Monday Injury Rounds: Week 16

Making rounds on this week's injuries with followup on long term injury concerns

NOTE: This column is a living document. I'll be updating as needed after team press conferences, imaging reports, Monday Night Football injuries, etc. Major changes to the content will be noted in red. I'll also be retweeting any key pieces of news and my own reaction and analysis, so make sure you're following @JeneBramel and checking my timeline on Twitter throughout the week.

Scroll to the bottom of this article for a quick look table of the week's most pressing injury situations and a review of the skill position players on injured reserve / PUP / NFI.


INJURY ROUNDS

Lamar Miller | Ankle sprain | Day-to-Day

Miller suffered yet another late fourth quarter ankle injury. Despite Miller's insistence he'd be available this week, the mechanism on this one is more worrisome than the others. Although Miller's foot was in the air rather than planted, the tackle forced his ankle to rotate in a way consistent with a high ankle sprain. It wasn't a particularly violent mechanism but it's possible Miller misses practice midweek and is considered a game-time decision for the Texans' game on Saturday night.

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