Here are the injuries we're monitoring on the sixth Sunday of the 2018 NFL season:
- Baltimore Ravens guard Alex Lewis underwent a CT scan at a local hospital and is being released after suffering a neck injury, the team announced. He will travel back to Baltimore with the team Sunday and undergo more tests Monday. Lewis was carted off the field during the Ravens' victory against the Tennessee Titans but had movement in all of his extremities.
"Our prayers are with Alex and his family," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "And I would say this: so far, so good. There's a lot of optimism."
- Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden told reporters he thinks quarterback Derek Carr is "going to be OK" and that he wanted to return after suffering a left shoulder injury late in the Raiders' loss to the Seattle Seahawks. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Carr's injury is likely not serious and he might not miss a game since the Raiders are on bye next week.
Raiders wide receivers Amari Cooper and Seth Roberts were ruled out after suffering concussions. Guard Jon Feliciano suffered a ribs injury and did not return.
- Cardinals guard Mike Iupati suffered a back injury and did not return. Guard Justin Pugh (hand) and tackle Jeremy Vujnovich (hamstring) also exited early.
- Kansas City Chiefs center Mitch Morse suffered a concussion in the second quarter and did not return.