Already without their quarterback, the New York Jets might also be without a top target this weekend.
Wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, Jets coach Robert Saleh told reporters Friday. The wideout is officially listed as doubtful.
Davis played in New York's blowout loss to New England in Week 7, catching four passes for 47 yards and a touchdown, but suffered the hip flexor injury in practice Thursday.
Davis' injury will keep him from helping backup quarterback Mike White navigate the treacherous waters of facing a hungry Bengals defense that sacked Lamar Jackson five times last week. White will be making the start in place of rookie Zach Wilson, who suffered a knee injury in the loss to New England.
The Jets will hope that fellow receiver Denzel Mims will be able to step up to the challenge of replacing Davis, who has caught 24 passes for 349 yards and four touchdowns in his first season in New York.
The Jets have been stung rather harshly by the injury bug in practice this season, losing rookie receiver Elijah Moore for some time due to a quadriceps injury suffered in August joint practices with the Eagles, and prized edge rusher Carl Lawson to a ruptured Achilles suffered in joint practices with the Packers. Davis becomes the latest to suffer an injury in practice, though it sounds as if it isn't as serious as those before him.
Meanwhile, running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) has been ruled out, and linebacker C.J. Mosley (hamstring), safety Ashtyn Davis (shoulder) and tight end Tyler Kroft (back) are among those questionable.
- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (calf) and left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) are officially questionable to play against Minnesota.
- Chicago Bears linebacker Khalil Mack (foot) is out for Sunday's game against the 49ers. Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks is questionable. The Bears activated pass rusher Robert Quinn and right tackle Elijah Wilkinson from the reserve/COVID-19 list. They placed offensive lineman Germain Ifedi on the reserve/COVID-19 list after he tested positive for the virus, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
- Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield (left shoulder) practiced fully Friday and has been cleared to start against Pittsburgh. Running back Nick Chubb (calf) also practiced fully and does not have an injury designation. Among the Browns questionable to play are Odell Beckham (shoulder), Jadeveon Clowney (ankle/groin/knee) and Takkarist McKinley (groin). Cornerback Denzel Ward (hamstring) and receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones (groin) are out. Center Nick Harris has been designated to return from IR.
- Houston Texans coach David Culley said rookie quarterback Davis Mills will start Sunday versus the Rams. Culley noted that Tyrod Taylor (hamstring), who returned to practice this week after being sidelined since Week 2, is not ready.
- Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring) is out for Sunday's game against the Colts. Running back Darrynton Evans (knee) was placed on injured reserve for a second time, ending his season.
- Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich said wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, cornerback Xavier Rhodes and offensive tackle Braden Smith are questionable for Sunday versus the Titans.
- Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler (hip) is questionable to play against the Patriots.
- Green Bay Packers rookie running back Kylin Hill suffered a torn ACL in Thursday night's win over the Cardinals, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The injury came as a result of a violent collision on a kick return in which Hill stumbled just before he was hit in the knee by Cardinals running back Jonathan Ward, who sustained a concussion on the play. Tight end Robert Tonyan tore his left ACL, per Tonyan's agent.
- Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey (illness) is questionable for Sunday against the Texans. Offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth (knee) and defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day (chest) are out. Receiver DeSean Jackson (rest) is also out; Jackson and the Rams mutually agreed to part ways and seek a trade earlier in the day.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown (ankle) will not play against the Saints, coach Bruce Arians said Friday.
- Philadelphia Eagles safety Anthony Harris is doubtful to play against the Lions. Wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside is questionable.
- Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron (hamstring) won't play against Cleveland, while edge rusher Melvin Ingram (groin) is doubtful.
- The Jacksonville Jaguars placed defensive tackle Jay Tufele (hand) on injured reserve. Cornerback Tyson Campbell and defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton have been ruled out for Sunday versus the Seahawks.
- New York Giants receiver Kadarius Toney (ankle) was limited in his return to practice Friday. Running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) and receiver Kenny Golladay (ankle) did not practice again.
- Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller (ankle) is questionable to play against Washington.
- Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox (hand) was ruled out again, while offensive linemen Spencer Brown (back) and Justin Zimmer (foot) are doubtful and questionable, respectively.
- Detroit Lions running backs D'Andre Swift (groin) and Jamaal Williams (thigh) and linebacker Trey Flowers (knee) are questionable to play against Philadelphia.
- Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Michael Pierce (elbow) is out against Dallas, while receive Dede Westbrook (ankle) is doubtful to play.
- The Arizona Cardinals activated defensive tackle Corey Peters from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
- Washington Football Team receivers Curtis Samuel (groin) and Dyami Brown (knee), and offensive lineman Samuel Cosmi (ankle) are out for Week 8.Guard Brandon Scherff (knee) and WR Cam Sims (hamstring) are questionable.
- San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Trent Williams (ankle, elbow) is questionable versus the Bears, defensive lineman Dee Ford (concussion) is doubtful and safety Jaquiski Tartt (knee) is out. Quarterback Trey Lance does not have a game designation.
- The Carolina Panthers placed defensive tackle Frank Herron on the practice squad injured list.
- The Houston Texans are signing former Steelers running back Jaylen Samuels to the practice squad, per Pelissero. They also promoted cornerback Cre'von LeBlanc to the 53-man roster.
- The Carolina Panthers signed receiver Willie Snead to the practice squad.
- The Jacksonville Jaguars signed offensive lineman KC McDermott to the active roster.
- The Arizona Cardinals released offensive lineman Zack Johnson.
- The Los Angeles Chargers re-signed kicker Tristan Vizcaino to the practice squad.
- The Kansas City Chiefs signed defensive back Josh Jackson to the practice squad.
- The Cleveland Browns elevated defensive back Herb Miller from their practice squad.
- The Atlanta Falcons signed kicker Elliott Fry to the practice squad.
- The Washington Football Team signed defensive tackle David Bada to its practice squad.
- The Atlanta Falcons released guard Ryan Neuzil.
- The Houston Texans officially received a 2024 seventh-round draft pick from the New Orleans Saints in exchange for running back Mark Ingram.