Here’s several notable injury and roster news for NFL Week 13:
Myles Garrett’s two-week absence has been finished. He missed Weeks 11 and 12 due to coronavirus, but the Browns managed to win 2-0 without him. According to the Browns, they have activated Garrett from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Green Bay Packers signed Tavon Austin officially on Tuesday. That news was first reported by the NFL Network on Monday. Last season, Austin spent 14 games with the Cowboys.
Kyle Shanahan, coach of the San Francisco 49ers, is hoping that tight end George Kittle (foot) and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) can come back for the last few weeks of the regular season. They placed cornerbacks Ken Webster and Jamar Taylor on injured reserve as well as waived safety Chris Edwards.
Coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks said defensive end Carlos Dunlap has a sore foot. More info will be released after an MRI.
The Baltimore Ravens have activated Khalil Dorsey, Tavon Young, Trace McSorley, and Brandon Williams, from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins are eligible to be activated on Wednesday. However, it is not a given either will play, NFL Network reported. They have been isolated since testing positive for coronavirus on November 22.
The Indianapolis Colts have released Darius Jackson from the practice squad.
New Orleans Saints’ Marquez Callaway may miss a little time due to having suffered minor knee sprain against the Broncos.
The Philadelphia Eagles released safety Will Parks. He played in six games and started three for the Eagles this season.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Olamide Zaccheaus has been put on injured reserve after having exit the team’s win over the Las Vegas Raiders due to a toe injury. The Falcons activated Laquon Treadwell from the reserve/COVID-19 list, too.
The Detroit Lions have signed Kevin Strong for the defensive tackle position to the practice squad.