This is a brief recap of the injuries occurring during Sunday's games. A complete in-depth injury report will be published on Tuesday.
Deon Butler, WR, SEA – Fractured Leg
Butler left Sunday’s game with a fractured leg. The injury appeared to be serious and according to reports the Seahawks don’t expect him to play again this season.
Jason Campbell, QB, OAK – Stinger
Campbell left Sunday’s game after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit in the second half. He was briefly replaced by Kyle Boller but he was cleared to return and finish the game. According to reports he suffered a stinger, but the injury is not considered serious.
Lee Evans, WR, BUF – Undisclosed Ankle Injury
Evans hurt his ankle while blocking in the first half on Sunday and he was unable to finish the game. Head coach Chan Gailey has already told reporters that Evans will definitely miss “one or two games” and he indicated that Evans could be out for the remainder of the season.
Shonn Green, RB, NYJ – Undisclosed Injury
Green left Sunday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return. The nature and severity of the injury are currently unknown.
Chris Ivory, RB, NO – Strained Hamstring
Ivory left Sunday’s game after pulling his hamstring in the second quarter and he did not return. The severity of the injury and his status for Week 15 are unknown.
Courtney Roby, WR, NO – Undisclosed Head/Neck Injury
Roby was carted off the field in the second quarter with a possible head and/or neck injury. According to reports he was able to move his arms and legs while being examined on the field, but he was secured to a spine board and carted off the field as a precaution. The severity of the injury is unknown but he was sent to the hospital for testing and we should know more about his status tomorrow.
Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB – Concussion
Rodgers left Sunday’s game in the second quarter with a concussion. The severity of the injury is unknown, however this is his second concussion of the season and he will probably miss at least a week. He is scheduled to undergo neurological testing on Monday and Tuesday.
Beanie Wells, RB, ARI – Stomach Flu
Wells was unable to finish Sunday’s game because he was suffering from the stomach flu. His status for Week 15 is currently unknown.