Sunday December 27th, 2015

The Patriots, plagued by injuries all season, saw yet another key player go down on Sunday.

Offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer was carted off in the first quarter against the New York Jets with a leg injury and quickly ruled out for the game. New England is already without starting wideouts Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola, along with running backs Dion Lewis and LaGarrette Blount.

Here are some other injuries we’re tracking in Week 16:

Matt Hasselbeck | QB, Colts

Shoulder, out for game

He was replaced by Charlie Whitehurst in the second quarter against the Dolphins.

Chris Ivory | RB, Jets

Knee, returned

Ivory left early on and was replaced by Stevan Ridley for a few drives, before returning in the second half.

BJ Raji | DT, Packers

Concussion, out for game

Raji clashed heads with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and went to the locker, where he was diagnosed with a concussion. 

Bryan Bulaga | RT, Packers

Ankle, questionable to return

The Packers were already without left tackle David Bakhtiari and Aaron Rodgers was sacked six times on Green Bay’s first eight offensive series.

Tyler Lockett | WR, Seahawks

Concussion protocol, returned

The rookie receiver also returns kicks and punts for Seattle and has eight total touchdowns this season.

Jared Odrick | DE, Jaguars

Knee injury, out for game

Odrick left Sunday’s game with a knee injury and was initially questionable to return before being downgraded to out.

Eric Weems | WR, Falcons

Head, out for game

He was taken to the locker room and went through concussion protocol.

Taylor Lewan | OT, Titans

Head, out for game

He went to the locker room to be evaluated for a possible concussion, and later ruled out for the game.

Marcell Dareus | DT, Bills

Neck, did not return

He was originally probable to return after heading to the locker room, but was later downgraded to questionable. Head coach Rex Ryan said after the game that the injury caused Dareus to lose feeling in his fingers.

Craig Dahl | S, Giants

Concussion, out for game

Dahl was concussed during the first half, leaving the Giants with just two healthy safeties—rookie Landon Collins and veteran Brandon Meriweather.

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