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Week 7 Injury Roundup: Joe Thomas Suffers Triceps Injury

Updates on all the biggest injuries from Week 7 in the NFL.

A number of NFL players left Sunday's action due to injury.

Below is a full list of injuries that we’re tracking.

Carson Palmer, Cardinals – Arm, Out

Palmer went to the locker room in the second quarter and was replaced by Drew Stanton. After the game, coach Bruce Arians said Palmer had a broken arm.

Jay Cutler, Dolphins - Chest, Questionable

The veteran quarterback was hurt in the third quarter and replaced by Matt Moore.

Joe Thomas, Browns – Triceps, Out

Thomas missed the first snap of his NFL 11–year NFL career after a second half injury.

Malik Hooker, Colts – Knee, Out

The Colts safety was injured in the second half.

Trai Turner, Panthers – Knee, Out

Turner was seen on the sideline with a knee wrapped in ice. 

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Mike Wallace, Ravens - Concussion, Out

The Ravens wide receiver is in the league's concussion protocol.

Cam Robinson, Jaguars – Ankle, Questionable

The Jaguars offensive lineman was injured in the first quarter vs. Colts.

Ryan Kalil, Panthers – Neck, Questionable

The Panthers center was injured during the first half vs. Bears

Brandon Shell, Jets – Neck, Doubtful

The Jets starting offensive tackle was injured in the first quarter vs. Dolphins and replaced in the lineup by Brent Qvale.

Karlos Dansby, Cardinals – Hand, Returned to Game

Dansby had one tackle vs. Rams before leaving with injury.

Rashaan Melvin, Colts – Concussion, Out

Melvin left during the first half of the game and was ruled out.

Dan Bailey, Cowboys - Groin, Out

The Cowboys kicker was injured in the first half after making two extra points and will not return vs. 49ers.