A quick look at the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 15:
» The Bears announced WR Johnny Knox will undergo surgery Monday to stabilize a vertebrae in his back following his injury against the Seahawks. Bears coach Lovie Smith confirmed Knox was hospitalized and said the third-year pro has full movement in his body. The Bearsalso lost FS Chris Conte (foot).
» Injuries at offensive tackle continue to plague the Packers. Mike McCarthy confirmed rookie OT Derek Sherrod is done for the season with a right leg injury, but the coach didn't have a good feel on the left knee injury sustained by RT Bryan Bulaga. Packersnews.com reported Bulaga will have an MRI exam Monday.
» Jets coach Rex Ryan said he wasn't certain of the extent of the neck injury to QB Mark Sanchez, who didn't believe he would undergo tests and said he was fine, per The Star-Ledger. Jets LG Matt Slauson (ribs), RB Shonn Greene (finger) and RB Joe McKnight (shoulder) all had postgame X-rays, according to The Star-Ledger, but said they checked out fine.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.