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Sunday Injury Report - Divisional Week
Philip Gentles
January 11, 2009
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This is a brief recap of the injuries occurring during the weekend's games. A complete detailed injury report will be published on Tuesday.

Todd Heap, TE, BAL – Lower Back Stiffness

Heap left Saturday’s game after aggravating his lower back injury. The severity of the injury and his status for the AFC Championship game is currently unknown.

Chris Johnson, RB, TEN – Sprained Ankle

Johnson reportedly sprained his ankle in the second quarter and he had to leave the game. He tried returning but he could not put any weight on his leg. The severity of the injury is currently unknown but he should be completely recovered in time for OTA’s.

Landon Johnson, LB, CAR – Strained Hip and Groin

Johnson spent the night in hospital after straining his hip and groin muscles on Saturday. Head coach John Fox said that he did not tear any of his muscles, but he was in significant pain that required hospitalization. The severity of his injuries remains in question.

LeRon McClain, RB, BAL – Undisclosed Ankle Injury

McClain injured his ankle in the second quarter on Saturday and he was in and out of the lineup for the remainder of the game. The severity of the injury and his status for the AFC Championship game is currently unknown.

Samari Rolle, DB, BAL – Strained Groin

Rolle pulled his groin during Saturday’s game. The severity of the injury and his status for the AFC Championship game is currently unknown.

Terrell Suggs, DL, BAL – Sprained Shoulder

Suggs left Saturday’s game after spraining his shoulder. The severity of the injury and his status for the AFC Championship game is currently unknown.

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