The Redskins were hit hard by injuries in Sunday’s game against the Giants.
Defensive back DeAngelo Hall sprained his right knee in the first half and was ruled out for the game. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland injured his ankle and was also ruled out. Two starting offensive linemen—left guard Shawn Lauvao and center Kory Lichtensteiger—also had their days end early.
The only good news on the injury front for Washington was that DeSean Jackson, who hurt his knee and ankle in the first half, was able to return to the game at the start of the second half.
Below is a full list of injuries we’re tracking in Week 3.
Bashaud Breeland, Redskins — Ankle, did not return
Though much of the focus was on Josh Norman, Breeland is another key piece of the Washington secondary. After the game, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the corner has a right high ankle sprain, and is set for an MRI on Monday.
DeAngelo Hall, Redskins — Knee, did not return
Eli Rogers, Steelers — Toe, will not return
Without one of his top targets, Ben Roethlisberger will turn to Sammie Coates and tight end Jesse James in the passing game.
Menelik Watson, Raiders — Lower leg, did not return
Watson, the starting right tackle, missed last week’s game with an injury.
Jared Cook, Packers — Ankle, did not return
The tight end was seen in a walking boot after the game.
Jordan Cameron, Dolphins — Head, did not return
The starting tight end is being evaluated for a concussion.
Manti Te’o, Chargers — Achilles, did not return
The linebacker will could miss the rest of the season with this one.
Brandon Flowers, Chargers — Head, did not return
He was helped off the field after laying face down for an extended period of time.
Jeremy Langford, Bears — Head, did not return
Bears running back was carted off with an ankle injury against the Cowboys.