NFL Injury Report: Fred Taylor, Tony Romo Among Injured List’s Familiar Names


November 7, 2010

This week?s injured list features some familiar names.

Chargers kicker Nate Kaeding hasn?t stepped onto the field since Week 6 and is out with a groin injury. The Chargers will also do without tight end Antonio Gates, who tore his plantar fascia a week ago. Malcom Floyd and Legedu Naanee were also listed as inactive by the Chargers.

The Raiders will be without Chaz Schilens and Louis Murphy again in their matchup with the Chiefs.

The Cowboys will face another week without Tony Romo, whose broken clavicle is still on the mend.

The Saints won?t have Pierre Thomas yet either, as he progresses from crutches to a walking boot. Reggie Bush will be out until after the team's bye week.

Donald Driver is out for the Packers after having two unsuccessful games in Weeks 7 and 8.

The Seahawks will be without quarterback Matt Hasselback and Golden Tate, who have a head and an ankle injury, respectively.

The Patriots will have to rely on BenJarvis Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead, as Fred Taylor is out for another week.

Joseph Addai and Mike Hart did not travel to Philadelphia with the Colts.

Running back DeAngelo Williams has officially been ruled out by the Panthers.

Owen Daniels' hamstring is still bothering him, so Joel Dreessen and James Casey will probably see the ball a lot more.

The injured list will be updated as teams announce game-time decisions.

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