Leonard Fournette of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Week 6 of the NFL season is here and we have you covered with the latest injury updates. Be sure to check back throughout the day, as this post will be updated.


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NFL Week 6 Injury Updates:

4:00 pm Games

  • Leonard Fournette (ankle) was expected to play in a limited capacity, though he’ll sit out this contest vs. the Packers, as Jeff Darlington of ESPN.com tweets.  Ronald Jones will again take on lead-back duties in a game which has all the makings of a shootout through the air.

1:00 pm Games

  • Broncos QB Drew Lock is officially active for today’s game against the Patriots. This will be Lock’s first game since week 2 against the Steelers.
  • Jaguars WR DJ Chark is officially active for the Jaguars today, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Chark only participated in one practice this week and was limited.
  • Baker Mayfield, who was listed as questionable with a rib injury, will play. Earlier in the week, Mayfield said he expected to suit up.
  • Kyle Allen, who left last week’s game with an injury, will suit up and start for the Washington Football Team. Dwayne Haskins (non-COVID related illness) is back with the team and is expected to be the third-string QB.

Players Ruled Out Prior to Sunday morning:

The Eagles will also be without RT Lane Johnson, who is nursing an ankle injury, and RG Matt Pryor, who has been placed on the COVID-19/IR list.

Will Sharp contributed to this post