NFL Week 1 Injury Updates: Ranking the Biggest Blows of Sunday
Two main stories have dominated the first week of the NFL season: remembering the 9/11 tragedies and keeping superstars on the field.
So far this week it seems like the lockout might have had an unintended effect. Maybe these guys weren't so ready to get on the field after all.
We'll run down the list of studs who might be missing time in the near future.
Starting off with the Rams all world back, Steven Jackson.
Let's run down the M*A*S*H* unit known as NFL Week 1.
Sam Bradford: Injured Finger
According to tweets and several NFL sites Bradford is getting an X-ray on the finger on his right hand.
Latest Update: X ray negative. No break, but some numbness. Next is an MRI.
AJ Feely is his back up.
Andy Dalton: Injured Wrist
The Bengals rookie quarterback didn't come out in the third quarter after hurting his wrist. No more news yet.
Danny Amendola: Elbow
Rams receiver Danny Amendola suffered a dislocated elbow in Sunday's game against the Eagles and didn't return.
Roy Williams: Groin Injury
Roy Williams had to leave Sunday's game against the Falcons with a groin injury. Updates later.
Nate Kaeding: Undisclosed
While Percy Harvin was returning a 103-yard touchdown kickoff, Chargers kicker, Nate Kaeding was carted to the locker room with an undisclosed injury.
Steven Jackson: Quad
Steven Jackson injured his quad and did not carry the ball in the second half for the St. Louis Rams. Not sure how serious this is.
Derrick Ward: Ankle
With Arian Foster already out, Derrick Ward left with an injury which allowed Ben Tate to rush 24 times for 116 yards.
You don't want to get injured playing running back for the Texans. They will replace you.
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