New York will go into Thursday night’s game with a number of notable injuries to important players, including to Sterling Shepard who’s been ruled out with a concussion.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the week's big injuries, including a positive report on Mitchell Trubisky, who could return in a few weeks.
Jeff Stotts breaks down star running back Saquon Barkley’s high ankle sprain, among this past week’s other significant football injuries.
Drew Brees tore the UCL in his right thumb and is expected to miss at least six weeks, but a possible IR designation could sideline him for eight weeks.
Several NFL players injured their collarbones in Week 1, including Nick Foles, who’s been placed on IR and will be eligible to return Week 11.
Jeff Stotts breaks down key injuries before heading into Week 1 and offers up a concussion primer, including details on Jordan Reed’s recent diagnosis.
Jeff Stotts explains Amari Cooper’s chronic foot condition and says it wouldn’t be shocking to see Cooper’s number of practice reps reduced throughout the season.
Jeff Stotts puts on his detective hat and wades through the jumble of information coming out of Colts camp regarding QB Andrew Luck’s leg injury.
Jeff Stotts explains why the Raiders may be without their top receiver, Antonio Brown, who has blistered feet after visiting a cryotherapy chamber, for the rest of preseason.
As long as Damien Williams remains out with a hamstring injury, Carlos Hyde will continue to get the majority of training camp reps with Kansas City’s starting unit.
Jeff Stotts uses Bengals wideout A.J. Green’s recent ankle injury to offer up a refresher on how different types of ankle injuries are graded.
Jeff Stotts offers early season advice for decoding injury information and monitors a few key injured players including Houston’s DeAndre Hopkins.
Jeff Stotts analyzes players coming off injury and whether they're worth the risk to fantasy owners. Will Todd Gurley be a bust or a bargain?
The final week of the regular season is upon us, and Jeff Stotts is offering up his final injury report, featuring Marcus Mariota, who is questionable in a win-or-go-home game against the Colts Sunday.
According to Jeff Stotts, all signs point to Chargers RB Melvin Gordon playing against the Ravens, but the possibility is still there for the team to limit his carries against a tough defense.
Jeff Stotts tracks the injuries that will likely affect this week’s slate of games, including Odell Beckham’s quad contusion, which has his availability for Week 15 in question.
Jeff Stotts rounds up this week’s most significant NFL injuries, including Panther Greg Olsen’s torn plantar fascia, which will keep him out for the remainder of the season.
Colts tight end Jack Doyle will miss the rest of the season with a kidney injury that required an undisclosed procedure.
Jeff Stotts examines Thanksgiving week’s most important injuries including Alex Smith’s gruesome broken leg and running back Kerryon Johnson’s sprained knee.
Jeff Stotts describes the three different shoulder injuries that have affected top offensive Miami contributors DeVante Parker, Kenyan Drake and Ryan Tannehill.
A.J. Green is expected to miss at least two weeks as he deals with a severe toe injury and could be a high-risk play once he returns.
Jeff Stotts details the tricky and difficult to heal hamstring injuries that have plagued the league’s running backs, including Leonard Fournette who may return after the Jaguars’ Week 9 bye.
Jeff Stotts expects the Patriots to follow an extremely conservative game plan when it comes to Rob Gronkowski’s back spasms, which are difficult to manage.
Jeff Stotts explains Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen’s elbow injury, which will keep him from playing Sunday and possibly longer.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the key injuries from last week and what it means for Week 6. Will the Rams be without their top two wideouts?
Jeff Stotts recaps this week’s biggest NFL injuries, including Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton, who’s dealing with both a hamstring and chest injury, while the Colts practice with an abbreviated schedule this week.
Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the season with a torn ACL, plus Jeff Stotts describes a couple other 49ers backfield injuries, including to Matt Breida and Alfred Morris.
Jeff Stotts details the muscle cramping experienced by both Dalvin Cook and Todd Gurley in Week 2 and notes that both should be good to go for Week 3.
Jeff Stotts notes that it wouldn’t be surprising if Aaron Rodgers’ ability to play Week 2 ended up a game-time decision, so look for Green Bay to modify its game plan to better suit its quarterback’s limitation.
Jeff Stotts says that the Eagles announced officially that Carson Wentz won’t play week 1 as expected, Alshon Jeffery will be out at least two games, and Jay Ajayi has a foot injury.