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- QB Lamar Jackson (knee) is considered "week to week" with his availability for Sunday "being less likely," coach John Harbaugh announced Monday.
- LB Patrick Queen suffered a bruised thigh in Sunday's win over the Broncos, per Harbaugh.
- LB Sione Takitaki suffered a torn ACL during Sunday's game and will miss the remainder of the season, per head coach Kevin Stefanski.
- WR Courtland Sutton (hamstring) is day to day with a hamstring injury, head coach Nathaniel Hackett said.
- LT David Bakhtiari's return from an emergency appendectomy last week "could be a while," according to coach Matt LaFleur.
- QB Trevor Lawrence is having an MRI on his left foot on Monday, per coach Doug Pederson. Lawrence was injured on the final play in the first half on Sunday but didn't miss a snap. Added Pederson: "I think things [are] trending in the right direction."
- RB Josh Jacobs (quad/calf) was limited for Monday's estimated injury report.
- RB Ameer Abdullah (hamstring) limited
- RB Brandon Bolden (calf) limited
- TE Jesper Horsted (concussion) DNP
- C Andre James (quadricep) limited
- DT Andrew Billings (fibula) DNP
- LB Jayon Brown (hand) DNP
- LB Curtis Bolton (ankle) limited
- CB Rock Ya-Sin (knee) DNP
- CB Tyler Hall (back) DNP
- S Isaiah Pola-Mao (ankle) limited
- DE Jonathan Bullard may not require surgery for his biceps injury, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. The hope is he's back on the field soon, Rapoport added.
- QB Mike White will be the starter this Sunday versus Buffalo, coach Robert Saleh announced Monday.
- WR Kenneth Walker III will have tests today on what coach Pete Carroll called a "jammed" ankle, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday. Rapoport adds that the injury is different from a sprain because the joint jammed down and not on one side or the other.
- LB Cole Holcomb underwent foot surgery and will miss the remainder of the season, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reports, per a source. Holcomb, who was placed on injured reserve last week, is expected to be fully recovered before he hits free agency in March, per Pelissero.