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Fantrax NFL Injury Report – Week 2

Injuries are an unfortunate part of fantasy football but they also offer an area where you can gain an advantage over your competition. Knowing which players will take the field each week, and then identifying the top available replacements for those that don’t, can earn you a few extra victories during the regular season. They just might help you eke out a playoff win too!

Each week during the NFL season Fantrax will be collecting all the NFL injury news from every available source and then bringing that to you in one neat little package. Then with a little help with the rest of our full slate of NFL Week 2 fantasy football analysis, you’ll be armed with all the knowledge you need to weather the storm of injuries on your own teams, and maybe even take advantage of those on other teams.

NFL Injured Reserve

Baltimore Ravens

  • RB J.K. Dobbins is OUT for the season with an Achilles injury: Clifton Brown

New York Jets

  • QB Aaron Rodgers is OUT for the season with an Achilles injury, but he hinted at playing again next season: Ian Rapoprt

NFL Injury Report

Baltimore Ravens

  • TE Mark Andrews is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2, but is expected to play: Ian Rapoport

Carolina Panthers

  • WR DJ Chark is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2, but he was a full participant at practice on Saturday: Darin Gantt

Cleveland Browns

  • WR Amari Cooper is QUESTIONABLE for Monday night’s game, as he aggravated a groin injury during Sunday’s practice: Ian Rapoport

Dallas Cowboys

  • WR Brandin Cooks is QUESTIONABLE for Sunday’s game, but he is not expected to play: Adam Schefter

Denver Broncos

  • TE Greg Dulcich is OUT for this weekend, as he was placed on the Injured Reserve on Saturday, but will be back at some point this season: Denver Broncos

Green Bay Packers

  • WR Christian Watson is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2, but is not expected to play in Week 2: Adam Schefter
  • RB Aaron Jones is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2, and is not expected to play: Adam Schefter

Houston Texans

  • QB CJ Stroud is QUESTIONABLE to play this weekend because of a shoulder injury, but he is expected to suit up: Ian Rapoport

Indianapolis Colts

  • TE Kylen Granson is QUESTIONABLE to play because of a hamstring injury: Indianapolis Colts

Kansas City Chiefs

  • TE Travis Kelce is listed as QUESTIONABLE, but he is likely “good to go”, though he will wear a compression sleeve: Adam Schefter
  • RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2 as he missed Friday’s practice due to an illness: Pete Sweeney

Las Vegas Raiders

  • WR Jakobi Meyers is OUT for this Sunday’s game because of a concussion:

Los Angeles Chargers

  • RB Austin Ekeler is DOUBTFUL for Sunday’s game due to an ankle injury: Adam Schefter

Los Angeles Rams

  • WR Cooper Kupp is OUT for Week 2 (Injured Reserve), but coach McVay is hopeful that he will return for Week 5: Sarah Barshop
  • WR Puka Nacua is QUESTIONABLE for this Sunday’s game, but coach McVay believes that he will play: Stu Jackson

New England Patriots

  • WR DeVante Parker is QUESTIONABLE for Week 2, as he was limited at practice all week long: Phil Perry

New York Giants

  • WR Wan’Dale Robinson is DOUBTFUL for this week, but he is likely to make his debut on Thursday night: Jordan Raanan

New York Jets

  • PK Greg Zuerlein is OUT for Sunday, and will not play: New York Jets
  • RB Breece Hall is QUESTIONABLE for Sunday’s game, and he will be on a pitch count, likely larger than last week’s eleven touches: Underdog NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • WR Diontae Johnson is OUT for Week 2, but he isn’t expected to play: Mike DeFabo

Tennessee Titans

  • WR DeAndre Hopkins is QUESTIONABLE for this weekend, but he is expected to play: Adam Schefter

Check out our Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | Half-PPR by Position | Flex Rankings | Positional Ranks w/ K & DST | Dynasty | Superflex Dynasty

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