Notable injuries – Sunday’s games

Notable injuries – Sunday’s games

Here are some other injuries we’re tracking Sunday in Week 14 of the 2017 NFL season:

Gerald McCoy – defensive tackle frin Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a shoulder/biceps injury against the Detroit Lions in the first half and is dubious to go back.

Mario Edwards Jr. defensive end from Oakland Raiders suffered an ankle injury and is questionable to return against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Kendall Lamm offensive tackle from Houston Texans suffered a concussion during the first half against the San Francisco 49ers.

Wide receiver Robert Woods from Los Angeles Rams (shoulder) is considered a long shot to play versus the Philadelphia Eagles. Woods, who is been out for 2 weeks, became a limited participant Friday and thus earned a questionable designation.

Tight end Zach Ertz from Philadelphia Eagles (concussion) is considered not likely to play, however his fame might hinge on how he feels Sunday morning, Rapoport stated. he is listed as questionable.

Cornerback Jalen Ramsey – Jacksonville Jaguars (hamstring) is expected to play versus the Seattle Seahawks. Linebacker Telvin Smith (concussion) is unlikely to play.

Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos (ankle), listed as questionable, is expected to play versus the New York Jets, Rapoport reported.

Wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) – Los Angeles Chargers is expected to play versus the Washington Redskins.

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (back) – Baltimore Ravens is expected to play versus the Pittsburgh Steelers.

More: Cornerback Dexter McDonald Is Making The Most Of His Opportunity

Dexter McDonald has waited a long time for his possibility in the NFL, and the past few weeks he’s obtained his threat.

The former University of Kansas Jayhawk joined the Oakland Raiders in 2015 whilst the crew drafted him within the seventh-round (No. 242 normal). The rangy 6’1”, 200-pound cornerback totaled 4 interceptions, 81 tackles, 23 passes defensed, and one fumble recovery for the duration of his tenure at Kansas, and has been itching for his second within the league due to the fact that being drafted.

“I’ve been waiting on this opportunity,” McDonald said. “The more comfortable I get on the field the better I can get as a player, and play fast.”