Week 2 Injury Updates: Latest on Who’s In, Who’s Out

FanNation Contributors

FanNation Contributors

While the NFL world waits to see if Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert was just a little banged up in the Thursday night loss to Kansas City or if he could miss any playing time, 30 teams will be in action Sunday and Monday of Week 2, and all eyes are on the injury report. While there are only a few high-profile players on the report, every team has something to deal with. Our FanNation publishers are here to provide the latest intel. 

Here’s a closer look at who’s in and who’s out for Week 2.


After officially practicing for the first time this season, Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt (calf) told reporters he was “hopeful” to play against the Raiders. In my opinion after seeing him up close and personal, he looks ready. A source also indicated to me that Trayvon Mullen anticipates making his Cardinals debut against his former team in Las Vegas. — Donnie Druin

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Reserve offensive lineman Chris Hubbard is out against the Jets and their would-be starter at right tackle Jack Conklin is questionable. The Cleveland Browns might be content to let Conklin sit another week in no small part because of how well second-year tackle James Hudson III played against the Carolina Panthers. … Rookie defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey will be held out of the game for disciplinary reasons. — Pete Smith


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