NFL Week 14 injury roundup: Deebo Samuel hurts his ankle; Cowboys tackle ACL tear Terence Steele, report says

There are only a few games left in week 14 and there is no shortage of storylines. One of those angles has unfortunately been injuries. So far, a few major players have already been injured, including some quarterbacks.

We’ll keep you updated on everything below, where you’ll find an overview of all the key injuries that have occurred so far, along with the latest status updates:

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson left Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs with a concussion. He suffered the injury in the fourth quarter on a third-and-eleven run that kept the drive alive for a first down. Wilson rolled to his right and gained 14 yards on the run but fell on his head with a Chiefs defender falling on him. He needed help getting sidelined and the team first said Wilson was being evaluated for a concussion before officially ruling him out. Brett Rypien picked it up under center.

san francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel was carried off the field during the second quarter of the club’s game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Samuel’s leg bent awkwardly when he was tackled on a run play. After initially lying on the ground, he tried to get up but needed help from the cart. The 49ers officially ruled out Samuel with an ankle injury. After the Niners’ victory, head coach Kyle Shanahan said Samuel had a left ankle injury and the team was unsure of the extent of the severity. Shanahan added that it is “most likely” a high ankle sprain and that the ankle is not broken.

New York Jets Quarterback Mike White is considered day-to-day with a rib injury, head coach Robert Saleh said Monday. The quarterback was knocked out of the game against the Bills contest a few times after taking brutal body shots. The team sent White to the hospital as a precaution after the 20-12 loss to Buffalo. Joe Flacco came on for brief periods to relieve the injured White, who ended up coming back to play the entire fourth quarter as New York tried to recover against Buffalo, but was unsuccessful.

Dallas Cowboys right tackle Terrence Steele left the team’s eventual 27-23 win over the Houston Texans with less than a minute left in the first half after sustaining a left knee injury. After the game, Cowboys executive vice-president Stephen Jones said “were concerned” when asked about Steele’s injury. An MRI on Monday confirmed the worst, revealing a torn ACL, according to ESPN.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett was hit by Baltimore Ravens‘ Roquan Smith and was evaluated for a concussion. He left for the locker room during the first half and was replaced by Mitchell Trubisky, who finished the game as Pittsburgh fell to Baltimore 16-14.

Carolina wide DK Moore was injured in Sunday’s win over the sea ​​hawks. He will undergo ankle testing to determine how this will affect his availability for Sunday’s home game against the Steelers.

New York Jets defensive lineman Quinnen Williams left Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Tickets with a calf injury. He was ruled out for the remainder of the game. Williams, similar to White, is considered daily, according to Saleh.

Cincinnati Bengals Wide receiver Tee Higgins aggravated his hamstrings during warmups and missed all but one snap against the Browns. Higgins appeared briefly on Cincinnati’s injury report with a hamstring injury. Zac Taylor wouldn’t speculate on whether or not Higgins’ status for this weekend’s game in Tampa is in jeopardy.

Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd injured his finger on Joe Burrow’s first pass. He was initially announced as doubtful to return, but was soon demoted. taylor says post-game that Boyd had a dislocated finger. The injury should eventually keep Boyd sidelined for a few weeks, according to NFL Media.

Bengals passer Trey Hendrickson will be sidelined for a few weeks after break your wrist in the second half of Sunday’s win over Browns, by NFL Media. Hendrickson played the fourth quarter with the injury.

Quarterback Tyler Huntley was ruled out with a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Huntley played in place of Lamar Jackson, who suffered a knee injury. Third-string QB Anthony Brown came on for Huntley and completed three of his five passes for 16 yards. Before going down, Huntley went 8 of 12 for 88 yards and added 31 yards rushing.

Denver Broncos running back Mike Boone fell to the ground after a 1-yard run in the second quarter of their clash against the Kansas City Chiefs. He was finally transported to the locker room. Boone would have suffered high ankle sprain which will likely sideline him for the rest of the season.

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