It was unfortunately a heavy week for concussions in the NFL. That will keep some big names sidelined in Week 11. Here's our day-after injury roundup.
2. The Philadelphia Eagles didn't announce Nick Foles as their starting quarterback for this week's match against the Washington Redskins just yet, but they may has well have. Eagles coach Andy Reid confirmed that Vick had a "significant" concussion and it looks like he'll be out at least a week.
3. San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was more optimistic about quarterback Alex Smith's status. He said Smith was "doing much better," which bodes well for his status for the big "Monday Night Football" game against the Chicago Bears.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered a right shoulder injury in the team's 16-13 overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Roethlisberger was initially diagnosed with a sprained shoulder, according to a team source, NFL.com and NFL Network's Albert Breer reported. The team is awaiting MRI results and should know more on Tuesday.
8. Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden remains in a walking boot. Fox Sports Insider and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer reported Sunday that McFadden would miss 2-4 weeks. That makes McFadden very questionable for Week 11's matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
11. Greg Jennings (groin) didn't practice Monday as the Green Bay Packers returned from their bye. He's expected to miss at least a week or two more of action, including Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. The Packers placed right tackle Bryan Bulaga (hip) on injured reserve.@greggrosenthal.