JuJu Smith-Schuster could play on a limited basis in Week 12.
For those who might be new to this blog: Injury reports provide some insight to a player’s status. The NFL requires teams to submit practice injury reports several times a week, identifying the body part that is involved in the injury. This year, there has been a change in the language of injury reporting, per the league office. The most notable change is the removal of the probable designation. For more Nicklas Backstrom Jersey detailed information on the changes and what they mean, click here.
Early in the week, the practice injury reports indicate whether a player did not practice, was limited in practice or was a full participant in practice. On Fridays, all teams file a game-status injury report assigning one of the following designations: questionable, doubtful or out. The designations listed here reflect the injury reports filed with the league office on Friday evening. Teams playing on Monday night do not have to issue their designations until Saturday. The explanation for each designation is as follows.
Brissett went into the concussion tent on the sideline after he took a shot to the back of the head from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Stephon Tuitt on a third-down scramble with less than two minutes left in the third quarter of the game on Nov. 12.
Brissett didn’t miss a snap because he was cleared to return to the game.
The Colts (3-7) were criticized for how they handled Brissett’s situation because it was not determined until after the game that he had suffered a concussion.
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Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL’s chief medical officer, said on a conference call last week that the Colts followed all of the protocols because Brissett passed three separate concussion tests — two during the game and one immediately afterward.
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