NFC South injury report: Jonathan Stewart questionable for Week 17

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Jonathan Stewart is one of several questionable players for the Carolina Panthers heading into their season finale against the New Orleans Saints. If he does play, his team will likely be missing several starting offensive linemen.

With a pair of meaningless games on deck, injured players from the NFC South like Jonathan Stewart likely won't be rushing back into their team's season finales.

Stewart has been out since Week 12 with a high ankle sprain, and is currently listed as questionable to return for the Carolina Panthers' season finale against the New Orleans Saints. The team's offensive line is also dinged up, with starting guard Amini Silatolu breaking his wrist Sunday last week and unlikely to play, while center Geoff Hangartner is unsure to return after two weeks out with a foot injury.

For the Saints, fulback Jed Collins is questionable after missing last week with a toe injury, and backup running back Chris Ivory is questionable with a hamstring injury. Cornerback Jabari Greer suffered a concussion lat week, and his status is unknown.

A pair of secondary players for the Atlanta Falcons are questionable as they head into their last regular season game before the playoffs, as safety William Moore and cornerback Chris Owens have hamstring injuries. Owens was hurt on Sunday, while Moore has been inactive for the past three games. Defensive end Cliff Matthews is also questionable.

Cornerback LeQuan Adams is questionable for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a knee injury after missing their last three games.

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