Injury Report: Week 15

Injury Report: Week 15
Raymond Summerlin checks in on Leonard Fournette, Alvin Kamara, Joe Mixon and the biggest fantasy names on the Week 15 injury report.
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NFL Network's Jane Slater reports Ted Ginn (questionable, ribs) is out for Week 15 against the Jets.

Ginn thought he could play through a rib injury but the Saints would rather play it safe by giving him a week to heal up. His absence will open up playing time for Willie Snead and Tommylee Lewis. Ginn's injury also solidifies Michael Thomas as a top-ten play at wide receiver.
Dec 17 - 8:35 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Leonard Fournette (quad, ankle) is expected to return in Week 16.

Fournette should only need a week to get healthy. He's dealing with a quad contusion and still not over his ankle issues. This is just Fournette's second missed game, but he's been playing through injuries all season. Jacksonville will go with a T.J. Yeldon and Chris Ivory committee against Houston.
Source: NFL Network
Dec 17 - 8:35 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms Mike Wallace (questionable, ankle) is expected to play in Week 15 against the Browns.

Wallace missed practice early in the week but there was never much doubt over his status. He's coming off consecutive 70-plus yard games and has another plus matchup with Cleveland. Wallace is our No. 36-ranked receiver for Week 15.
Dec 17 - 8:15 AM

Seahawks MLB Bobby Wagner (questionable, hamstring) expects to play Week 15 against the Rams.

Wagner didn't practice all week, but he should continue to play through his hamstring issues after suffering a Week 14 setback. His presence is needed with WLB K.J. Wright (concussion) sidelined. Wagner isn't 100 percent, so it's possible his snaps will be scaled back.
Dec 17 - 8:09 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Steelers expect Joe Haden (questionable, leg) to play Week 15 against the Patriots.

Haden remains a game-time decision, though the Steelers liked what they saw from him at practice this week. This would be his first appearance since Week 10. Haden will need to be at his best against the Patriots, who should be hungry coming off an embarrassing loss to the Dolphins in Week 14.
Dec 17 - 8:07 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Kelvin Benjamin (questionable, knee) is "hopeful" he'll play Week 15 against the Dolphins.

He bowed out of last week's game after aggravating a knee injury, but should be ready to roll after getting in a limited week of practice. Playing at less than 100 percent, Benjamin could have trouble separating against Xavien Howard, who dominated his matchup with Brandin Cooks last week. Consider Benjamin a risky WR3/4.
Dec 17 - 8:05 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chris Ivory is expected to start Week 15 against the Texans.

He'll get first crack at replacing Leonard Fournette (quad), though T.J. Yeldon will also see work. For what it's worth, Ivory out-touched Yeldon 40-24 in the two games Fournette sat out earlier this year. He'll be in play as a volume-based RB3/flex option for the fantasy semifinals.
Dec 17 - 8:02 AM

Mike Williams missed his lone target in the Chargers' Week 15 loss to the Chiefs.

Including Corey Davis and John Ross, all three of this year's first-round wide receivers have been rookie disappointments. Williams will close out his first NFL campaign as the Chargers' No. 4 wideout behind Keenan Allen, Tyrell Williams and Travis Benjamin.
Dec 17 - 12:07 AM
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