Injury report for the 2022 Salt Lake City Supercross

Dilan Schwartz – Shoulder, Arm | Outside

Comment: Schwartz will miss the SLC with a fracture to the top of his humerus earlier this season.

Richard Taylor – Arms | Outside

Comment: Taylor is targeting a comeback for the start of Lucas Oil Motocross.

Cole Thompson – Shoulder | Outside

Comment: Thompson came out for supercross with a torn left labrum.

Justin Cooper – Foot | Outside

Comment: Cooper is out for supercross with a broken foot.

Ryder Floyd – Foot | Outside

Comment: Broken metatarsals have Floyd for supercross.

Jace Kessler – Wrist | Outside

Comment: A broken wrist, sustained in Arlington, will keep Kessler out of action this weekend.

Preston Kilroy – femur, pelvis | Outside

Comment: Kilroy came out with a broken pelvis and femur.

Levi Kitchen – Leg, Knee | Outside

Comment: Kitchen was out with a fractured tibia and a broken kneecap, but he’s riding again and will be ready to race for Pro Motocross.

Jeremy Martin – Shoulder | Outside

Comment: Issues with Martin’s left labrum have him sitting on the sidelines for supercross.

Cameron McAdoo – Shoulder | Outside

Comment: McAdoo should be ready for Pro Motocross after suffering an AC split in St. Louis.

Phil Nicoletti – Arms | Outside

Comment: Nicoletti is slated for a later return to Pro Motocross after breaking his ulna in Atlanta.

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