- The Steelers lost CB Bryant McFadden and S Troy Polamalu to injuries during the fourth quarter against the Bengals. Neither player returned to the game. McFadden and Polamalu were injured on the same play while making a tackle on Bengals RB Cedric Benson. McFadden was replaced by CB Deshea Townsend, while S Tyrone Carter replaced Polamalu. The AP is reporting McFadden suffered an arm injury.
- RB Reggie Bush will miss 3-4 weeks due to a left knee injury, reports NFL Network’s Adam Schefter. In addition, the Saints also lost starting C Jonathan Goodwin to a left knee injury. Coach Sean Payton said he expected Goodwin to make the trip with the team to London for next week’s game.
- Bills reserve LB John DiGiorgio was carted off the field after suffering an apparent right knee injury during the second quarter of the Bills’ 23-14 win over the Chargers and did not return. The Bills also lost starting RG Brad Butler to a strained left knee. Butler returned to the game briefly but was unable to finish, being replaced by backup Jason Whittle.
- 49ers S Michael Lewis left Sunday’s 29-17 loss to the Giants during the third quarter with a sprained knee.
- The Bears lost WR/KR Devin Hester to a quad injury during the third quarter of a 48-41 win over the Vikings.
- The Chiefs lost starting QB Brodie Croyle for the season with a right knee injury. Croyle was making his first appearance Sunday after missing the last four games with a separated right shoulder. His replacement, Damon Huard, suffered an apparent right thumb injury and is uncertain for next week.
- Jets RT Damien Woody suffered an apparent left leg injury during overtime against the Raiders. Woody appeared to twist his leg while pass blocking, and limped off the field.
- Cowboys S Roy Williams is out for the remainder of the season after breaking his right forearm, according to Dallas owner Jerry Jones. LB Bradie James hyperextended his left elbow in the loss.
- Bengals rookie LB Keith Rivers is also out for the season with a broken jaw.
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