Stay up to date on injuries from Sunday’s Week 2 games, including Jay Cutler, Tevin Coleman, and others.
Two starting quarterbacks left Sunday’s games with injuries. The Bears lost Jay Cutler in the first half to a hamstring injury. More notably, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo broke his collarbone against the Eagles and is reportedly expected to miss about eight weeks.
Here are other notable injuries from Week 2.
• Eagles linebacker Kiko Alonso injured his left knee and will not return.
• Dolphins running back Lamar Miller injured his ankle in the fourth quarter.
• Packers running back Eddie Lacy was forced to leave Green Bay’s game against the Seahawks after twisting his ankle. Receiver Davante Adams also injured his ankle.
• Lions quarterback Matt Stafford will have an X-ray on his chest, according to the Detroit News.
• Bills safety Aaron Williams sustained a neck injury against the Patriots and left the field in an ambulance. He appeared to hit heads with Julian Edelmanas the Patriots wideout ran in for a score. He was released from the hospital later Sunday.
• Giants offensive lineman Ereck Flowers was knocked out of the team’s game against Atlanta with an ankle injury.
• Cardinals linebacker LaMarr Woodley injured his right shoulder and did not return.
• Rams wideout Tavon Austin was taken to the locker room and received fluids.
• Dolphins offensive lineman Branden Albert limped off the field with a hamstring injury and is questionable to return.
• Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks went down with an injury to his left hamstring. Philadelphia declared him out in the third quarter.
• Packers defensive end Josh Boyd sustained an ankle injury against the Seahawks.
• Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie sustained a concussion in the second half against the Falcons.
• Texans right tackle Jeff Adams went down with a injury to his right leg. He was carted off in the second quarter with an air cast on his leg.
• Titans offensive guard Chance Warmack strained a knee ligament against the Browns.
• 49ers tight end Vance McDonald left in the second quarter against the Steelers with a knee injury.
This post will be updated.
- Kenny Ducey