The following is a list of injured players for Week 7 (Oct. 21-22) and the fantasy implications of all the major injuries:
Fantasy take: Boldin has returned to full practice, so look for him to start this week in Washington. Bryant Johnson will move back to third on the depth chart. Warner did some limited work on Friday, and it appears there's a chance he could start in Week 7.
Fantasy take: Martrez Milner and Dwayne Blakley could see more work with Crumpler's status in doubt. Harrington has been benched in favor of Byron Leftwich, who will start in New Orleans.
Out: DT Trevor Pryce (wrist); Doubtful: TE Todd Heap (thigh), CB Chris McAlister (knee), TE Daniel Wilcox (foot); Questionable: C Mike Flynn (knee), LB Ray Lewis (knee), QB Steve McNair (back), T Jonathan Ogden (toe), T Adam Terry (ankle); Probable: WR Derrick Mason (knee), RB Willis McGahee (knee), LB Gary Stills (knee), WR Demetrius Williams (knee).
Fantasy take: Heap is not expected to play in Buffalo, so fantasy owners need to look to other alternatives. Quinn Sypniewski will start in his absence. Kyle Boller will start with McNair at less than 100 percent. Mason and McGahee returned to full work late in the week and will start. Lewis will be a gametime decision, but McAlister is out several weeks.
Fantasy take: Losman returned to full work this week, but Trent Edwards will start vs. Baltimore. Roscoe Parrish and Josh Reed will see more work with Price out for the season.
Doubtful: CB Nathan Vasher (groin); Questionable: DT Tommie Harris (hamstring), DT Darwin Walker (knee).
Out: LB Ahmad Brooks (groin), WR Antonio Chatman (hamstring), LB Caleb Miller (back); Doubtful: RB Rudi Johnson (hamstring), LB Corey Mays (hamstring); Questionable: T Willie Anderson (knee); Probable: WR Chad Johnson (ankle), S Dexter Jackson (knee), TE Reggie Kelly (ankle), CB Deltha O'Neal (back), DE Jonathan Fanene (knee), LB Rashad Jeanty (shin), S Madieu Williams (back).
Fantasy take: Rudi Johnson missed practice on Friday, so be sure to keep tabs on his status throughout the weekend. It looks like Kenny Watson will start, so consider him a nice flex starter or No. 3 fantasy back. Chad Johnson practiced Friday and will be fine for Week 7. The Bengals are riddled with injuries on defense, which is good news for the Jets' offensive skill position players.
Out: WR Terry Glenn (knee), CB Anthony Henry (ankle); Doubtful: RB Oliver Hoyte (neck); Questionable: CB Courtney Brown (biceps); Probable: S Keith Davis.
Fantasy take: Walker will have surgery and is out several weeks. Brandon Stokley will start in his absence. Bailey was limited in Friday's practice, but he should start against Pittsburgh.
Questionable: TE Sean McHugh (hand), CB Keith Smith (ankle), CB Stanley Wilson (groin).
Questionable: LB Victor Worsley (foot), LB Gary Brackett (abdomen), WR Marvin Harrison (knee), WR Aaron Moorehead (team decision), S Bob Sanders (team decision).
Fantasy take: Joseph Addai (shoulder) practiced without issues all week and will start in Week 7. Harrison was held out of Friday's practice and could be a gametime decision in Jacksonville. The absence of Sanders would hurt the value of the Indianapolis defense.
Fantasy take: Jones-Drew and Taylor were both limited in Friday's practice but are listed as probable and should be active.
Fantasy take: Cleo Lemon will make his second consecutive start in the absence of Green. Martin and Thomas both put in limited work in Friday's practice.
New England Patriots
Out: LB Eric Alexander (knee), S Mel Mitchell (groin), RB Sammy Morris (chest), TE Benjamin Watson (ankle), DE Mike Wright (knee); Questionable: CB Randall Gay (thigh), RB Laurence Maroney (groin), S Mel Mitchell (groin), DE Mike Wright (knee); Probable: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder), G Steve Neal (shoulder), WR Donte' Stallworth (knee), LB Adalius Thomas (ankle), WR Kelley Washington (hamstring), TE Benjamin Watson (ankle).
Fantasy take: Maroney will start if active, otherwise Kevin Faulk and Heath Evans will see more carries. Kyle Brady will see more work with Watson out of action.
Fantasy take: Burress missed practice all week but should still start in Week 7. Smith returned to limited work this week, but he has little value for fantasy owners. Jacobs and Ward should both be active and share carries against San Francisco.
Fantasy take: Pennington and Coles are listed as questionable, but both are expected to start in Cincinnati.
Fantasy take: Daunte Culpepper is expected to start with McCown at less than 100 percent. Jordan practiced all week without issues and should be active in Week 7.
Doubtful: TE L.J. Smith (hernia), S Brian Dawkins (neck); Questionable: T Williams Thomas (knee); Probable: G Shawn Andrews (knee), WR Reggie Brown (finger), TE Brent Celek (ankle), G Todd Herremans (knee), T Jon Runyan (glute), CB Lito Sheppard (knee), DT Kimo Von Oelhoffen (knee).
Fantasy take: Smith continues to have issues with his problematic groin and is no better than a gametime decision for Week 7. Sheppard is expected to return to action, and that's a positive for the value of the Philadelphia defense.
Fantasy take: Davis is listed as probable and will start in Week 7. Reports indicate that Trent Dilfer, not Smith, will start at quarterback in New York.
Fantasy take: LenDale White would see an increase in value if Brown is out. Kerry Collins took most the first-team snaps this week and will start if Young is inactive.
Fantasy take: Moss practiced all week and will start vs. Arizona. The Skins have some injuries on defense, but it's still a viable fantasy unit in Week 7.