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The 2014 5th round pick injured his knee and is subsequently done for the night. He joins fellow defensive lineman Vinny Curry in the locker room as Curry suffered an unknown injury during the game. The Eagles defense is not project to be a top notch defensive unit, but both players are familiar enough with the organization that Philadelphia cannot afford to have any veterans go down in the most valuable preseason game.
It appears Anderson has a mere cut to his right ear so the injury doesn't affect his season-long status. Denver is likely taking a precautionary approach with Anderson. He signed a 4-year deal in the offseason and will play a big role in Denver's offense given the departures of Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler. Anderson heads into the season as Denver's top running back with Devontae Booker looking to be his handcuff.
Phegley was transferred to the 60-day DL on August 7th as the A's determined he wasn't progressing in his rehab work. The move was merely strategic as it was retroactive to July 1st, but Phegley has apparently been dealing with a serious knee problem that has prevented him from properly rehabbing his knee. Oakland is out of the playoff chase at this point in the season so it's best that the A's and Phegley both focus on his health.
Martinez is one of a myriad of Tigers to get tossed from tonight's game due to arguing balls and strikes. He was 1-3 with a strikeout before being ejected. He's put together what has become a typical power year, hitting 18 home runs in 87 games with 52 RBI and a .319/.381/.569 slash line.
The Eagles fifth round pick in the 2016 draft, Smallwood was making his preseason debut. He took a hard hit and has departed to be evaluated. He's not expected to play a big role with the Eagles this season, although the oft-injured Ryan Mathews could miss time once again and thrust Smallwood into a larger role.
Harris is an integral part of that Jets defense and hasn't missed a game since 2008. He recorded 67 tackles and four and a half sacks last season. He didn't appear to be in a tremendous amount of pain, so hopefully it's not a serious injury.
According to CBS reporter Tracy Wolfson, Walker “just didn't feel right, he couldn't catch his breath.” Hopefully it's nothing serious, as this report is somewhat ambiguous. Walker had a breakout 2015, catching 94 passes for 1,088 yards and six touchdowns for the Titans.
He got his leg rolled up on by Haloti Ngata on a goal line carry. It looked like it could possibly be a severe injury, as he was helped off the field by two trainers without putting any weight on his left leg. If he is forced to miss any time, and it looks like he will, Javorius "Buck" Allen becomes much more interesting, while Terrance West also looms. Dixon had 41 yards on six carries before leaving the game with the injury.
He was 0-1 with a walk before getting pulled from the game. There's no reported injury, so this is presumably just for rest. After two down seasons, Segura has come back to life as a member of the Diamondbacks, hitting .316/.366/.475 with 12 home runs and 27 stolen bases in 558 plate appearances.
He's scratched due to a stiff neck. Conor Gillaspie will play first base in his place and bat fifth for the Giants, who will face Mike Foltynewicz.