NFL injury report: NFC South remains healthy in Week 15

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

The NFC South did not suffer any major injuries in Week 15.

The NFC South avoided major injuries in Week 15, with only a couple players suffering some minor nicks over the weekend.

The Atlanta Falcons lost safety Chris Hope briefly to a head injury, but he returned to the team's shutout victory over the New York Giants. The Falcons are waiting on fellow safety William Moore to return from a hamstring injury, and he remains questionable for Week 16 against the Detroit Lions.

Carolina Panthers backup offensive guard Zack Williams tweaked a knee during warmups before the game against the San Diego Chargers, and he did not play. The Panthers have a slew of players questionable for Week 16 against the Oakland Raiders, including running back Jonathan Stewart (ankle), center Geoff Hangartner (foot), linebacker James Anderson (back) and defensive tackle Dwan Edwards (wrist).

In the divisional game between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Saints left tackle Jermon Bushrod left with cramps, but returned shortly thereafter. Offensive tackle Zach Strief (ankle), running back Chris Ivory (hamstring) and cornerback Corey White (knee) remain questionable for Week 16 against the Dallas Cowboys.

Nobody was injured for the Bucs, but cornerback LeQuan Lewis is questionable for Week 16 against the St. Louis Rams after injuring his knee back in Week 13.

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