Jay Cutler leaves game with groin injury
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left Sunday's game against the Redskins with a groin injury, after Washington defensive lineman Chris Baker slammed him to the turf. It was the 158th time Cutler has been sacked since coming to Chicago, breaking the previous mark held by Jim Harbaugh. Josh McCown replaced Cutler, who made his way to the locker room.
Cutler's done for the day.
Brian Cushing carted off field with leg injury
Texans linebacker Brian Cushing was injured in the second half of Sunday's game against the Chiefs when Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles hit Cushing in the knee while trying to pass block. Cushing's status is unknown.
Arian Foster leaves in the first quarter with a hamstring injury
Sam Bradford carted to locker room with apparent left leg injury
Bradford was in the game with the Rams down 30-15 when the injury occurred, and he had to be carted off the field. He was unable to return to the game, finishing with 255 yards on 21 of 30 passing, with one touchdown and one interception.
The extent of the injury is not yet known, as the Rams did not give an update on his status by the end of the game. Bradford was replaced by Kellen Clemens at quarterback, and at this point there is no way of knowing if the injury will affect him in Week 8 against the Seahawks.
Nick Foles leaves game with head injury
Foles was having a tough day before leaving the game. He completed just 11 of 29 passes for 80 yards. He managed 25 rushing yards, but had no touchdowns. His best chance for a touchdown came on a 20-yard pass to Jason Avant in the third quarter, but Avant could not corral a low throw by Foles.
Foles appeared hobbled by a leg injury in the first half and it appeared to affect his timing all afternoon.
Jarvis Jones inactive for Steelers
Rookie outside linebacker Jarvis Jones suffered a concussion in last week's win over the Jets. He'll be in civvies when the Steelers host the Ravens Sunday afternoon. He was listed as questionable Friday but his status was always going to be a game-time decision.
James Jones a no-go against Browns
Chris Long earns ejection after fight
Doug Martin leaves with shoulder injury
Jake Locker back in starting lineup
He was off to a fine start with six touchdown passes and no interceptions in leading his team to three wins in its first four games before going down in Week 4.
Leon Hall exits with Achilles injury
King Dunlap has concussion relapse
The Chargers have an extremely banged up offensive line at the moment. Dunlap suffered a concussion Sept. 22 against Tennessee and missed two games before returning.
Rob Gronkowski is active vs. Jets
Titans QB Jake Locker wants to play, reportedly will start
After being carted off the field in Tennessee's Week 4 win over the Jets with a knee and hip injury, the Titans thought they were going to lose quarterback Jake Locker for 4-8 weeks. Locker's been a quick-healer and he could be on the field against the 49ers on Sunday, after only missing two weeks of play. NFL.com has reported that Locker will be the team's starter against San Francisco. Locker, who took the majority of the first team snaps in practice on Friday, is offcially listed as questionable. Titans coach Mike Munchak didn't rule out Locker possibly starting, "We haven't decided yet," Munchak said on Friday. The Titans have a Week 8 bye, so if he sits out the 49ers game, he would have an extra week to heal.
Calvin Johnson is active
After a being a surprise scratch in Week 5, Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson returned last week against the Browns and played in 38 offensive snaps. Johnson was listed as probable this week and will be active when the Lions take the field against the Bengals.
Aqib Talib officially inactive
Danny Amendola inactive as expected
Foot can't keep Thad Lewis out; Matt Flynn inactive
Jaguars receivers Blackmon and Shorts both active
Jacksonville banged up wide receivers
Shorts has a shoulder injury and was very iffy to play in the game. In fact, his status comes as a bit of a surprise despite the fact he was able to return to practice Friday in a limited capacity. Blackmon was always much more certain of his status for the Week 7 game.
Falcons will be flying without Roddy White, Steven Jackson
Matt Ryan's running out of weapons in Atlanta. Wide receiver Roddy White (ankle) and running back Steven Jackson (hamstring) have both been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. For White, it will be the first game he's missed of his nine-year career and end a streak of 133 consecutive games played in. Of course, the Falcons offense won't have Julio Jones either, Jones was placed on injured reserve on Oct. 9 after fracturing his foot in Week 5 against the Jets.
DeMarco Murray, DeMarcus Ware both inactive Sunday
Roddy White won't be the only player missing the first game of his career; Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware is out Sunday too. Ware's streak of 134 consecutive games played in ends against the Eagles. Despite an initial report that Ware would be out a month with a thigh injury, the linebacker insisted he might play. But it won't happen this week. Running back DeMarco Murray is also inactive.
Michael Vick has ruled himself out vs. Cowboys, Eagles agree
Chip Kelly has officially ruled out Michael Vick for Sunday's game, a day after Vick did just that. Vick said he's not playing this week because his injured hamstring is worse than he thought it was going to be. Nick Foles will get the start.
Cortland Finnegan sits out Sunday
Santonio Holmes is out for the Jets and it's the media's fault
Santonio Holmes hasn't played since Week 4 and he won't be returning this week. Holmes is still rehabbing his hamstring, rehab that would be going better if the media wasn't messing it up. "I was just on the rehab table and I had to get taken off the table to come do interviews, so yes I do," Holmes said this week when asked if the media was interrupting his treatment.
Matt Schaub is out in Houston; Case Keenum is in
Matt Schaub won't be the Texans starting quarterback in Kansas City, that honor will go to Case Keenum, an undrafted free agent signed by Houston in 2012. Schaub, who injured his ankle and foot against the Rams, won't play at all against the Chiefs, coach Gary Kubiak said. T.J. Yates will serve as the Texans No. 2 quarterback.