NFL Week 2 injury roundup: Adrian Peterson, Jimmy Garoppolo, Arian Foster
Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo went down with an injury on Sunday, forcing New England to turn to another inexperienced signal caller.
After initially being deemed questionable to return, Garoppolo was ruled out for the rest of the game after halftime. Rookie Jacoby Brissett took over under center.
Garoppolo’s shoulder injury was one of several notable injuries on Sunday.
Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart and Lions running back Ameer Abdullah were also injured.
A full list of the injuries we’re tracking is below.
Jimmy Garoppolo, Patriots — Shoulder, did not return
Garoppolo was replaced by rookie Jacoby Brissett, a third-round pick from North Carolina State.
Jonathan Stewart, Panthers — Hamstring, did not return
Stewart’s backup, Fozzy Whittaker, left the game briefly to be evaluated for a possible concussion but returned shortly after.
Arian Foster, Dolphins — Groin, did not return
Foster had groin surgery last season.
Braxton Miller, Texans — Hamstring, did not return
Miller had one catch for three yards before he was injured.
Danny Woodhead, Chargers — Head/Knee, will not return
He was hit hard coming across the field, and required a cart to be taken off to the locker room.
Doug Martin, Buccaneers — Hamstring, doubtful
Charles Sims is next up in the backfield.
Donte Moncrief, Colts — Head, will not return
The wideout went through concussion protocol and was seen without a jersey on the sideline.
DeMarcus Ware, Broncos — Elbow, did not return
Kubiak said DeMarcus Ware has an ulnar fracture.— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) September 18, 2016
Kelvin Beachum, Jaguars — Concussion, did not return
Beachum was carted off after an apparent hit in the backfield and taken to the hospital. He was moving his hands, according to CBS.
Adrian Peterson, Vikings — Knee, did not return
Peterson left Sunday night's game after injuring his right knee and did not return to the game.
Ameer Abdullah, Lions — Foot, did not return
The Detroit running back's X-rays came back negative, but he will undergo additional testing on Monday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Josh McCown, Browns — Shoulder
The Browns are looking at losing their second quarterback to a shoulder injury this season. After Robert Griffin III was placed on injured reserve with a fractured bone in his shoulder, McCown will undergo an MRI on his non-throwing shoulder on Monday. He briefly left Sunday's loss to the Ravens.