Week 9 Fantasy Football Injury Report
The ninth week of the fantasy football season has six teams on a bye, which means there will plenty of bye week replacements getting the start. There are also countless injuries around the league and many owners will be looking for the most accurate injury updates. So before setting your final lineup this Sunday, make sure to check out my full Week 9 fantasy football injury report.
Guys Who Will Play:
RB Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons – Jackson (hamstring) will be active for today’s game.
RB Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills – Jackson (knee) will be on the field this Sunday.
RB C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills – Spiller will play today despite missing time in practice with an ankle injury in recent weeks.
RB DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys – Murray will play today after missing two games with a knee injury.
RB Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers – Stewart (ankle) will make his season-debut today.
RB Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams – Stacy will play today despite his nagging ankle injury.
WR Danny Amendola, New England Patriots – Amendola seems to be over his groin/ concussion issues and will be on the field this Sunday.
WR Eddie Royal, San Diego Chargers – Royal will play today despite a toe injury.
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, Indianapolis Colts – DHB (hamstring) will play in the late game tonight.
TE Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints – Graham will play today with his nagging foot injury.
TE Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots – Gronk (back/hamstring/forearm) is once again active for fantasy owners.
Guys Who Will Not Play:
QB Thad Lewis, Buffalo Bills – Lewis will be out today with a rib injury.
WR Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons – White is once again inactive with a hamstring injury.
WR Percy Harvin, Seattle Seahawks – Harvin (hip) will not play in Week 9.
WR Marques Coltson, New Orleans Saints – Colston (knee) is inactive for today’s game.
RB Arian Foster, Houston Texans – Foster is officially a game-time decision on Sunday night with a hamstring injury.
WR James Jones, Green Bay Packers – Jones (knee) is still listed as a game-time decision for Monday night, but he is likely to play.