NFL Week 2 track tracker: the latest on Saquon Barkley, Christian McCaffrey, Courtland Sutton, and more

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The second week of the regular season 2020 saw a slew of injuries in the league. Many of the game’s biggest stars on both sides of the ball face the prospect of losing far more than just Sunday’s game.

In this space, we will provide updates for every serious injury.

  • The 49ers Injuries still haunted her early in the season. They’ve seen a number of stars mess up their rivalry with Planes, Including hasty scrolling Nick Bossa And Solomon Thomas. they Both were taken off the field Just moments from each other. Bossa was holding his left knee while hauling off the field, as was Thomas. After the match, coach Kyle Shanahan indicated that Bossa may have tore up the AFC Champions League. As for Thomas, ESPN Reports More tests are needed on Monday but there are concerns that this is dangerous. at the same time Jimmy Garoppolo (Ankle) did not play in the second half and Nick Mullins He was in the center. This will likely remain the case as Garoppolo deals with a sprained ankle, says Shanahan. Running back Raheem Mostert (The knee) I left the game too.
  • Arguably the biggest name dropped due to infection to date is Giants A star running back I’ll be Barclay. Barclay injured his knee and underwent an X-ray. The Giants revealed that Barclay tore up the AFC Champions League and will miss the season. Barclay wasn’t the only giant to come down in this game as a receiver Sterling Shepherd He was also ruled out due to a toe injury.
  • First-round rookie Justin Herbert started the match under the Chargers, after veteran midfielder Terod Taylor. He sat outside Because of a chest injury he suffered before the match. Taylor is now listed as “week to week”. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said the team will return to Taylor at first once he’s in good health to do so.
  • Leopards running backwards Christian McCaffrey has been listed as dubious for a comeback in the Carolina loss to Bucks due to a hamstring injury, but it is now expected that he will. Miss more than a month with what is described as an ankle injury. Matt Rolle said I can’t talk to McCaffrey’s potential Reserve the wounded, which will insure him for at least three weeks.
  • Ponies A broad future Paris Campbell He was taken off the field In the first quarter of Indy’s match with Vikings. Colts Inside Jim Aiello reports Campbell suffered an MCL injury. Aiello added that there is a “low%” chance Campbell will return this season. Indy has also lost his safety Malik Hooker Because Achilles was injured. He did not return, and it was reported on Monday that he had a torn anterior cruciate ligament and would be missing for the 2020 season, Per NFL network.
  • At Green Bay, superstar Davante Adams suffered a hamstring injury that required further auditions on Monday.
  • Rams The rookie is running back Cam Akers (Ribs) came out for the rest of the match against the EaglesTest results are pending.
  • Bronco Quarterback Drew Locke is being He was disqualified for the remainder of the Denver match With th Steelers After suffering an injury to his right shoulder, he was forced into the locker room. Hit with 7:42 left in the first quarter. Denver also lost No. 1 player on the scale, Cortland Sutton (knee / leg spasm) for the remainder of the match. Sutton is said to have torn his knee in and out for a year, According to Mike Claes from 9 News in Denveys. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network It was reported that Sutton suffered a torn ACL.
  • The Dolphins“ The corner is expensive Byron Jones He suffered a thigh injury in a match with Miami Invoices And he was excluded, It is also doubtful that you will play in the third week.
  • Originally listed as questionable for a comeback, the Vikings demoted the line-back Anthony Barr To exit due to a shoulder injury. Running back Mike Boone (Concussion) He was outside, too.
  • The New York Jets disqualified the recipient Preshad Berryman For the rest of the afternoon due to an ankle injury. Berryman twisted his ankle and considered “a week to a week”, According to ESPN’s Adam Shifter.
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More on these injuries as the news evolves.

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