Lugo pitched five scoreless inning before being removed due to cramps. The fluids should help him almost immediately and he should be good to go for his next start early next week.
Wilds suffered an injury during the second half of Thursday's game and is unlikely to return. He carried the ball three times for 11 yards.
Fede limped off the field on Thursday night, though the extent of his injury is unknown. The Dolphins will update his status on Friday.
Fuller hurt his shoulder during the second half of Thursday's game. He didn't haul in a reception prior to leaving the game and this injury certainly hurts his chances of making the team.
The Cowboys don't view this as a serious injury and seem to be taking a cautious approach. With that said, Romo's preseason is likely finished and he will work to get healthy for Dallas' season opener against the Giants.
Uh oh. The Cowboys are counting on Romo to stay fully healthy this year as they look to get back into the playoff hunt. Romo hasn't been an example of sustained health during his career, so this doesn't come as much of a surprise. Dallas is hoping that this is minor, but they won't know until Romo undergoes testing. If Romo were to miss an extended period of time, rookie Dak Prescott would likely slide into a starting role.
Smith has said that he's dealt with stingers before, so this is nothing new. He's only missed one regular season game during his five year career, so he's a prime example of durability in the NFL. If he does play on Thursday night, it will likely only be for a series or two.
Neal was injured in the first half of Thursday's game and had to be helped off the field, but he was able to walk to the locker room under his own power. He will be reevaluated on Friday and there is a good chance that he will be ready for Week 1 against Tampa Bay.
No surprise here. Jones got tangled up with a defender on Thursday night and limped off the field, but it never looked like a serious injury. If this were a regular season game, he would have returned.
This has been a rough season for Adams as he's been on the DL a couple of times and is currently rehabing a shoulder injury. He's batting just .249 with 12 home runs, but is still a true threat against right-handed pitching when he is healthy. The Cardinals are hoping to have him back in the lineup down the stretch as they fight for a playoff spot.