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Added December 23rd, 2009 by Ryan

NFL Injuries Week 16: Brady Quinn Done of the Season
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NFL Injuries Week 16

Atlanta Falcons: Michael Turner (ankle)

Last week against the New York Jets it took only one play from scrimmage for Michael Turner (questionable) to re-tweak his injured ankle and finish the game on the sidelines.

The Falcons may be out of playoff contention, but they will be trying to finish the year with another winning season. This week Atlanta will go up against the lowly Buffalo Bills and Turner has said he will try and play, but he has missed practices this week and it might be a smart move to just sit out to avoid further injury.

Baltimore Ravens: Ed Reed (hip, foot)

The superstar safety Ed Reed (questionable) has been suffering from both a hip and foot injury as of late, but head coach Jon Harbaugh is optimistic that Reed will take the field in an extremely important game against the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.

Buffalo Bills: Trent Edwards (ankle)

The Bills are done for the season and it looks like quarterback Trent Edwards (out) is as well as he nurses an ankle injury and will miss this weekend’s matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.

Cleveland Browns: Brady Quinn (foot)

As if it even matters at this point for the Cleveland Browns, but arguably the worst team in the NFL will be without their starting quarterback in Brady Quinn (out) who will be shutdown for the season and may have played his last game as a Cleveland Brown.

Denver Broncos: Correll Buckhalter (ankle)

Rookie Knowshon Moreno may be the feature back in the Broncos offense, but Correll Buckhalter (questionable) helps take the load off the rookie’s shoulder by splitting the carries. This week the Broncos are in desperate need of a win to stay in contention for the AFC Wildcard, but they might be without Buckhalter against the Philadelphia Eagles.

New Orleans Saints: Reggie Bush (hamstring), Darren Sharper (knee), Lance Moore (ankle) and Jeremy Shockey (toe)

The Saints perfect season is over after the loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Saturday night, but they may have lost more than just the game last week as some of their key offensive players and their best defensive player are questionable this week against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Reggie Bush, Darren Sharper, Lance Moore and Jeremy Shockey are all questionable this week.

New York Jets: Braylon Edwards (knee)

The New York Jets are still in the playoff picture, slighty, but this week they could be without their best wide receiver against the Indianapolis Colts in Braylon Edwards (questionable). Edwards has missed practices this week, but with this game against the Colts being as important as it is for their playoffs hopes, I am betting that Edwards will be playing.

Oakland Raiders: Justin Fargas (knee), Zach Miller (concussion), Charlie Frye (concussion), Bruce Gradkowski (knee)

Last week the Oakland Raiders pulled off a thrilling victory over the Denver Broncos despite playing three different quarterbacks throughout the game due to injuries. The injuries to quarterback Charlie Frye (probable), tight end Zach Miller (questionable), running back Justin Fargas (questionable) and surprising good quarterback Bruce Gradkowski (questionable) haven’t been season ending just yet, but Frye if the only one out of these four that will most likely start this week against the Cleveland Browns.

Philadelphia Eagles: Michael Vick (quad), Brian Westbrook (concussion)

This week the Eagles will have their work cut out for them once again going up against the desperate Denver Broncos, but it is looking like they will have arguably their best offensive player back in Brian Westbrook (questionable) who has been recovering from what appeared to be a career ending series of concussions. Michael Vick (questionable) on the other hand might sit out do to a quad injury.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Willie Parker (knee), Hines Ward (hamstring), Troy Polamalu (knee)

This week the Steelers will face off against the Baltimore Ravens in perhaps the most important game of the season, but they will have three injuries to some of their best players on both sides of the football that might effect the outcome. Both Willie Parker (questionable) and Troy Polamalu (questionable) are suffering from a knee injuries and Hine Ward(questionable) is nursing a hamstring injury.

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