NFL Injury Report for Week 4

There are a ton of question marks on the injury front in the NFL for Week 4, but here’s everything you need to know for your favorite team and your fantasy football team:

Steven Jackson missed Week 3 and is unlikely to play against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday because of his hamstring injury, so steer clear of him for another week.

Ray Rice also missed Week 3, but is expected to play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, so he’s a safe play in Week 4.

C.J. Spiller left the Bills’ loss to the New York Jets in Week 3, but his quad injury isn’t serious and he should be fine for a Week 4 showdown against the Baltimore Ravens.

Reggie Bush didn’t play in Week 3, but the Detroit Lions are hopeful his knee won’t bother him enough to keep him off the field in Week 4. Check his status right up until game time to play it safe.

The Green Bay Packers have a ton of injuries and they’ll likely be without Jermichael Finley, Eddie Lacy, and James Starks in Week 4, although Clay Matthews is expected to play after leaving their loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 3.

Big shocker here as Andre Johnson is injured again, but the initial thought is he’ll try to play through a shin bruise. Fantasy owners should beware this oft-injured fantasy star.

Danny Amendola is unlikely to play this week, but there’s growing optimism in New England that Rob Gronkowski might make his 2013 debut. Don’t count on it, but definitely keep tabs on his status.

Terrelle Pryor couldn’t remember the Oakland Raiders‘ Monday night loss to the Denver Broncos because of a concussion, but says he’s playing in Week 4. Don’t count on it if he’s on your fantasy team.

Vernon Davis is still questionable, so be sure to keep tabs on his status right up until game time on Thursday night because he’ll be a fantasy headache if he can’t play.