It didn’t take long for the NFL’s first big injury of the 2023 season to occur. On his fourth snap as a Jet, Aaron Rodgers’ season ended after the four-time league MVP suffered a torn Achilles on Monday night against the Bills.
Rodgers wasn’t the only notable player who suffered a significant injury in Week 1. J.K. Dobbins was lost for the year after the Ravens running back suffered a knee injury. Along with getting blown out by the 49ers, the Steelers lost defensive tackle Cam Heyward (ankle) for at least eight weeks and receiver Diontae Johnson (hamstring) for several weeks. The Chargers offense took a hit with Austin Ekeler injuring his ankle in Week 1 and the star running back has now been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Titans.
Below is a rundown of each team’s injury situation as the NFL delves into its second week of action.
All odds courtesy of Sportsline consensus.
Seattle will have to relay on tackles Stone Forsythe and Jake Curhan with Cross and Abraham Lucas out for Sunday. Bush was limited on Friday after missing practice on Thursday. Mafe missed Friday’s practice in order to get some extra rest with the hope that he will be able to face Detroit.
Decker’s status for Sunday does not seem good after he missed each of the Lions’ practices this week. Moseley will miss his second straight game as he continues to work his way back from a torn ACL injury sustained last year as a member of the 49ers.
Kansas City will have two of its biggest stars back in the lineup this weekend. Head coach Andy Reid told reporters Friday that Travis Kelce and Chris Jones will both play when the team travels to Jacksonville. Kelce missed Week 1 due to a knee injury, while Jones was absent due to a contract dispute that has since been resolved. Kelce is technically listed as questionable, but all signs point to him playing after being limited throughout the week. As for Clyde…
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Author : Bryan DeArdo
Publish date : 2023-09-16 19:08:50
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