Injury Report: Week 7
Greensboro & Orlando to Host Week 7 Matchups
ATLANTA – The National Arena League releases its injury report for week 7, with four NAL teams playing this weekend.
The Jacksonville Sharks (1-3) will travel to Greensboro, North Carolina to face off against the Carolina Cobras (1-3) at the Greensboro Coliseum. The last meeting between these two teams was the 2019 NAL Championship. The Sharks are coming off a 11-point loss against the Orlando Predators, while the Cobras are coming off a bye week that followed their 24-point loss against the Columbus Lions in week 5.
The Jersey Flight (2-3) will travel to Orlando, Florida to play the Orlando Predators (2-3) after defeating the Predators 58-40 in week 5. The Predators secured another win against the Sharks this time in week 6 sweeping their in-state rival 52-41 in Orlando. The Columbus Lions and the Albany Empire are both enjoying their bye week but return next week to compete in week 8. See full team injury reports below for week 7.
Orlando Predators (2-3)
The Orlando Predators have three players listed on their injury report for week 7, they also announced today the retirement of their star quarterback Bryan Hicks, the NAL Veteran will continue to work in football while healing from injuries as he moves forward towards a coaching career.
DB- Josh Jenkins, Groin (Probable)
DL- Josh Smith, Finger (Probable)
WR- Donovan Rasberry, Knee (Probable)
The Jersey Flight (2-3)
Returning from their bye week the Jersey Flight reported no injured players for week 7.
Jacksonville Sharks (1-3)
The Jacksonville Sharks have three players listed on their injury report for week 7.
DB- Kiante Northington (Out)
DB- Keiron Jones, Knee - (Questionable)
FB- Altevis Squirewell, Foot - (Questionable)
Carolina Cobras (1-3)
The Carolina Cobras return from their bye week with several players out and several listed as either questionable, probable, or doubtful for this week.
DL - Brandon Sutton, Hand - (Doubtful)
DB - Micheaux Robinson, - (Questionable)
DB - Justin Sullivan, Foot - (Questionable)
QB - Sam Castronova, Shoulder - (Questionable)
OL - Jordan Harris, Knee - (Probable)
OL - Joe Harris, Ankle/Knee - (Probable)
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