Week 2 NFL injuries: Aaron Rodgers practices Saturday, Josh Gordon ruled out, Seahawks defense in trouble – CBSSports.com

Three starting quarterbacks are in danger of missing Sunday’s Week 2 action after being listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report.

Packers star Aaron Rodgers didn’t practice at all during week after leading his team to a comeback win over the Bears on Sunday night on a sprained knee. However, he did return to practice on Saturday, NFL.com reports, and the team isn’t ruling out he’ll suit up for Week 2, listing their starter as questionable for the game. The Packers are already carrying two backups behind Rodgers in DeShone Kizer and Tim Boyle, so we won’t necessarily be tipped to Rodgers’ status based on what the Packers do in terms of roster moves on Saturday.

Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger was able to practice in full on Friday following two missed practiced due to an elbow injury. Indications are that he’ll be out there for what could be a shootout with the Chiefs. Joshua Dobbs would get the call if Roethlisberger can’t go.

Titans starter Marcus Mariota practiced in full on Wednesday, but he was limited on both Thursday and Friday, putting his status in doubt. Coach Mike Vrabel told the media on Friday that he expects both Mariota and backup Blaine Gabbert to play in the team’s matchup with the Texans.

The Browns ruled three players out on Saturday, including receiver Josh Gordon. The receiver, who drew an accidental start in Week 1, caught a touchdown in his team’s tie against the Steelers in the opener. But he’s dealing with a hamstring injury that will sideline him for the Browns’ road game against the Saints.

The Seahawks will be missing key linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright in their Monday night matchup with the Bears, and could be missing three more members of the

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