Posts Tagged ‘Week 5 injuries 2010’

Bunkley, Cole, Peters out for Eagles

The Eagles have sustained injuries to several key starters during the first half of Sunday night’s game against the 49ers, as DE Trent Cole, DT Brodrick Bunkley and LT Jason Peters have all been sidelined.

Injury roundup: Packers battered in Week 5

A look at some of the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 5.

Rodgers suffered concussion in overtime

The list of walking wounded for the Packers following Sunday’s loss in Washington has grown by one: Aaron Rodgers.

Gradkowski leaves with injury; Campbell in

Bruce Gradkowski didn’t make it through the first quarter Sunday against the Chargers.

Calvin Johnson sidelined by shoulder injury

Calvin Johnson was announced as questionable to return by the Lions during the fourth quarter due to a shoulder injury.

Matthews won’t return for Packers

The Packers announced OLB Clay Matthews — who was having another strong performance on Sunday — won’t return during the fourth quarter against the Redskins due to cramping in his hamstring.

Bears pull Collins in favor of Hanie

Todd Collins is out for the Bears, Caleb Hanie is in.

Addai leaves game for Colts

The Colts are locked in a tight game against the Chiefs, and currently don’t have Josph Addai on the field.

Delhomme in for injured Wallace

Jake Delhomme replaced Seneca Wallace at quarterback to start the second half for the Browns.

Jeff Faine, Sean Jones out for Bucs

The Buccaneers lost starters C Jeff Faine and SS Sean Jones to injuries during the first half against the Bengals.

Demaryius Thomas out for Broncos

Broncos rookie WR Demaryius Thomas has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Ravens after taking a violent hit on a kickoff return during the second quarter. The Broncos announced he has head and neck injuries.

Rams’ Clayton reportedly done for season

The Rams’ biggest playmaking receiver is down on the field, and the early scene doesn’t look positive.

Finley, Pickett out early for Packers

It’s been a tough start for the Packers against the Redskins, with two early injuries to report.

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