NFL Week 9 features an international match between the Dolphins and the Chiefs. Also, there are several exciting games this week. Thus, we present the NFL Week 9 injury report that showed injuries that could have a significant impact on the games.
Here are some of the initial injury reports from Wednesday and Thursday. Ensure that you read the report before you engage in football betting.
NFL Week 9 Injury Report
Miami kept Robert Hunt (hamstring) and Brandon Jones (concussion) out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Raheem Mostert (ankle) and Durham Smythe (ankle) missed Monday’s session. However, they participated in a shortened Thursday session. In addition, Miami listed Smythe, Mostert, tackle Terron Armstead, wide receiver Braxton Berrios, cornerback Justin Bethel, wide receiver River Cracraft, cornerback Xavien Howard, cornerback Nik Needham, cornerback Jalen Ramsey, and center Connor Williams as limited on Thursday.
At the start of the week, the Chiefs’ injury report showed linebacker Willie Gay (lower back) and running back Jerick McKinnon (groin) as being out from practice. However, both players returned to limited participation on Thursday. After being restricted on Wednesday due to a hand injury, punter Tommy Townsend participated in full practices on Thursday.
Arizona at Cleveland
Quarterback Deshaun Watson (right shoulder) participated in limited practices with the Browns on Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday, the following players were limited: linebacker Sione Takitaki (hamstring), linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. (shoulder), cornerback Mike Ford Jr. (glute), running back Jerome Ford (ankle), and cornerback Mike Ford Jr. Only Walker was able to go from restricted Wednesday practice to full participation on Thursday.
After being labeled a full participant on Wednesday with a knee ailment, Kyler Murray did not have a status noted on the Cardinals’ injury report on Thursday. Arizona must activate him from the reserve/PUP list or promote quarterback Jeff Driskel from the practice squad to have a backup to Clayton Tune on Sunday.
You can earn more from football betting when you study the injury report every week. That way, you will know the strengths and weaknesses of teams’ lineups. Also, it can help you during NFL ladder betting.