Published: Sep 27, 2020 at 01:40 PM
Injuries and news we’re monitoring around the league on this Week 3 Sunday:
- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said safety Jamal Adams suffered a groin strain in the second half against the Cowboys. He did not return. Running back Chris Carson did not return after suffering a “sprained knee to some extent” in the fourth quarter. Linebacker Jordyn Brooks also suffered a knee sprain. Guards Mike Iupati (knee) and Damien Lewis (ankle) also exited early. Carroll said X-rays for Lewis were negative.
- Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter and did not return against the Bengals. He’s expected to miss some time and will have an MRI to determine the full extent of his injury, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and cornerback Avonte Maddox were also ruled out with hamstring and ankle injuries, respectively.
- San Francisco 49ers tight end Jordan Reed (knee, ankle) exited in the second half against the Giants. Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley suffered a concussion in the first half and did not return.
- New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter against the 49ers and did not return.
- Los Angeles Rams safety Jordan Fuller exited early against the Bills with a shoulder injury.
- Washington Football Team defensive ends Chase Young (groin) and Matthew Ioannidis (arm) exited early against the Browns.
- Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan was carted into the locker room with a shoulder injury and did not return against the Vikings.
- Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Russell Gage will not return against the Bears after sustaining a head injury. Defensive tackle Grady Jarrett (hip) is questionable to return.
- Cleveland Browns linebacker Tae Davis (elbow), wide receiver JoJo Natson (knee) and cornerback Denzel Ward (groin) exited early against Washington.
- Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson did not return against the Texans after being evaluated for a possible concussion. Fullback Derek Watt exited early after suffering a hamstring injury.
- Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards (ankle) defensive tackle Daniel Ross (foot) and wide receiver Rico Gafford (hamstring) exited early against the Patriots.
- Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown (calf) and offensive tackle Dion Dawkins (shoulder) exited early against the Rams. .
- Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen (knee) exited early against the Falcons. Rapoport reported the team fears Cohen tore his ACL, which coach Matt Nagy confirmed. Cohen’s scheduled to have an MRI to confirm whether he suffered a season-ending injury.
- Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. exited early against the Jets with an ankle injury.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin suffered a hamstring injury in the third quarter and did not return against the Broncos. Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting exited early after suffering groin and hamstring injuries.
- New York Jets offensive tackle Mekhi Becton did not return against the Colts after suffering a shoulder injury. Linebacker Jordan Willis exited early with an ankle injury.
- Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (foot) offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga (back) and wide receiver Mike Williams (hamstring) all exited early against the Panthers.
- Carolina Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson (toe) exited early against the Chargers.
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