NFL injury report, Week 11: Haloti Ngata, Jason Peters questionable for Sunday

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Highlighting the biggest injuries of Week 11.

The New York Giants have won three straight games, but could be without Jason Pierre-Paul on Sunday when attempting to make it four in a row against the Green Bay Packers.

Pierre-Paul has been dealing with various injuries this season, but most recently a shoulder injury has been slowing him down. He has not practiced this week and remains questionable.

Here are some other injuries worth noting and a link to the full NFL injury report for Week 11.

LaMarr Woodley doubtful for Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers are another disappointing team this season, and injury issues may give them trouble against the Detroit Lions in Week 11. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley is doubtful for the game on Sunday with a calf injury. He hasn't participated in practice and appears to be a long shot to play.

Jason Peters questionable

The Eagles' offense has been clicking in recent weeks with Nick Foles under center, but Foles might be without his starting left tackle on Sunday. Jason Peters is dealing with a quad injury. He has not been participating in practice this week and is listed as questionable on the team's injury report.

Haloti Ngata, Lardarius Webb questionable

The defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens are a game away from getting back to the .500 mark, but may have to get there with a banged up defense. Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata and cornerback Lardarius Webb, two of the stars of Baltimore's defense, are both listed as questionable for this week's game against the Chicago Bears. Ngata is dealing with a knee injury, Webb is dealing with a groin injury and neither has participated in practice.

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