Super Wild Card Weekend is upon us, and the bulk of the playoff bracket is in the midst of their on-field preparations for matchups this weekend. While each of these games will get dissected inside and out as we continue to roll through the week and inch closer to kickoff, injuries will certainly be a piece of that conversion, which brings us to our piece here. 

Below, you’ll find the midweek reports for the games on the schedule this weekend. You’ll see who was able to get on the field, and who may still be battling an injury as they step into the postseason. 

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Similar to Tuesday, the Raiders conducted a walkthrough session Wednesday, so participation in their report is an estimation. With that in mind, defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins (back, knee) was listed as a nonparticipant, while cornerback Casey Hayward (ankle), running back Josh Jacobs (ribs), and tight end Darren Waller (knee) were all limited. 

Bengals receiver Tee Higgins has popped up on the injury report with a foot injury that limited him in practice, while defensive tackle Josh Tupou (knee) missed Wednesday’s session. He was the only player held out as the team welcomed back corner Ricardo Allen (concussion) and receiver Stanley Morgan (hamstring) on a limited basis after missing Tuesday. Cornerback Jalen Davis (ankle) was also limited. 

After not practicing Tuesday, the Patriots listed 13 players on their injury report Wednesday. Linebacker Jamie Collins (ankle) and left tackle Isaiah Wynn (hip, ankle) were the two nonparticipants, while 11 others were limited. Defensive lineman Christian Barmore, who suffered a knee injury late in last week’s loss to Miami, was among those limited, which is a promising sign that the injury was not too serious. Safety Kyle Dugger (hand), linebacker Dont’a Hightower (knee), running back Damien Harris (hamstring), and wide receiver…



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