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Latest news on Jonathan Taylor, Cordarrelle Patterson, D'Andre Swift, more RBs affecting Week 9 start 'em, sit 'em decisions

A handful of ailing running backs, including Jonathan Taylor, Cordarrelle Patterson, D'Andre Swift, James Conner, Gus Edwards, and Chuba Hubbard, are trending toward carrying "questionable" tags ahead of Week 9. Taylor (ankle) has been declared OUT for the Colts' Week 9 game against the Patriots, Patterson (knee) was designated to return to practice off injured reserve on Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Atlanta has 21 days to activate him to their 53-man roster, which could happen any day now. So far, that hasn't happened. Swift (ankle, shoulder) was a limited participant in the Lions' Thursday practice, and remains questionable ahead of Detroit's Week 9 matchup against the Packers. Kliff Kingsbury called Conner (ribs) a "game-time decision" for Arizona's Week 9 tilt with the Seahawks, according to Tyler Drake of Arizona Sports. Conner practiced in a limited fashion on Wednesday, according to the team's official injury report. He has missed the past three weeks despite participating in practice. Edwards (hamstring) once again did not practice on Friday, according to Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley. He missed Thursday's practice, as well. Hubbard (ankle) has been declared OUT for Carolina's Week 9 game against the Bengals, according to AP Panthers writer Steve Reed on Friday. that He had previously been a limited participant in the Panthers' Wednesday practice after missing Week 8, but beat writer David Newton said the young running back is still in the "rehab" stage.

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