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GAME DAY ELEVATIONS
- QB Kyler Murray suffered a knee injury in the first quarter on Monday night and was carted off the field and ruled out.
- DL Zach Allen suffered a hand injury on Monday night and was ruled out during the second half.
- CB Marco Wilson suffered a stinger on Monday night and was ruled out during the second half.
- WR D.J. Moore will undergo an MRI after he was injured during Sunday's win over Seattle, per head coach Steve Wilks. It is a "possible ankle" injury, Wilks added.
- WR Tyler Boyd (dislocated finger) could miss a week or two, but should not have an extended absence, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported Monday, per sources. Head coach Zac Taylor said that Boyd is considered day to day.
- WR Tee Higgins (hamstring) is considered day to day, per Taylor. "We'll see where he's at on Wednesday," Taylor added.
- DE Trey Hendrickson is not ruled out for the team's matchup against the Buccaneers, per Taylor.
- WR T.Y. Hilton: The 10-year veteran has been signed to a one-year contract after visiting the team on Monday.
- OT Tyron Smith (hamstring) is progressing well enough that playing Week 15 against Jacksonville is very possible, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Smith has yet to play a game this season due to suffering an avulsion fracture to his knee in August.
- OT Terence Steele suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's win over the Texans and he will miss the remainder of the season.
- DT Johnathan Hankins has a sprained pectoral muscle, per head coach Mike McCarthy.
- QB Russell Wilson is in concussion protocol and is day to day, head coach Nathaniel Hackett said. When asked about Wilson's availability this week, Hackett said he's just concerned with his safety right now.
- RB Jeff Wilson Jr. suffered a hip injury during Sunday night's loss to the Chargers, but head coach Mike McDaniel said it looked more positive and a "crisis was averted.”
- WR Tyreek Hill will get treatment on Tuesday for the ankle injury he suffered Sunday night, but it is believed to be an injury he can work through, per McDaniel.
- QB Andy Dalton will start for the Saints in their Week 15 matchup against the Falcons, per head coach Dennis Allen.
- P Brett Kern is expected to sign with the team after a visit on Monday, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
- OT Lane Johnson, who suffered an abdominal injury on Sunday, did not suffer a major injury and is considered day to day, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources.
- S Reed Blankenship (knee) has a low-grade sprain, making it a short-term injury, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reports, per a source. Garafolo adds that time recovery timeline is to be determined but Blankenship won't go on injured reserve.
- P Arryn Siposs is out indefinitely with a lower-leg injury he suffered in Sunday’s win over the Giants, Pelissero reported, per sources.
- S Anthony Harris visited the team Monday, per Garafolo.
- QB Brock Purdy, who injured his oblique/ribs in Sunday's win over the Buccaneers, got an MRI on Monday and was listed as day to day on the team's injury report. Purdy was also limited in Monday's practice estimation.
- QB Jimmy Garoppolo (foot) DNP
- RB Christian McCaffrey (knee) limited
- WR Deebo Samuel suffered an MCL and ankle sprain on Sunday. He is expected to return sometime during the regular season.
- DT Kevin Givens (knee) DNP
- DT Arik Armstead (foot, ankle) limited
- S Tarvarius Moore (knee) DNP