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Fantasy Football Week 15 Injury Report

Fantasy Football Week 15 Injury Report
By Vincent Frank on December 14, 2012

You can go check out the full NFL injury report here. This article is going to focus on all the players who might impact your fantasy team and where they stand in terms of injuries heading into Week 15 of the 2012 NFL season. 

 

Player Team Position Injury Status
Kevin Kolb Arizona QB Ribs Injured Reserve
Jay Cutler Chicago QB Neck/MCL Will Play
Robert Griffin III Washington QB Knee Game-time Decision
Beanie Wells Arizona RB Knee Will Play
Ray Rice Baltimore RB Hip Likely to Play
Fred Jackson Buffalo RB Knee Injured Reserve
Jonathan Stewart Carolina RB Ankle Will not Play
Michael Bush Chicago RB Ribs Likely to Play *Notes Below*
DeMarco Murray Dallas RB Foot Will Play
Felix Jones Dallas RB Knee Will Play *Notes Below*
Willis McGahee Denver RB Knee Injured Reserve
James Starks Green Bay RB Knee Out for Remainder of Regular Season
Donald Brown Indianapolis RB Ankle Injured Reserve
Rashad Jennings Jacksonville RB Concussion Out
Maurice Jones-Drew Jacksonville RB Foot Out
Adrian Peterson Minnesota RB Abdomen  Will Play
Chris Ivory New Orleans RB Hamstring Unlikely to Play
Ahmad Bradshaw New York (G) RB Foot, Knee Unlikely to Play
Bilal Powell New York (J) RB Toe Likely to Play
Darren McFadden Oakland RB Ankle Will Play
Rashard Mendenhall Pittsburgh RB Suspended Out
Ronnie Brown San Diego RB Hamstring Unlikely to Play
Marshawn Lynch Seattle RB Back Will Play
Brandon Jacobs San Francisco RB Suspended Out
Andre Roberts Arizona WR Ankle Likely to Play
Early Doucet Arizona WR Concussion Unlikely to Play
Roddy White Atlanta WR Knee Game-time Decision
Brandon LaFell Carolina WR Foot Unlikely to Play
Dez Bryant Dallas WR Finger Likely to Play
Demaryius Thomas Denver WR Shoulder Will Play
Jordy Nelson Green Bay WR Hamstring Unlikely to Play
Cecil Shorts Jacksonville WR Concussion Uncertain (Concussion Tests). 
Dwayne Bowe Kansas City WR Ribs Out
Davone Bess Miami WR Back Uncertain
Percy Harvin Minnesota WR Ankle Injured Reserve
Brandon Lloyd New England WR Knee Will Play
Wes Welker New England WR Ankle Will Play
Hakeem Nicks New York (G) WR Knee Likely to Play
Stephen Hill New York (J) WR Knee Out
Eddie Royal San Diego WR Hamstring Out
Sidney Rice Seattle WR Foot Likely to Play
Mario Manningham San Francisco WR Shoulder Likely to Play
Danny Amendola St. Louis WR Heel Game-time Decision
Rob Housler Arizona TE Knee Will Play
Ed Dickson Baltimore TE Knee Likely to Play
Scott Chandler Buffalo TE Groin Likely to Play
Greg Olsen Carolina TE Back Likely to Play
Brandon Pettigrew Detroit TE Ankle Unlikely to Play
Garrett Graham Houston TE Concussion Will Play
Dustin Keller New York (J) TE Ankle Unlikely to Play
Jared Cook Tennessee TE Shoulder Injured Reserve 

 

Michael Bush played two snaps last week against the Minnesota Vikings. He is not a fantasy option in Week 15 against the Green Bay Packes. 

Felix Jones has touched the ball just 15 times in the last three games. Recent injury issues coupled with the return of starter' DeMarco Murray indicates that you would be better off dropping him in lieu of any decent running back option. 

Dez Bryant is apparently putting off surgery on his finger until after the season and will play this week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

 

Vincent Frank

Vincent Frank

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