NFL Week 17 injury roundup: Steelers’ DeAngelo Williams hurt

Among the notable players injured in Week 17 are running backs DeAngelo Williams and Karlos Williams.
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In their quest for a playoff spot in the AFC, the Pittsburgh Steelers lost one of their most important offensive players.

DeAngelo Williams was carted off the field during the Sunday’s game against the Browns with an ankle injury and will not return. He had five carries for eight yards before leaving, and was replaced by Fitzgerald Toussaint. Williams was seen wearing a walking boot after the game. 

Here are some other injuries we’re tracking in Week 17:

Karlos Williams | RB, Bills

Knee, did not return

Williams was taken to the locker room and replaced by Mike Gillislee.

Julio Jones | WR, Falcons

Ankle, returned

He left just before the half for the Falcons, who have been eliminated from playoff contention.

Muhammad Wilkerson | DE, Jets

Leg, did not return

Luke Kuechly | LB, Panthers

Arm, return questionable

He came out with two seconds left in the first half holding his arm.

Charles Tillman | DB, Panthers

Knee, will not return

The veteran defensive back, who missed time earlier this year with a knee injury, left the field under his own power.

Malcom Floyd | WR, Chargers

Concussion, out for game

Donte Moncrief | WR, Colts

Toe, did not return

He had one catch for a loss of two yards in Indianapolis’s win.

Nate Washington | WR, Texans

Hip, did not return

He had just one catch for six yards before exiting.

Jorvorskie Lane | FB, Buccaneers

Ankle, will not return

Lane was carted off after suffering a gruesome injury against the Panthers.

Duane Brown | OT, Texans

Knee, did not return

Brown was in a considerable amount of pain, and needed a cart to carry him off.

Uani 'Unga | LB, Giants

Concussion, out for game

He went through concussion protocol in the second quarter and was ruled out.

IK Enemkpali | DE, Bills

Foot, did not return

He left with the Bills ahead in the third.

Kenny Stills | WR, Dolphins

Hamstring, did not return

He caught one of four passes thrown his way for 11 yards before leaving.

This post will be updated.

- Kenny Ducey