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Week 14 Fantasy Football Playoffs Injury Report: Rashad Jennings (Q)

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The Skinny: Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings suffered a concussion during their Thanksgiving day loss to the Dallas Cowboys 10 days ago. Jennings was able to return to practice on a limited basis from Wednesday to Friday, but did not receive full medical clearance to play on Sunday. Jennings traveled with the team to New York and will be monitored/evaluated over the weekend prior to kickoff to determine if he can play. Jennings is a game time decision.

The Injury: Ok, so there’s not much more I can say about concussions other than no two are ever the same and the guy has to be symptom-free for a minimum of 24 hours after return to moderate level physical activity in order to be cleared to play. Until that happens, we’re all just merely speculating. What I will say is that it’s concerning that he’s still listed as questionable after three days of practice and after having last played a game 10 days ago. I would have expected his clearance to happen by Friday with all that extra time, but there’s  just no way to predict what’s actually going to happen.

The Prognosis: Jennings will be a true game time decision, barring any new information coming out tonight for better or worse. Expect Jennings to be re-evaluated tonight and after warmups tomorrow and if he doesn’t have a return of symptoms, he SHOULD be cleared to play. Otherwise, with Darren McFadden already ruled out, expect Taiwan Jones and Marcel Reece to share backfield duties.

For more information or other injury-related questions, you can find me on Twitter at @z_dahdul or email me at ziad.dahdul@fflockerroom.com

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About Ziad Dahdul, PT, DPT, OCS, Twitter Handle: @z_dahdul (263 Articles)
Ziad graduated from the University of Southern California with a doctorate in Physical Therapy. An avid Fantasy Football enthusiast, he brings with him a desire to introduce sports medicine to the reader and help better explain what to expect on the injury side of things. Ziad became a Board Certified Orthopaedic specialist in 2014, a distinction held by <10% of physical therapists in the country. Follow Ziad on Twitter (z_dahdul) for breaking injury news and analysis
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