Injury News

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Titans S Kenny Vaccaro dislocated his right elbow in Sunday's win over the Eagles and is expected to miss the next 2-4 weeks.

Bengals TE Tyler Eifert suffered a right ankle fracture in Sunday's win at Atlanta, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The injury will require surgery and cost Eifert the rest of the season. He hasn't played more than 13 games in a season since his 2013 rookie campaign. Eifert played just 10 total games over the past 2 years before going down in Week 4 of 2018.

Broncos TE Jake Butt tore his left ACL during Thursday's walkthrough, according to insider Mike Klis. He'll miss the rest of the season. This is Butt's 3rd ACL tear, although the first 2 were to his right knee.

Rams CB Aqib Talib will have surgery Thursday on his left ankle, HC Sean McVay confirmed in a press conference Tuesday. Talib has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain. McVay said doctors will determine his recovery timeline after the surgery.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Rams CB Aqib Talib suffered a high left ankle sprain against the Chargers on Sunday and will miss at least the next month. The 11th-year player has never played a full 16 games in a season, though his lone 2017 miss came because of a suspension for fighting with then Raiders WR Michael Crabtree.

Falcons S Ricardo Allen will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn left Achilles' tendon in Sunday's loss to the Saints, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Allen will join fellow starter S Keanu Neal on the sideline. Neal suffered an ACL tear back in Week 1 against the Eagles.

The Browns have ruled QB Tyrod Taylor out for the rest of Thursday night’s game after he suffered a concussion in the 2nd quarter against the Jets. That gives way to Baker Mayfield — possibly for good

Bills RB LeSean McCoy came away from Sunday's loss to the Chargers with multiple rib fractures, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. McCoy plans to try to play through the injury, which players have certainly done in the past. It often comes down to a pain-tolerance issue. We'll see how McCoy progresses through the week. A trip to Minnesota looms in Week 3.

UPDATE: Tests on McCoy' ribs Monday morning revealed no fracture, according to Rapoport. So it sounds like he's just dealing with a bruise. It's an injury McCoy should be able to play through.

The Ravens have announced that LB C.J. Mosley suffered a bone bruise in his right knee and is doubtful to return against the Bengals. Mosley left on the 1st defensive series and didn't return. We'll see about his availability heading into Week 3. Kenny Young filled in.

Patriots RB Rex Burkhead sat out Wednesday's practice because of a concussion, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Burkhead didn't leave Week 1 early, and Wednesday started the practice week. So we're assuming he developed symptoms sometime after the win over Houston. We'll see if Burkhead can pass through the league protocol in time for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Patriots RB Jeremy Hill will miss the rest of the season after suffering a right ACL tear in Sunday's win over the Texans, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Hill left the game after handling just 4 carries and blocking a punt on special teams. His injury removes 1 competitor from a crowded fantasy football backfield. Hill turns 26 in late October.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Titans TE Delanie Walker suffered a dislocated right ankle in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins. Walker also suffered an "associated fracture," according to Rapoport. The injuries are expected to end Walker's season, leaving Jonnu Smith as the likely lead TE in Tennessee.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin entered the season with his left knee at less than 100%, by his own admission. He sprained the MCL in his right knee in Sunday's loss at Denver, HC Pete Carroll said after the game. Baldwin left in the 2nd quarter and did not return. David Chao -- @ProFootballDoc on Twitter -- said the injury appeared mild and should cost Baldwin only a week "at most." We'll watch for further details from the team.

Falcons S Keanu Neal will miss the rest of the season after tearing his left ACL in Thursday's loss at Philadelphia. Neal initially returned to the game after hurting the knee before leaving for good. HC Dan Quinn said afterward they didn't believe the injury to be serious. We'll keep an eye out for his surgery date and any further updates. Damontae Kazee is expected to take over Neal's starting job.

Seahawks LB K.J. Wright needed arthroscopic knee surgery after suffering an unspecified injury in Friday's game against the Vikings. HC Pete Carroll told reporters Monday that he's not sure if Wright will be ready for Week 1. His absence would likely mean a start for rookie Shaquem Griffin.

Jaguars HC Doug Marrone announced Monday that WR Marqise Lee will have season-ending surgery on his left knee for the injury that knocked him out of Saturday's game. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that it's ligament damage, but there's no specific word yet on which ligament. We'll update once that becomes clear.

LB Reuben Foster left the 49ers' Saturday exhibition game against the Colts after suffering a 3rd-quarter concussion. Foster should have plenty of time to get over the issue, though, as he's suspended for the Niners' 1st 2 regular-season games under the league personal-conduct policy.

Giants TE Evan Engram sustained his 2nd career concussion in Friday night's preseason game against the Jets. The 1st came in Week 2 of his rookie season and didn't cost Engram any further games. We'll see how long he takes to move through the league protocol this time around. The Giants open their season Sept. 9 vs. Jacksonville.

Browns QB Tyrod Taylor dislocated his left pinkie in Thursday night's preseason game against the Eagles, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That's Taylor's non-throwing hand. And he returned to the meaningless game. We're not expecting this to be an issue by the time Week 1 rolls around but will keep an eye on Taylor.

Ravens TE Hayden Hurst is undergoing foot surgery on Friday to repair a stress fracture in his foot. He'll have a screw inserted to stabilize the area. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports that Hurst is expected to miss 3-4 weeks -- but that sounds very optimistic to us. Foot injuries tend to be extremely tricky, and we often see setbacks and/or compensatory issues pop up.