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The 2014 NFL preseason WEEK 3 ended last Sunday with quite a few very interesting games between some of the top professional football powerhouses. As we get closer to the start of the new season, there have been surprises and news on different players whether due to their good performances or to recent injuries. The following are some of the top injuries over the past three weeks of preseason action:
- Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will not play next Thursday after suffering a hairline rib fracture during Friday’s game. Newton was tackled by linebacker Jamie Collins at the end of a 7-yard scramble with about 4:30 left in second quarter. Newton left the field for one snap before returning and playing into the third quarter.
“We’ll treat him day by day,” Rivera told reporters on Sunday, “and we’ll evaluate him at the end of the week, see how he is. We expect him to get over the soreness in the next few days and then be able to do a lot more. We’ll see how it all unfolds.”
- Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks left Friday night’s 13-12 loss to the Detroit Lions with a shoulder injury. Marks did not play in Jacksonville’s preseason finale against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night. The Jaguars are hoping he’ll be ready for the season-opening game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 7.
- On Sunday night Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Jason Campbell returned from an injury. He missed the second preseason game because of an elbow bruise sustained in the first preseason game. In the Bengals’ 19-13 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Campbell completed 7-of-14 passes for 58 yards.
- Broncos Wes Welker’s concussion in the Denver Broncos’ loss to the Houston Texans last Saturday is awful for Welker and his team, given Welker’s concerning concussion history. Welker was concussed on a play when he was hit in the helmet by Texans safety D.J. Swearinger. Welker was able to sit up on his own, but immediately called for help from the Broncos medical staff.
“It was determined it was a concussion,” Broncos coach John Fox. “He’ll go through the protocol. The biggest thing on him is, of course, player safety. He’ll go through the protocol.” “We’ll leave that to the medical people and he won’t come back until he’s ready to come back,” the coach said.
- St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford limped out of Saturday night’s 33-14 preseason win against the Browns with 8:19 to go in the first quarter after suffering a left knee injury. Bradford will undergo an MRI no later than Sunday, Fisher confirmed Saturday night. Bradford took what appeared to be a light hit from Cleveland’s Armonty Bryant as he threw incomplete to tight end Jared Cook. Bradford shrugged Bryant off, but the defensive lineman made contact with the quarterback’s left knee.
- St. Louis lost two other players in the opening quarter as defensive tackle Kendall Langford and guard Rodger Saffold went out with ankle injuries.
- The Panthers were hoping for a healthy start to the 2014 season from 27-year-old running back Jonathan Stewart after he only played in a total of 15 games over the past two years. Unfortunately, Stewart pulled his hamstring before training camp even got underway in late July.
- Rob Gronkowski, TE, New England Patriots (knee)
- In the Jets preseason opener against the Colts last week, Chris Johnson scored an unexpected one-yard touchdown run because Gang Green’s starter and favorite for goal line work, Chris Ivory, was taken out of the game with a rib injury one play prior.
source: NFL News
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