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NFL Injury Report:
The Green Bay Packers lost three starters during their Week 5 loss to the Indianapolis Colts
; running back Cedric Benson
, tight end
and defensive tackle B.J. Raji
. One of the three will be sidelined
Week 6, while the status of the other two remains up in the air.
The Packers have announced that Benson will miss this
weekend’s contest against the Houston Texans, reports Marc Sessler
Benson had his foot in a boot on Monday after sustaining an ankle injury
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Finley will suit up and “has
a chance” to play against the Texans. The tight end suffered a shoulder injury
Despite having to be carted off the field with an ankle
injury, McCarthy said Raji also might be able to play Sunday.
BEST OF MAXIM
Just when the Green Bay Packers looked like they were finally getting a solid running game going, the injury bug struck.Early reports indicate that the Packers newest running back, Cedric Benson, will be out six to eight weeks and possibly even longer. If you look at this situation from an optimist point of view, Benson will be back for week 12 against the Giants. But the reality...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers running back Cedric Benson has been placed on injured reserve after suffering a Lisfranc injury to his left foot Sunday. But unlike previous NFL seasons, Benson will have a chance to get back on the field later this year due to a new league rule that allows each team to designate one player for a possible return.
With Benson being given that designation...
When B.J. Raji went down with an ankle injury during the Green Bay Packers’ shocking loss to the Indianapolis Colts, many people feared the worst. The injury looked bad when he was blocked, and many feared it could end his season. Yet as of now, Green Bay does not feel as if Raji suffered any structural damage to his ankle.
Raji suffered the injury during the second quarter of...
Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson left Sunday’s game after a leg injury. Benson had his leg rolled up at the end of a three yard catch early in the second quarter.
Benson was able to leave the field but was carted to the locker room. Alex Green replaced him.
Benson had totaled 41 yards prior to the injury.
Benson had 228 yards gained at 3.6 yards per carry entering this game.
Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, but a "designated to return" tag was added, which means he might be back this season. Benson sprained his left foot in Sunday's loss to the Indianapolis Colts, and by being placed on injured reserve, he must sit out eight games. He's eligible to return in Week 14 against...
On Sunday evening, Cedric Benson said he wasn't concerned about a foot injury that knocked him out of the game at Indianapolis. On Monday evening, ESPN reported that Benson would be out at least eight weeks with a Lisfranc injury.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Green Bay Packers have ruled out running back Cedric Benson from playing in Sunday’s game against the Texans.Benson suffered a foot injury during yesterday’s loss to the Colts.
With Cedric Benson out for at least 8 weeks, Alex Green should have some nice fantasy value going forwardChristian Ponder MIN QBThe young Vikings QB has been very impressive this season. Sure, he still comes off as a game manager, but that perception is starting to change. In standard leagues, he has scored 18 points or more in 3 of the last 5 games and he is on pace to nearly...
Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson was carted off the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with a foot injury. The team announced his return was questionable. With No. 2 running back James Starks in active, the Packers were left with fullback John Kuhn and Alex Green as tailback options without Benson.
There were plenty of big story lines this week. SportsCenter will play all of them on repeat for the next 72 hours. But if you want to get the scoop and avoid seeing the “Discount Double Check” commercial 63 times (and not the good one with B.J. Raji), allow us to break down the highlights and low-lights of week 5, in a way that only the Chicks can. Let’s Hit it and Quit...