NFL Week 14 injuries: Keenan Allen, D’Andre Swift out, Alvin Kamara to play, Tony Pollard questionable

Week 14 in the NFL got underway with the Steelers and Vikings going head to head on Thursday. A key piece to Minnesota’s win was the return of Dalvin Cook, who exploded for 222 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns after he missed a game due to a shoulder injury. While the Vikings were fortunate to have their star running back return earlier than expected from his injury, teams across the league will in all likelihood not be so lucky. 

As we await the rest of the Week 14 slate to kick off, teams are filing in their final injury reports of the week on Friday and revealing the game statuses for each of their players. Below, you’ll find every injury report leading into the weekend and analysis of what injuries could impact this upcoming week the most. 

All odds come courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook.

Cowboys (-4.5) at Washington

Pollard didn’t practice all week due to a foot injury, but the team is still holding out hope that he’ll be able to play in some capacity on Sunday as they’ve listed him as questionable. Receiver Noah Brown was the only other player listed on the Cowboys’ injury report, but he is heading to injured reserve. 

McKissic has a chance to play on Sunday as he continues to look for clearance after a concussion. He returned to practice on Thursday and was limited throughout the remainder of the week. Samuel was limited throughout the week as well, giving him a shot to play Sunday despite a groin injury. 

Jacksonville is extremely healthy heading into this matchup as Linder is the lone player listed on the final injury report. Myles Jack, Josh Allen and James Robinson were all full participants on Friday and carry no designation coming into the weekend. 

After being claimed earlier this week, Cunningham will have to wait a week to make his Titans debut. Meanwhile, there are no true surprises on this list for Tennessee as every other player that has been ruled out for…

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