2011 IDP Infirmary: Week 9

Written By: Eric Olinger

Carlos Dunlap- DE- Bengals- Questionable
Dunlap injured his hamstring in the second half against Tennessee after he recorded 2 sacks. Check his status Sunday morning because he’ll do everything possible to play in a very important game vs Pittsburgh.
Rey Maualuga- LB- Bengals- Probable
Coach Lewis is expecting Maualuga to return to practice on Wednesday and start on Sunday, barring setbacks.

Sean Lee- LB- Cowboys- Doubtful
The swelling in Lee’s dislocated wrist has yet to subside, making it impossible to fit him for a cast.

Nate Allen- Safety- Eagles- Questionable
Allen suffered a concussion so his availability will depend on him passing concussion tests this week.

LaMarr Woodley- LB- Steelers- Questionable
Originally expected to miss 2 weeks with a hamstring injury, Woodley has NOT been ruled out for this week’s game.

Gerald McCoy- DT- Buccaneers- IR
McCoy will finish his second consecutive year on Injured Reserve, this time with a torn biceps.

Chris Hope- SS- Titans- Doubtful
Hope has a chance to return to game action this week after breaking his arm. To what extent is unknown since Jordan Babineaux has played well in his absence. Hope may return to a back up role initially.

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Last Updated: November 11, 2011   
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