Here are the following injuries we are tracking following Sunday's action in the NFL:
Quinn also told reporters Devonta Freeman is dealing with another injury in addition to his shoulder injury, but saved details for Wednesday's injury report.
- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is dealing with injuries to his ankle and knee, coach Jason Garrett told reporters Monday. The injuries, however, are not considered significant and he's considered day to day.
Defensive lineman Brian Price will undergo knee surgery Tuesday and is headed to injured reserve, per Garrett. Left tackle Tyron Smith suffered a groin injury vs. the Chiefs, Garrett added.
- Denver Broncos rookies tight end Jake Butt (knee) and quarterback Chad Kelly (knee/wrist) will both go on injured reserve.
- Green Bay Packers offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga injured his left knee during the fourth quarter of Monday's game against the Lions and was eventually carted off to the locker room after limping under assistance to the sideline. Coach Mike McCarthy said team doctors are "very concerned" about the injury, but he did not have specifics about the nature of the injury. Safety Morgan Burnett left for the locker room during the third quarter after suffering a groin injury. Tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder) was ruled out before the game and guardLane Taylor (ankle) was active, giving Green Bay a fully healthy starting offensive line.
Offensive tackle Joe Thomas also shared an update on his rehabilitation from a season-ending torn triceps: