Post-game Injury Report - Week 18

by KFFL Staff on January 10, 2011 @ 12:44:26 PDT

 



Quarterback

QB | Mark Sanchez | New York Jets | Injury
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said QB Mark Sanchez's (shoulder) injured shoulder is fine, according to CBSSports.com.


Running Back

RB | Reggie Bush | New Orleans Saints | Injury, Fantasy
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton said RB Reggie Bush (leg) would have missed two to three weeks if they would have won their Wild Card game because of a leg injury he suffered in that game, reports Jeff Duncan, of the New Orleans Times-Picayune.


Wide Receiver

WR | Brad Smith | New York Jets | Injury
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said he is optimistic that WR Brad Smith (groin) will be able to play in the team's Divisional Round playoff game, reports Manish Mehta, of the New York Daily News.

WR | Donald Driver | Green Bay Packers | Injury, Fantasy
Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver (knee) suffered a bruised knee in the team's Wild Card playoff game Sunday, Jan. 9, though he was able to return to the game, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Tom Silverstein. Driver didn't appear to be walking with a limp after the game.


Offensive Tackle

OT | Damien Woody | New York Jets | Injury
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said he is not sure about OT Damien Woody's (knee) status for the team's Dicvision Round playoff game, reports Manish Mehta, of the New York Daily News.

OT | Ryan Diem | Indianapolis Colts | Injury
Indianapolis Colts OT Ryan Diem (back) said he fractured two bones his back during the team's Week 17 but will not need surgery this offseason, reports Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star.


Cornerback

CB | Malcolm Jenkins | New Orleans Saints | Injury
New Orleans Saints FS Malcolm Jenkins (knee) may not need surgery on his injured knee because the news looks good on the recovery of the knee, reports Jeff Duncan, of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Head coach Sean Payton said the team will continue to monitor the injury.

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