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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Week 2 injuries

Tests on Curtis Martin's sprained knee came back negative, but the Jets' star running back is questionable. Watch his practice status over the next few days.

Michael Vick strained his hamstring in Atlanta's loss at Seattle and left the game early. Head coach Jim Mora Jr. is hopeful Vick will play this week.

Baltimore quarterback Kyle Boller will not need surgery on his injured toe, but will be out at least another month.

Minnesota wide receiver Nate Burleson left Sunday's loss to Cincinnati in the third quarter with a knee injury. He's questionable to play Week 3 against New Orleans.

San Francisco tight end Eric Johnson (foot) is out of Sunday's game against Dallas.

Oakland wide receiver Ronald Curry is out for the year after reinjuring his Achilles tendon, the same injury that ended his season last year.

Byron Leftwich, who was injured in Jacksonville's loss at Indianapolis, is probable to play this week with a strained groin.

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