped up out of nowhere and could now keep him sidelined against the Rams this week.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 4:20 pm ET - This is the first we've heard about an injury but Murray was unable to practice on Wednesday as he was listed as a DNP. The good news is it was only a walkthrough for Arizona today, not an practice with full pads or anything, so let's await and see how this plays out. Colt McCoy will serve as the teams QB1 if Murray is unable to play in Week 10. The Cardinals have officially listed him as day-to-day.


NFL Running Back Injury News

Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 4:05 pm ET - The Packers have officially removed Aaron Jones from the injury report for their Week 10 game and he's going to suit up just a week after leaving the Packers' game against the Lions. Expect him to take on a full workload here.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - It's great to see Aaron Jones on the practice field, so the reports about his ankle being OK seem accurate. It looks like Jones will be able to suit up in Week 10, but continue to monitor the practice reports for the remainder of the week.

After leaving Sunday’s game, X-rays came back good for Aaron Jones and it doesn’t look like he’s going to miss any time. Reports are that he should be able to practice this week and everything, which obviously bodes well for Jones and the Packers in a tough match-up against the Cowboys who are coming off a bye. We’ll see how his ankle feels come Wednesday when practice kicks off this week.

Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 4:15 pm ET - After practicing in full capacity on Thursday, the Colts final practice report on Friday did NOT include Jonathan Taylor. This is a great sign for Taylor's status this upcoming week as the Colts take on the Raiders in Week 10. Deon Jackson has already been ruled out and the team traded off Nyheim Hines, so this is Jonathan Taylor's backfield.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - A nice sight to see was Taylor being a participant in practice after not playing this past week. His ankle has been an issue for over a month now, but seeing him at practice is a step in the right direction. We've seen Taylor practice this year and sit out that the game the same week, so pay attention the news the rest of the week.

Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys - Knee

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 1:30 pm ET - After taking all the reps, making all the cuts, and responding well to all of it, Jerry Jones said he expects Ezekiel Elliott to return in Week 10. As long as he continues to respond to practice well, Elliott is going to be on the field.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - Seemingly any questions we had about Elliott's Week 10 status has gone out of the window considering he's back on the practice field on Wednesday and he told head coach Mike McCarthy that he's good to go for Sunday's game against the Packers.

While Dallas was on their bye in Week 9, it was reported that Elliott would be back following the bye week, but he did not practice on Monday to start the work week for the Cowboys. Head coach Mike McCarthy did mention it was a light day and full practice ramps up on Wednesday, so we’ll see how much Elliott is doing then. They could give him another week to fully recover with a subpar Packers team on the schedule.

Elijah Mitchell, San Francisco 49ers - Knee

We saw six carries from Elijah Mitchell in Week 1 before a knee injury derailed him and kept him off the field until now. The 49ers designated him to return, so they now have 21 days to activate him. He was back at practice and there are reports he always anticipated his return to be after the 49ers bye week. He’s now RB2 on the depth chart with Christian McCaffrey in town.

Gus Edwards, Baltimore Ravens - Hamstring

After missing practice all week, it was not surprising to see Gus Edwards miss the Ravens Week 9 game against the Saints on Monday night. With Week 10 being a short week for Baltimore, we’ll see if he can get back onto the practice field. He left in Week 8 and we haven’t seen him since and hamstrings can be tricky, so we’ll see if we get Edwards back in Week 10.

Chuba Hubbard, Carolina Panthers - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - Although Hubbard has practiced in full each of the last two days, the Panthers have listed him questionable despite that fact. Hubbard expects to play, however, so we'll find out before Thursday's game starts. At the very least, we'll know an hour and a half before the game if Hubbard's going to play when the Panthers send in their inactives.

UPDATE: 11/8 @ 2:00 pm ET - After practicing on a limited basis on Monday, on the Panthers' estimated practice report, Hubbard logged a full practice on Tuesday, giving him the greenlight for Week 10 so long as there are no setbacks before Thursday's game.

The Panthers play on Thursday night, so the injury report they put out on Monday is just estimated, but they listed Chuba Hubbard as a limited participant. That’s what he was all of last week and wasn’t able to play, so take his participation with a grain of salt. It’s been weird because Carolina said Hubbard could’ve returned in Week 8 due to how mild the sprain was and then ruled him out in Week 9 after practicing all week. 


NFL Wide Receiver Injury News

Odell Beckham Jr., Free Agent - Knee

We got a massive update on Odell Beckham’s status on Sunday as Jay Glazer said he’ll be fully cleared by the end of this upcoming week. If that’s the case, we likely see an all-out bidding war fairly soon and Beckham’s return is imminent.

Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers - Hamstring

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 3:30 pm ET - Samuel was listed as a full participant at Wednesday's practice all but assuring us he'll play this week barring any setbacks.

We always thought Samuel’s return would come after San Francisco’s bye week and as the Week 10 week of practice kicked off on Monday, Samuel found his way onto the field. Albeit in a limited capacity, but obviously a step in the right direction. If Samuel does return to game action in Week 10, he’ll have missed just one game.

Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers - Hamstring

UPDATE 11/11 @ 4:15 pm ET - Although he started the week listed “day-to-day”, he's been ruled out of the Chargers Week 10 game. Who knows when he'll be back on the field, but the Chargers have said they need Allen to be 100% before he returns.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 3:30 pm ET - We got word from head coach Brandon Staley that the team is listing Allen “day-to-day” at this point and that he wouldn't be practicing on Wednesday. We're unsure if Allen's going to suit up this week, but we won't see him until he's 100%.

It’s been a dreadful year for Keenan Allen who tweaked his hamstring after playing a half of football in Week 7. Chargers head coach Brandon Staley didn’t give us any real update today but we’ll know more on Wednesday.

Romeo Doubs, Green Bay Packers - Ankle

Another tough blow for the Packers' receiving corps as Romeo Doubs suffered a high-ankle sprain that will keep him for quite a while. These injuries have kept guys out anywhere from 4-to-6 weeks.

Jarvis Landry, New Orleans Saints - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 4:15 pm ET - We thought Week 9 was when Landry would return, but the Saints ruled him out. It looks like the return will happen in Week 10, however, after practicing on a limited basis all week and is no longer listed on the team's injury report for Week 10. He hasn't played in a game since October 2nd.

After practicing the entire week, Jarvis Landy was questionable entering Monday’s game but was ultimately ruled out. He was reportedly close to playing, so it’s likely we see him back in Week 10. Landry hasn’t played since Week 4.

Nico Collins, Houston Texans - Groin

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 4:15 pm ET - Collins practiced on a limited basis everyday this week and has officially been listed questionable. Collins and the Texans take on the Giants this week.

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 3:30 pm ET - Collins was back on the practice field on Wednesday. It was in a limited capacity, but he looked good when he was on the field. If Brandin Cooks doesn't play, Collins will check in as the teams WR1 this week.

It still seems up in the air in regard to Collins’ status heading into Week 10. Head coach Lovie Smith said they’re making good progress and he’d like to have them back, but we still have a full week of practice ahead. Let’s see what Collins can do during Wednesday’s practice.

DeSean Jackson, Baltimore Ravens - Hamstring

Tell me if you’ve seen this story before; DeSean Jackson suffering a hamstring injury. The oft-injured Jackson made one catch before suffering the injury and did not return afterward. At 35 years old, his recovery from this injury may not be what it once was.

Kenny Golladay, New York Giants - Knee

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 1:30 pm ET - It looks like Golladay is going to make his return as long as there are no setbacks on Saturday according to head coach Brian Daboll. Golladay practiced on a limited basis all week long. There's been no talk about how many snaps he'd play if/when he's ruled in.

UPDATE: 11/8 @ 2 pm ET - After hearing head coach Brian Daboll speak to reporters on Tuesday, it sounds like Kenny Golladay is going to suit up this week. Well, he “probably” will, according to Daboll. He is practicing on Tuesday, which is a great sign for the Giants who are lacking playmakers at the wide receiver position.

Treylon Burks, Tennessee Titans - Toe

UPDATE: 11/9 @ 2:30 pm ET - The Titans have officially opened Treylon Burks practice window after designating him from a return from injured reserve. He now has 21 days to return from the turf toe injury that's sidelined him for quite some time. In an interview at his locker, Burks said the plan is to play this week against the Broncos. We'll see if that ends up being the case, but Burks is almost back.

Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs - Abdomen

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 3 pm ET - Hardman showed up on the injury report mid-week with an abdominal issue. He missed practices Wednesday and Thursday before the Chiefs ruled him out officially on Friday. Marquez Valdes-Scantling should see an uptick in snaps and targets, as should Skyy Moore in three-receiver sets.

Christian Watson, Green Bay Packers - Concussion

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 4:00 pm ET - As of Thursday, Watson was no longer on the team's injury report and is going to play in Week 10 after being removed from the team's injury report. Watson's role could grow here considering the Packers are without Romeo Doubs.

NFL Tight End Injury News

Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens - Shoulder

Andrews didn’t practice all week and then missed the Ravens' Week 9 game on Monday night against the Saints. Andrews, after sitting this game out, now has a bye week on their hands and doesn’t play again until the 20th of November. That means his time off will be from October 20th to possibly November 27th if he returns in Week 11. Something to consider when the Ravens come out of their bye.

Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders - Hamstring

Maybe next week! Right? At least that’s the thought. He was as close as it gets as reported by NFL’s Ian Rapoport but didn’t end up suiting up because he’s still not 100%. After two weeks of limited practice and no game action, everyone is getting very impatient with Waller.

David Njoku, Cleveland Browns - Ankle

UPDATE: 11/11 @ 1:30 pm ET - Although it looked as if David Njoku was going to return after the Browns bye week, Njoku was officially ruled out in Week 10. Njoku was seen working on the sidelines during practice this week and never really getting himself up to game speed.

With the Browns coming off a bye, they ran a practice on Monday and David Njoku was seen without a limp. He was asked about his Week 10 availability and he continues to say he’ll be ready to go. Njoku was seen rehabbing his ankle in the Browns facility all weekend and is poised to make his return from the sprain sooner rather than later.

Daniel Bellinger, New York Giants - Eye

After seeing Bellinger being carted off and blood coming from his eye, it was definitely concerning and a question mark if he was going to play again this season, especially after he underwent eye surgery. The Giants are confident he’s going to return potentially by Week 11.



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