NFL Week 11 Injury Report: Drew Brees, Teddy Bridgewater out, Calvin Ridley, Damien Harris in
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Who's in, who's out for Week 11?
Kenny Golladay WR DET Detroit • #19

Age: 27 • Experience: 4 yrs. Injury Hip The Lions' Kenny Golladay (hip) is out for Sunday's game against the Panthers after missing the last two practices of the week. Golladay's third consecutive absence is exacerbated by that of fellow wideout Danny Amendola, who will also miss the Week 11 contest with a hip injury. Golladay's absence will once again push Marvin Jones, who produced an impressive 8-96-1 line in Week 10 while serving as the No. 1 receiver, into the top wideout role once again, with Marvin Hall, Quintez Cephus, Jamal Agnew and practice-squad callup Mohamed Sanu behind him as complementary options.

Calvin Ridley WR ATL Atlanta • #18

Age: 25 • Experience: 3 yrs. Injury Foot The Falcons' Calvin Ridley (foot) is off the injury report for Sunday's Week 11 showdown versus the Saints after practicing in limited fashion all week. Ridley exited the Week 8 win over the Panthers with the injury and then sat out Atlanta's Week 9 win over the Broncos, and his return will bump the likes of Olamide Zaccheaus and Russell Gage back down a notch each on the wideout depth chart.

Allen Lazard WR GB Green Bay • #13

Age: 24 • Experience: 2 yrs. Injury Abdomen The Packers' Allen Lazard (abdomen) is questionable for Sunday's interconference showdown versus the Colts after practicing in limited fashion all week. Lazard was activated from injured reserve Tuesday after missing the prior six games, and hasn't experienced any setbacks. As per early Sunday morning reports, he's expected to play but remain on a snap limit as he's eased back into action. If Lazard is indeed able to suit up, he'll presumably split No. 2 duties at minimum with Marquez Valdes-Scantling, who's recorded six receptions for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 10 targets over the last two games. Green Bay's air attack will have a tall task under any circumstance, however, as Indianapolis is allowing an AFC-low 198.7 passing yards per contest.

Sammy Watkins WR KC…
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