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Week 8 Injury Roundup: Bears' Zach Miller Leaves Game With Leg Injury

Here is a list of players that were injured in Week 8 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.

Kyle Long, Bears – Hand, Questionable

The Bears offensive lineman was injured in the first quarter against the Saints.

Bryce Callahan, Bears - Knee, Questionable

Callahan had one tackle and one pass defended before exiting with a knee injury.

Chris Hogan, Patriots – Shoulder, Questionable

Hogan headed for the locker room in the 4th quarter after catching five passes for 60 yards.

Solomon Thomas, 49ers, Knee, Out

The rookie defensive lineman had two tackles against the Bears.

Joe Staley, 49ers - Eye, Out

Staley was injured in the third quarter.

Zach Miller, Bears, Leg - Out

The Bears tight end was carted off the field after an incomplete pass in the end zone.

Jimmie Ward, 49ers – Forearm, Out

Ward had three total tackles before leaving with an arm injury.

Michael Johnson, Bengals - Back, Out

The veteran defensive end left the game vs. the Colts.

Marcus Cannon, Patriots - Ankle, Questionable

LaAdrian Waddle replaced Cannon at right tackle.

Patrick Robinson, Eagles - Concussion, Out

The Eagles cornerback was evaluated for a head injury and ruled out for the rest of the game.

Ryan Kerrigan, Redskins - Groin, Questionable

The Redskins outside linebacker was evaluated for a groin injury during the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Jordan Reed, Redskins - Hamstring, Doubtful

The Redskins tight end left Sunday's game in the second quarter with a hamstring injury.