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2014 Fantasy Football: Week 8 Injury Report

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Quarterbacks

Jake Locker– TEN
Injury- Thumb
Locker is officially listed as day to day after sitting out again Week 7. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt expects Locker to play Week 8. Charlie Whitehurst will likely start if Locker can’t go.

Robert Griffin III, WAS
Injury- Ankle
RG3 is expected to return to practice on Wednesday. He could be back as soon as Week 8, however, coach Jay Gruden has said, he will not return until he is 100-percent. Colt McCoy will start if RG3 can’t go.

Running Backs

Fred Jackson, BUF
Injury- Groin
Jackson’s groin injury will not require surgery. It is expected to cost him at least two weeks. He may be able to return after the Bills Week 9 bye. Others have suggested he will have to miss four weeks. Until Jackson is able to return Anthony Dixon is expected to lead the backfield with Bryce Brown chipping in.

C.J. Spiller, BUF
Injury- Collarbone
Spiller will undergo season-ending surgery on Monday and will miss the remainder of the season. Spiller has likely taken his last snap as a Buffalo Bill.

Reggie Bush, DET
Injury- Ankle
Bush is officially listed as probable after missing most of the second half of Sunday’s game after re-aggravating the injury.

Theo Riddick, DET
Injury- Hamstring
Riddick was once again inactive on Sunday. He is now listed as day to day.

James Starks, GB
Injury- Ankle
Starks is listed as questionable after being forced out of Sunday’s game with an ankle injury.

Trent Richardson, IND
Injury- Hamstring
Richardson was forced out of his Week 7 matchup with a hamstring injury. He is questionable for Week 8.

Mark Ingram, NO
Injury- Shoulder
Ingram is listed as questionable after being forced out of Sunday’s game in the third quarter with a shoulder injury.

Pierre Thomas, NO
Injury- Shoulder
Thomas is listed as questionable after being forced out of Sunday’s game in the third quarter with a shoulder injury.

Bilal Powell, NYJ
Injury- Foot
Powell is questionable after being forced out of Thursday night’s game with a foot injury.

Marcel Reece, OAK
Injury- Quadriceps
Reece was inactive Sunday and is listed as day to day moving forward.

Charles Sims, TB
Injury- Ankle
The Bucs are hoping that Sims can return to practice this week. He is not expected to return to the field for Week 8.

Alfred Morris, WAS
Injury- Ankle
Morris was forced out of Sunday’s game with a left ankle injury. Although he did manage to return, he is listed as questionable for Week 8.

Wide Receivers

Harry Douglas, ATL
Injury- Foot
Douglas missed another game on Sunday and is listed as questionable for next week’s game.

Marlon Brown, BAL
Injury- Pelvis
After being listed as probable for Sunday’s game, Brown was inactive. He is now listed as day to day.

A.J Green, CIN
Injury- Toe
Green received a good prognosis from the doctor on Friday. He may be able to play next week’s against Baltimore. He is officially listed as day to day.

Calvin Johnson, DET
Injury- Ankle
Megatron was inactive again on Sunday and is now listed as day to day. Monitor his status throughout the week. Once he returns, he should be at 100-percent.

Junior Hemingway, KC
Injury- Hamstring
Hemmingway was forced out of Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury and was not able to return.

Vincent Brown, OAK
Injury- Hamstring
Brown was ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Cardinals.

Kenny Britt, STL
Injury- Ankle
Britt is listed as questionable with an ankle injury that he suffered Sunday against the Seahawks.

Tight Ends

Eric Ebron, DET
Injury- Hamstring
Ebron was inactive for Sunday’s game. He is now officially listed as day to day.

Joseph Fauria, DET
Injury- Ankle
Fauria missed another game on Sunday and is questionable for next week.

Luke Wilson, SEA
Injury- Groin
Wilson was inactive on Sunday and will be listed as questionable for next week.

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