Long was already dealing with a shoulder issue, and left during the second quarter of last night's loss to the Packers. Although he did not specify the extent of the injury yet, Long was quoted as saying "I don't stay out" after the game. With the Bears dropping to 1-6, don't be surprised to see the Bears become more cautious in regards to the future of one of their few pro bowl caliber players.
Although he has played in 96% of the Jets defensive snaps this year, Wilkerson does not seem to be fully recovered from his broken right fibula that he suffered in the season finale last year. Wilkerson had a break out season last year with 12 sacks, and was rewarded with an $86 million deal this past summer. He will continue to be on the field, but the Jets are hoping he becomes the player from before the injury again.
Fiedorowicz has recently become more involved in the passing game as well, so the Texans are happy on both fronts. He should continue to see the majority of the snaps at tight end on a week-to-week basis.
Does injury just follow Anthony Davis around where ever he goes? Davis always seems to be going down with some type of ailment whether it is his own doing or otherwise. This issue was minor and won't cause Davis to miss any time, but it just adds to the growing list of issues Davis has had over the last two seasons.
Lang was checked out and has been deemed healthy enough to return to Thursday's game. He should be fine going forward.
Johnson is the second sophomore player that had his option for next season exercised on Thursday. Though he will enter the season in a reserve role behind Tobias Harris, Johnson should see an increased role this year and does have value in deeper fantasy formats.