Good Morning, Bolts From the Blue.
There’s certainly some “good and the bad” to go with yesterday's injury report..
The Bolts aren’t running a clean injury report like they were last week. The team is as banged up as you’d expect in Week 11. Let’s break down the injury report below:
Here’s the “good” from the injury report:
- Keenan Allen participated in full. AC Joint sprains are tricky, but if he practiced in full yesterday, he’ll likely be available on Sunday. He may be used on a rotational basis.
- Joey Bosa, Alohi Gilman, Sebastian Joseph-Day, Donald Parham Jr, and Rashawn Slater have all ramped up to “full” practice participants by week’s end.
- JT Woods is making his way on the practice field again in a "limited” capacity; we likely won’t see him this week, but he’s making progress.
The “bad” from the injury report:
- TE Gerald Everett has been ruled out.
- Jaylen Guyton is still expected to play, but he was limited in his last day of practice and is designated as ”questionable.”
- Isaiah Spiller is listed as a DNP for illness. There is still no indication why he’s been inactive for so long.
How do you feel about this report, BFTB?
And now, for today’s daily links:
Rashan Gary was injured in practice yesterday, listed as questionable going into Sunday’s game against the Chargers (Acme Packing Co)
Jason Reed highlights Ja’Sir Taylor’s rough quote to the media regarding the Chargers defense (Bolt Beat)
Keenan Allen plans to play through AC joint sprain on Sunday (ESPN)
Merrianne Do achieves super-fan milestone, gets line of personalized bobbleheads (KTLA)
Justin Fields expected to play this week against the Lions (NFL.com)
Joe Burrow out for season with torn ligament (NFL.com)
Charissa Thompson under fire for admitting to falsifying sideline reports (Sporting News)
Edward Sutelan explains the injury report policy, and how it pertains to the Bengals (ESPN)
Could Myles Jack un-retire? (Pro Football Talk)
How is the AFC affected by Joe Burrow and Deshaun Watson’s season-end? (CBS NFL)