NFL Physically-Unable-To-Perform (PUP) List

The following is the list of players on the 2017 NFL Physically-Unable-to-Perform (PUP) list. Players placed on the PUP list may not practice or play for the first six weeks of the season. After the sixth week of the season, the team must do one of the following within the next six weeks:

1. Allow the player to return to practice
2. Place the player on Injured Reserve
3. Release the player

If the player returns to practice, the team has 3 weeks to decide whether to place him on the active roster or place him on the injured reserve list.

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Player Team Position Date Injury
Vince BiegelGBLB09/02/2017Foot
Teddy BridgewaterMinQB09/02/2017Knee
Taylor DeckerDetOT09/02/2017Shoulder
Lance DunbarLARB09/02/2017Knee
Clayton GeathersIndDB09/02/2017Neck
Demetri GoodsonGBDB09/02/2017Knee
Tamba HaliKCDE09/02/2017Undisclosed
DeAngelo HallWasDB09/02/2017Knee
Derek NewtonHouOT05/12/2017Knee
Dadi NicolasKCLB09/02/2017Knee
Rashawn ScottMiaWR09/02/2017Foot
DeShawn SheadSeaDB09/02/2017Knee
Howard WilsonCleDB09/01/2017Knee