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Week 6 Injury Report: Johnson Getting Better; Adams to Start

October 15th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Anthony Adams

See the entire injury report of Nittany Lions in the NFL for Week 6 after the jump!



  • Kerry Collins, Colts (Concussion)


  • Navorro Bowman, 49ers (Neck)
  • Bryant Johnson, Texans (Hamstring)
  • Andrew Quarless, Packers (Knee)

Physically Unable to Perform (PUP List)

  • Deon Butler, Seahawks (Leg)

Injured Reserve

  • Rich Ohrnberger, Patriots
  • Lou Eliades, Raiders


  • For the first time in 3 weeks, Bryant Johnson is listed as probable. For the past 2 games he has been listed as questionable with a hamstring injury. Although he was active for both games, his role was limited due to the injury. With the upgrade to probable, he should be able to return to his full-time role, which will be key for the Texans as Andre Johnson is out once again with a hamstring injury. He was still limited in practice during the week.
  • Anthony Adams will be taking back what was once his, if only for a week. Adams lost his starting defensive tackle spot on the Bears to Matt Toeania last season, but Toeania will miss Chicago’s Week 6 game with a knee injury. Spice will get the starting nod and will hopefully be able to capitalize and retain the spot when Toeania returns.
  • And finally, don’t be too alarmed about Navorro Bowman‘s presence on this week’s injury report. He participated in practice fully this week and will be good to go on Sunday.
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