That's usually never good and he's awaiting the results of an MRI. The Redskins will update his status in the coming days.
The Seahawks offensive line is miserable and Sowell getting injured may actually help. He's played terribly and the Seahawks have been unable to move the ball all night long.
It's being reported that Brooks suffered a serious rupture in his quad and will likely undergo season-ending surgery. That'll be a big hit to the Eagles top defense as he was their primary slot corner. He was carted off the field after trying to make an open field tackle and his first year as an Eagle is all but finished. Malcom Jenkins took over the slot after Brooks' departure and Jaylen Watkins came in to play on the outside.
He limped off the field and was tended to on the sideline. He is questionable to return and his loss would certainly be a big deal for an already futile offensive line.
The Browns did not acknowledge if Erving left the game due to a the bruised lung he suffered in Week 2 and missed the next 3 games, but Head Coach Hue Jackson said, "Not going to get into anything [else]. It was an illness and he wasn’t ‘pulled.’ He didn’t come out for the second half, so that’s what happened.”, and it appears he could be headed towards some missed time. His reps will be important to see as the week progresses and it's important to remember that the Browns, are indeed, a mess.
He'll be forced to miss the rest of tonight's game against the Seahawks with a knee injury that he initially suffered last week. It won't mean much for fantasy purposes in terms of Jaron Brown himself, but it'll get Michael Floyd some more snaps and potentially some more targets.
It's the same knee that Brown tweaked last week and missed practice time with this week. He got hurt in the second quarter and was replaced by J.J Nelson. He was held catch-less before leaving.
Okafor made his preseason debut this past Friday, playing eight minutes against the Miami Heat, but Okafor believes he is ready to start ramping up his activity and playing time. He believes he'll be ready for opening night, and it looks as if he's right -- although it may be in limited fashion. His minutes will likely be built up until he can play in the mid-20's. For now, Joel Embiid is the big man to own in Philly.
Kipnis is dealing with a low-ankle sprain, one suffered during the ALCS winning celebrations. He's going to be in the lineup for Game 1 and should be fine moving forward. He hit .053/.100/.211 with one homer and one RBI in 20 plate appearances in the ALCS, and will need to pick it up in order to help the Tribe take home the championship.
He limped back into the locker room gingerly but was then seem working out on the sidelines to see if he can return. He had no catches before leaving and is an afterthought in the Cardinal's offense.