Dallas Goedert (lower body) is “gonna miss some time,” according to head coach Doug Pederson.
Pederson says they don’t yet have a timetable, but it sounds like a multi-week injury for the young tight end. While the Eagles could get Alshon Jeffery (foot) back soon, this Goedert’s absence will probably have the offense leaning more on Miles Sanders and Zach Ertz as they look to turn things around.
Chris Carson is dealing with a minor knee sprain.
NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero says the MRI confirmed that Carson’s ligaments are intact and he’s just dealing with a minor knee sprain. This is great news after it was a scary situation when Carson’s leg was twisted on a dirty play by Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill yesterday. The Seattle starting running back has a chance to be fine for this Sunday against the Dolphins.
Derek Watt (hamstring) is expected miss multiple games.
Watt has a Grade 2 hamstring pull, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. This doesn’t have a huge fantasy impact for James Conner and company, but it’s still notable. Watt’s absence will also hurt the Steelers on special teams.
Chris Carson leaves game with apparent leg injury.
Carson had his leg held after he was already down, and it was twisted awkwardly. Carson was immediately in obvious pain and held the knee area before going to the sideline and into the medical tent. Hopefully this isn’t yet another long-term injury to a starting running back, but more information should become available tonight and/or tomorrow.
Chris Godwin (hamstring) has officially been ruled out for the rest of today.
Godwin was down on the field for a bit and then limped gingerly to the sideline and then to the locker room, and—while the Buccaneers are up three possessions in the fourth quarter—it’s not a great sign that Godwin has immediately been ruled out. Godwin missed the end of last season with a hamstring injury, so he could be facing a multi-game absence depending on the severity of the injury. Before leaving today’s game, Godwin had five receptions for 64 yards and a touchdown against the Broncos.
Davante Adams (hamstring) is officially inactive for Sunday night.
The Packers gave Adams the opportunity to participate in pregame warmups and show that he is near full strength, but they aren’t going to risk putting him out there for risk of worsening what’s deemed a “minor” hamstring injury this early in the season. Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Allen Lazard are both set for bigger roles with Adams out of the lineup, and Aaron Jones might be used more as a receiver for tonight’s Week 3 matchup in New Orleans.
Mike Williams (hamstring) is questionable to return for the Chargers.
This isn’t ideal for a Chargers team looking to make a comeback against the Panthers, but hopefully Williams is able to return to the field soon.
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