NFL Injury Report
BY Associated Press
Monday, December 03, 2012
12/03/12 at 3:24 AM
Undermanned Chicago was hit with more injuries Sunday in a loss to Seattle, including to star linebacker Brian Urlacher
Urlacher injured a hamstring in the 23-17 defeat. Cornerback Tim Jennings (shoulder) also was hurt on the Seahawks' winning drive, after receiver Earl Bennett (concussion) and safety Chris Conte (illness) left earlier in the game.
Former OU standout and Lions rookie receiver Ryan Broyles appeared to injure his right knee midway through the first quarter against Indianapolis. Broyles tore a ligament while he was a senior at Oklahoma, but that was in his left knee.
Dolphins left tackle Jake Long hurt his left triceps against New England. Long, the top overall pick in the 2008 draft, stood on the sideline in the second quarter with a bag of ice on his arm and didn't return.
X-rays were taken, but the team didn't release the results.
49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder) did not return after getting hurt in the fourth quarter at St. Louis.
Already injury-depleted, Green Bay lost receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring) and offensive lineman T.J. Lang (ankle).
Houston cornerback Brice McCain, starting with Johnathan Joseph out, hurt his left foot in the first half. Tight end Garrett Graham suffered a head injury.
Jets tight end Dustin Keller left against the Cardinals with an injured left ankle.
New York kick returner-running back Joe McKnight injured his ribs in the third quarter and didn't return.
Colts offensive lineman Joe Reitz left in the first quarter with a suspected concussion.
Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers and safety Abe Elam were sidelined against Carolina. Elam left with a left leg injury and Flowers hobbled to the sideline with a hamstring injury after making a tackle late in the first quarter.
Panthers linebacker James Anderson left with an eye injury.
Already down starter Maurice Jones-Drew (left foot) and backup Jalen Parmele (groin), the Jaguars lost running back Rashad Jennings, who sustained a concussion in the second quarter against Buffalo. Then their leading receiver, Cecil Shorts III, sustained a concussion in the fourth quarter.
Pittsburgh cornerback Ike Taylor hurt his right ankle in the first quarter at Baltimore and coach Mike Tomlin said FB Will Johnson "probably has a concussion."
Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard left against Tampa Bay with an ankle injury.
Bengals rookie CB Dre Kirkpatrick sustained a concussion in the fourth quarter at San Diego. Chargers right tackle Jeromey Clary had a knee injury.