By Matthew Zimmer
Week 2 of the NFL felt like the end of Avengers: Infinity War when half the heroes got dusted. 28 players went down with big or rough-looking injuries.
We’ve got the latest on most of the injuries that you may have missed that could affect your Fantasy Football team(s) roster(s), or maybe just your favorite team’s roster.
If any updates come, or any new injuries are reported, we’ll add them here.
High ankle sprain; out 4-6 weeks, via ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Torn ACL; out for the season, will undergo surgery soon, via Schefter.
Mild MCL sprain; expected to miss Week 3 vs. NY Giants via Schefter.
Ribs; no update.
Torn ACL; out for the season, via NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
PCL injury; out indefinitely, via Schefter.
Rib; nothing broken, no timeline update, via NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
Toe; no update.
Ankle injury, which he returned from; then Hamstring injury he didn’t return from; No update.
Concussion; no update, needs to clear concussion protocol.
Ankle; week-to-week, via NY Daily News.
Severe rotator cuff strain; out three to four to five weeks, via Broncos coach Vic Fangio; will be re-evaluated after two weeks, via Schefter.
Chest injury (non-specific); week-to-week, via Schefter.
High ankle sprain; week-to-week, via San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan.
Hamstring; week-to-week, via NY Daily News.
MCL sprain; may miss just a week, via Rapoport.
Knee; “going to miss some time,” via Philadelphia coach Doug Pederson.
Thumb sprain; should be okay, via Pelissero.
Team fears Torn ACL; would be out for the season if true, via Schefter.
Knee injury; nothing specific, “probably fairly serious,” via Pete Carroll.
Torn ACL “most likely”; via coach Shanahan.
Knee injury; unknown time to be missed, via Schefter.
PCL strain, bone bruise; could miss 4-6 weeks, via Pelissero.
Pectoral muscle tear; headed to Injured Reserve, via Schefter.
Left knee injury; out for the season, via Baltimore coach John Harbaugh.
Groin; doubtful for Week 3, via Miami Herald’s Adam Beasley.
Torn Achilles; out for the season via Schefter.
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