Rob Gronkowski didn’t suit up against the Packers due to ongoing back and ankle issues. He should be considered questionable for the Patriots’ Week 10 matchup against the Titans.
It’s fair to question whether Gronk will be at top form even if he is able to play in Nashville. His average of 2.0 yards per route run is his lowest mark since entering the league in 2010, and his average of 15.4 yards per reception is a four-year low.
Another key skill position player with an uncertain status is A.J. Green. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Green is expected to miss “some games” with a toe injury. The stud receiver was spotted in a walking boot during the Bengals’ Week 9 bye.
Green’s absence would open up even more targets for Tyler Boyd with John Ross (groin) also banged up, but it’s fair to question the overall upside of a Bengals offense missing so many playmakers.
Some other key injury notes from around the league:
- Chris Carson played only 10 snaps this past week before he was pulled with a hip injury. Mike Davis will work as the Seahawks’ featured back if Carson is unable to suit up against the Rams.
- Allen Robinson (groin) and Khalil Mack (ankle) haven’t played in back-to-back matchups against the Jets and Bills, but their early-week practice participation will be worth monitoring before the Bears’ matchup against the Lions.
- The Bills’ backfield remains an injury-riddled mess. Chris Ivory (shoulder), Josh Allen (elbow) and Derek Anderson (concussion) are all battling injuries ahead of their matchup against the Jets.
We’ll be tracking injuries and suspensions for every starter and fantasy-relevant player below, with updates until kickoff.
Daily practice participation will be included to give a clear idea of how healthy a player truly is. Official injury designations will be added once they’re available, but the FantasyLabs Status will be updated throughout the week.
NFL Week 10 Fantasy Football Injuries
- DNP = Did Not Practice
- LP = Limited Practice
- FP = Full Practice
Fantasy Football Injury News
Pictured above: Rob Gronkowski
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