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As the 2014-15 NFL regular season progresses also does the injury list of players who have been compromised. Here is a quick review of the latest report:
2014 has been no different, with a season-ending injury to Sam Bradford changing the Rams’ plans and many more units being hampered by untimely injuries.
On Thursday Night Football Indianapolis Colts suffered a loss at linebacker — Cam Johnson, a 2012 seventh-round pick, went down with an elbow injury and did not return. Mike Wells of ESPN tweeted the news, saying, “LB Cam Johnson has an elbow strain and will not return.”
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Justin Durant had a strong season debut against the 49ers, but it turned sour when he left in the fourth quarter with a groin injury. The injury could open up more time for newly-acquired Rolando McClain, who came out of early retirement to join the Cowboys in July and cracked the No. 2 spot on the team depth chart entering Week 1.
The San Francisco 49ers defense has taken a beating in injuries and suspensions, and that continued in Week 1 as starting cornerback Chris Culliver suffered a concussion. The Niners are already thin at cornerback, and now it appears that Culliver will be out at least throughout some of the week as he undergoes concussion protocol.
After being traded just two weeks before the season, Logan Mankins’ Buccaneers career got off to an unfortunate start as he left Sunday’s game against the Panthers with a knee injury. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times tweeted news of the injury, adding at the time: “Doesn’t look good. Needs help off field.”
The Titans got off to a high-flying start in Week 1, but it came with a price as starting linebacker Zach Brown left in the first quarter with a shoulder injury. The incident happened on the Titans’ opening drive of the season, but it didn’t hold Tennessee back from dominating the Chiefs defensively in its Week 1 opener.
Jordan Reed started the year off with injury concerns, and they only compounded after he left Washington’s Week 1 affair against the Houston Texans. John Clayton of ESPN initially reported Reed suffered a hamstring injury with a questionable return. Later, the Redskins downgraded his status to out, as he missed the rest of the contest. Jake Matthews had an MRI, but the damage was not significant and he could play Sunday.
The Atlanta Falcons‘ offensive line just continues taking crushing blows, this time with prized rookie Jake Matthews leaving his NFL debut early with an ankle injury.
The Ben Tate show in Cleveland got off to a less-than-ideal start, as the newly acquired running back left his Browns debut with a knee injury. The team’s Twitter account reported that he would not return. Bleacher Report’s Will Carroll later added that he would get an MRI.
The debut of No. 1 overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney was cut short on Sunday, when he left the game with a knee injury and did not return. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Clowney could miss extended time, “Clowney is out with a knee injury. First time he’s had a knee injury. He was hurt when he was rushing. He jumped and came down wrong.”
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