Injury Update: Concern growing over Robby Anderson's ankle?

It was mostly good news today in terms of today's injury update as Morris Claiborne, Kelvin Beachum and Darron Lee all returned to practice having not practiced yesterday.

However, Spencer Long and Robby Anderson missed practice again with Todd Bowles noting that Anderson's ankle injury was something that got worse after the game and that it is somewhere between and high ankle sprain and a low one. Jonotthan Harrison and Dakota Dozier are candidates to start in place of Long.

Trumaine Johnson also missed practice again, although he was in pads for the first time in a while for the warm-up, so he's obviously getting closer. Quincy Enunwa, who has already been ruled out for Sunday, did not practice.

Beachum and Claiborne were limited in practice, as were Buster Skrine, Marcus Maye and Kevin Pierre-Louis, each of whom were also limited yesterday. Bowles has not ruled Maye out for Sunday yet, despite initial reports suggesting he'd miss 3-4 weeks.

In other injury news, after his neck injury was previously said to be career-threatening, Bilal Powell is now expected to make a full recovery and should be able to play again next season. He is out of contract at the end of the year though.